How To Use Withhold In A Sentence

  • The board has decided to withhold part of their grant money from certain students.
  • An economic sanction means you withhold something that is your sovereign right.
  • INA amendments in 1965 established a family reunification system, which enabled braceros to sponsor (or withhold or withdraw sponsorship of) immediate family members.
  • [443] We could use the term partial defeater 'for defeaters that don't require withholding B but do require holding it less firmly. Warranted Christian Belief
  • A village postwoman has been branded a ‘nasty busy body’ for deliberately withholding mail from a resident who was an ‘outsider’.
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  • That meant withholding some of the farmers' irrigation water and sending it downriver - at least until the drought broke.
  • Something we were withholding made us weak, until we found it was ourselves. Robert Frost 
  • When contracting or sub-contracting is applied in the construction and installation business, the main contractor shall withhold and pay Business Tax on behalf of the sub-contractors.
  • The government is planning to withhold benefit payments from single mothers who refuse to name the father of their child.
  • She denied the government's request to withhold such information for another year.
  • Article 98 Voluntary payment of tax by a taxpayer and payment of tax withheld by a tax withholder as provided in this Act shall each be made with a paying-in-slip completed by the payer.
  • It was improper of the broker to withhold the information from the stock exchange.
  • And while Annie inflicts humiliation and degradation and withholds pain relief and food Paul is forced to write a new chapter every day simply to stay alive.
  • The Amendment only withholds federal judicial power in suits against the state by citizens of another state, or by citizens or subjects of any foreign state.
  • They're even threatening to withhold new drugs to Canada unless the government negotiates a price that is high enough to discourage reimportation.
  • During the trial, the prosecution was accused of withholding crucial evidence from the defence.
  • Threatening to withhold sacraments to punish people for their political leanings is upsetting to people in many different faiths. Bishop Raymond Burke Crosses Political Line
  • Furthermore, the tax evasion commitor consists of only the taxpayer, not the withholding agent.
  • He withholds information (the secret of Karna's birth, for instance) from other characters.
  • On his second day in office, President Obama repudiated George W. Bush’s obsessive and destructive secrecy by ordering his government to obey the Freedom of Information Act. He said it should not withhold documents because they are embarrassing, or reveal failures and errors, or “because of speculative or abstract fears. OpEdNews - Quicklink: NYT OP ED: Did They Miss the Memo?
  • Now if you wish to annex, and make the Palestinians citizens, this would cease to be a Jewish nation-state and you’d be offering Israel’s enemies the hallowed “one-state-of-Palestine-secular-and-democratic” that is: another Arab state like many others; if you wish to annex but to withhold citizenship from the Palestinians, you’d be making true the antisemitic lie of “zionist apartheid”; either way annexion is *not-gonna-happen*. Jewish Voice for Peace calls on Michael Moore to make his next film about US/Israel relationship | Jewschool
  • In the vast majority of cases the court would reach a clear view one way or the other whether the specified conditions for withholding bail were satisfied. Times, Sunday Times
  • In view of the uncertainty of the price movement, we deem it advisable to withhold offering.
  • Members of dysfunctional families tend to either withhold or not verbalize their feelings, wants, likes, and dislikes with each other.
  • A fourth mistake was the withholding of our wheat from world markets in 1929, with a view to forcing - one might as well be frank - higher prices, and the associated policy of cutting adrift from the established wheat trade selling agencies in Great Britain and elsewhere. Our National Task
  • It was unscrupulous of their lawyer to withhold evidence.
  • The lease-lend bill gives the President power to give or withhold aid when, to whom, and from whom he chooses. Anglo-American Responsibilities
  • Finally, an apparently valid consent may be vitiated if it is obtained by fraud, which includes cases where a professional deliberately withholds information in bad faith, or by misrepresenting the nature of the proposed care.
  • Her sister Vanessa egged her on to drive a hard bargain and advised her to withhold the story unless ‘money is paid beforehand’.
  • Harry Reasoner, the lead attorney for the insurers, said they were justified in withholding payment on several grounds.
  • As is customary in detective films, the film periodically withholds information, and indeed gives false clues in the form of misleading flashbacks.
  • I try to withhold all curiosities and concentrate on maintaining my composure.
  • This made them relatively easy prey for older party leaders who had patronage to give or withhold. THE GUARDSMEN
  • We do not publish anonymous letters, although we may withhold a writer's identify if it is justified.
  • Whether a doctor withholds material information or simply ignores a lack of consent, she betrays the patient's trust and thereby undermines his autonomy.
  • The father is withholding the allowance until the son cleans his room
  • Side effects included pancreatitis and shingles that resulted in discontinuation of 5-acetylsalicylic acid, leukopenia corrected by withholding 6-mercaptopurine and self-resolved hepatitis. IBD clinical studies: drug comparisons
  • Until effective power is devolved from supra-national and national decision-makers electors act rationally in withholding their vote in protest. Times, Sunday Times
  • Similarly, in Carhart II, what seems to matter is the sanction the state wants to withhold from a medical procedure that appears just awful. Balkinization
  • There are two common senses of this: (1) opposition to the spread of knowledge-a policy of withholding knowledge from the general public; and (2) a style (as in literature or art) characterized by deliberate vagueness or abstruseness. 'Daily Voting News' For August 08, 2008
  • Its 2004 acquisition of a bronze Greco-Roman there is debate over the actual date and origin statue of Apollo was intended to be included in a current Louvre exhibition of the work of sculptor Praxiteles, but the Greek government threatened to withhold all loans to the French museum if this particular work was included. Daniel Grant: Is It Possible to "Collect" Antiquities These Days?
  • The council says the withholding of poll tax payments and industrial action by treasury staff have made it difficult to collect money.
  • We see the logic behind withholding the names of very young offenders guilty of lesser crimes. The Sun
  • (And Louisiana was so governed for years after the purchase, with different tariff requirements from those of the United States, and without trial by jury in civil cases.) _Again, the United States may even_ (as in the case of Consular Courts) _withhold the right of trial by jury_. Problems of Expansion As Considered In Papers and Addresses
  • In view of the uncertainty of the price movement, we deem it advisable to withhold offering.
  • What about the patient who either withholds this information, does not know his or her health status, or might be incubating an infection without any signs or symptoms?
  • An employee may avoid the 20% withholding if the distribution is processed as a direct rollover to a Traditional IRA.
  • Harry Reasoner, the lead attorney for the insurers, said they were justified in withholding payment on several grounds.
  • How-ha grunted, and yielded up the obedience she could not withhold; though, as she went down the stairs to the door, in a tenebrous, glimmering way she wondered that the accident of white skin or swart made master or servant as the case might be. CHAPTER 19
  • Companies will be banned from withholding their numbers when they ring touting for business. The Sun
  • As I brooded over this strange tale of a daughter's devotion I watched the sea and sky for something that would give me a clue to the inevitable sequel that the tillicum, like all his race, was surely withholding until the opportune moment. Legends of Vancouver
  • If you overwithhold federal taxes, you'll get a big refund. 10 tasty tax tips for 2011 - Yahoo! Finance
  • This was a change in tack by the tax authorities, who had been arguing that Vodafone International -- a wholly owned unit of Vodafone Group PLC. -- was liable to be taxed as it had failed to withhold tax when it bought the 67% stake in Hutchison Essar from Hutchison Whampoa for $11.2 billion. India Court Defers Vodafone Hearing
  • The denying and withholding of common mercies is itself judgment enough, there needs no more to make a people miserable. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • The advice to withhold the results until that day was reportedly issued in a circular sent out earlier this month, the story said.
  • Most Americans overwithhold -- basically, giving Uncle Sam an interest-free loan -- but about a quarter end up owing money, sometimes with a 10% penalty on top. Last-Minute Tax Savings for 2010
  • And the official line, as well as school lessons and folk knowledge, all colluded with the withholding of information.
  • Also, I believe that choosing a condiment is a form of self-expression, and in the context of sandwich eating I express my inner longings through judicious application or withholding of mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup, and even barbecue sauce. The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Cakes and Cheese
  • The stanza continues the poem's play with the withholding of images.
  • Companies will be banned from withholding their numbers when they ring touting for business. The Sun
  • And that comes off as things like withholding your emotions from other people.
  • Words cannot express how emphatically this film withholds the pleasures of film-going.
  • He wants you to die, you smotherer of pleasure, you denier of life, you withholder of joy. Irish Blogs
  • Aggression turned outward often takes the forms of gossip, verbal abuse, or withholding affection or friendship.
  • Liberalism does not mean withholding criticism, judgement, or moral opprobrium.
  • The imagery and camerawork are almost painfully beautiful, while the disconnected narrative deliberately withholds closure.
  • During the trial, the prosecution was accused of withholding crucial evidence from the defence.
  • Felix's presumptuous action is barely less nettlesome than his withholding and patronizing behavior toward a teenage student who develops a crush on him.
  • Please withhold my name (to spare our blushes! Times, Sunday Times
  • If the president withholds his assent, the bill will be killed.
  • Inuit did have the concept of gluttony, but an Inuit glutton was instead marked by the tendency to withhold food from others.
  • If the person refuses to complete and return this form, you should apply backup withholding. Christianity Today
  • We do not publish anonymous letters, although we may withhold a writer's identify if it is justified.
  • One of the accused got off lightly in exchange for pleading guilty to withholding information from Congress.
  • If proceeds are accrued by the reduction (withdrawal) of investment on part of the foreign party, tax payment receipt on withholding income tax shall be presented.
  • Whoso withholds his daughter, [226] after having promised to give her [in marriage], shall be amerced, and shall reimburse all expenses incurred with interest. Hindu Law and Judicature from the Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya
  • We cannot enjoy peace of mind as long as we withhold self-compassion from you-know-who. Dr. Cara Barker: The Gift of This New Year
  • Unless we have solid evidence that the penitent is deceiving us, we are clearly not to withhold it.
  • But withholding comment only lets errant drivers avoid blame, which is almost invariably heaped upon the Government.
  • MCINTYRE: In the memo, Rumsfeld ruminated about, but stopped short of recommending, some radical ideas, which he called illustrative options, such as having U.S. troops only patrol where they are welcome and withholding aid from violent areas of Iraq, the kind of tough-love approach advocated by some of Rumsfeld's political adversaries. CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2006
  • A taxpayer or withholder may handle the tax filing or send the statement of the remitted and withheld or collected and remitted taxes by post or data message.
  • I have known tenants to withhold rent over similar issues, but this usually ends in unpleasant conflict. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the same day points-men and shunters at the Sri Lankan Railway Dematagoda work site suddenly walked out on strike on October 20 to protest the withholding of overtime pay.
  • You should also inform her of her rights in this area, including that she may withhold her consent. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gray notes that she may also feel worried, confused, exhausted, hopeless, passive, demanding, withholding, mistrustful, and/or disapproving.
  • I could withhold her, will she nill she, flyte she fling she. The Fair Maid of Perth
  • She tries to overwithhold all year long in order to ensure a larger refund; this year, it will be $1,600. Refund Madness: It's in the Air
  • I would rather withhold than uphold you unfold the gold foil on the threshold.
  • Mayor Tom Leppert argued in recent months that the tollway is the lynchpin for several billion dollars of related highway-improvement projects, and eliminating it could cause federal authorities to withhold funding for those projects. Dallas Voters Appear
  • Pharmacists are authorized to withhold dispensing of medications ordered via nonapproved abbreviations.
  • In the countryside peasants began organising to seize land and to withhold rent.
  • It's gutsy for the author to withhold the emotional satisfaction of closure in a drama fueled by such a fraught subject.
  • One of the accused got off lightly in exchange for pleading guilty to withholding information from Congress.
  • They are also angered at delays to carry out reviews of pay levels for work at unsocial hours and weekends and the withholding of additional payments.
  • If he did not withhold his love and mercy from us before we loved him, will he refuse us now?
  • Can we withhold rent and service charges until the management complies with the lease? Times, Sunday Times
  • Her revenge, on the other hand, is of a more passive-aggressive nature: she withholds her affections from him.
  • ‘When you withhold funds from enforcing a decision of the Supreme Court, you are in fact nullifying a decision of the Supreme Court,’ she told reporters.
  • She denied she was a strong-minded woman, but ‘if a word fitly spoken and in due season can be urged at a time like this, we should not withhold it.’
  • The board has decided to withhold part of their grant money from certain students.
  • We see the logic behind withholding the names of very young offenders guilty of lesser crimes. The Sun
  • I must admit to finding it strange that a Minister of the Crown should withhold from the police the names of the killers of 21 innocents and the maiming of hundreds more, that he should be happy for the killers to escape justice - and that seemingly everyone else is happy with this. Archive 2004-11-21
  • It may also encourage potential donors to withhold information that may result in their being excluded. Times, Sunday Times
  • But how much of a bearing does withholding truth have on that persons credibility, trust and integrity?
  • If he remains evasive and equivocal about this issue as he was the day before yesterday, people will believe he has lied and his voters will withhold their support for him.
  • It's OK to overpay your federal estimated tax (or to overwithhold). Don't Overestimate Your State Tax
  • Catholic tenant farmers are withholding rents from their Protestant landlords.
  • Healthcare professionals should not withhold information out of concern that it will upset or unnerve a patient.
  • Sales tax on revenues and employee withholdings may sit in your account temporarily but will ultimately be owed to the government.
  • To withhold religious liberty was out of the question.
  • The secret, whose purpose was to withhold from the Germans the knowledge that their codes had been broken and that Britain had early knowledge of German fleet movements, remained undisclosed until after the war. Castles of Steel
  • In general, if the payee is a foreign bank or other financial institution registered with the Ministry of Finance, the interest payments will be subject to withholding tax at the rate of 15% or 4.9% for residents of a tax treaty partner. Doing business in Mexico: general legal, business & entry issues
  • Her reason for withholding the balance is quite simple, she is objecting to a rise in council tax of nearly 18% last year.
  • In protest over the delay, Mr Smith began withholding rent in December, 1995.
  • It was no wonder the chatelaine had instructed the child to withhold the flask save the three times. Healing the Highlander
  • Attend to the demands of appetite, but use all your judgment in determining whether it is a natural, undepraved craving of the system which speaks, or an acquired and vicious taste, and give or withhold accordingly; and, above all, never eat when you have _no appetite_. How To Behave: A Pocket Manual Of Republican Etiquette, And Guide To Correct Personal Habits Embracing An Exposition Of The Principles Of Good Manners; Useful Hints On The Care Of The Person, Eating, Drinking, Exercise, Habits, Dress, Self-Culture, And Be
  • These same considerations apply to ministers who have elected voluntary withholding of their taxes. Christianity Today
  • He got five years in prison for withholding evidence and obstructing the course of justice.
  • This is also true when they withhold, altogether, stories they know to be newsworthy and of public interest.
  • An emissary upon the business of the community shall deliver up whatever he has received [on their account]: if he fail to deliver voluntarily, he shall be amerced eleven times the value [of what he withholds]. Hindu Law and Judicature from the Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya
  • The parents' civil-rights complaint also alleges discrimination in other sports and outlined problems ranging from inconsistent discipline to withholding opportunities.
  • The moral standing of our fellow creatures may be humble, but it is absolute and not something within our power to confer or withhold.
  • But "any time we threaten our partners by withholding sex or love whether we're male or female, we take the relationship in a negative direction.
  • It's one thing to release facts on a need-to-know basis; it's another to withhold information just for the sake of it.
  • One of the accused got off lightly in exchange for pleading guilty to withholding information from Congress.
  • If I’m following this–apologies for any redundancies–Woodward lies in order to compromise Pincus’ testimony, forcing Fitzgerald to withhold an indictment of…anyone Pincus may have incriminated aka his source. Firedoglake » Is Woody Out?
  • Often withholding judgment because confirmation is not available is the height of foolishness. Critical Thinking Exercise: Bad Design
  • Thus age should not be the sole criterion for withholding aggressive treatment of community-acquired pneumonia in older patients.
  • Physicians and hospitals unwilling or unable to provide - or withhold - care according to a patient or his designee's instructions can choose to stop treatment.
  • How-ha grunted, and yielded up the obedience she could not withhold; though, as she went down the stairs to the door, in a tenebrous, glimmering way she wondered that the accident of white skin or swart made master or servant as the case might be. CHAPTER 19
  • During the trial, the prosecution was accused of withholding crucial evidence from the defence.
  • (In the latter case, the political calculation was made to simply ignore the flip flop and state forthrightly that the Senate had voted for withholding, letting the understandably upset folks complain without engaging their argument: least said, soonest mended.) Matthew Yglesias » Strange Tales of Congressional Procedure
  • If the person refuses to complete and return this form, you should apply backup withholding. Christianity Today
  • Side effects included pancreatitis and shingles that resulted in discontinuation of 5-acetylsalicylic acid, leukopenia corrected by withholding 6-mercaptopurine and self-resolved hepatitis. IBD clinical studies: drug comparisons
  • The council says the withholding of poll tax payments and industrial action by treasury staff have made it difficult to collect money.
  • In the morning sow thy seed upon the objects of charity that offer themselves early, and in the evening do not withhold thy hand, under pretence that thou art weary; as thou hast opportunity, be doing good, some way or other, all the day long, as the husbandman follows his seedness from morning till night. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)
  • Some people accused of us of withholding medication so that the epileptic boxer dog featured in the film would have seizures on cue for the camera. Times, Sunday Times
  • May 14th, 2010 at 2: 49 pm fifth monarchy man: Often withholding judgment because confirmation is not available is the height of foolishness. Critical Thinking Exercise: Bad Design
  • It was improper of the broker to withhold the information from the stock exchange.
  • The board has decided to withhold part of their grant money from certain students.
  • Though Declan had become an expert at torture, the immortals were astonishingly closemouthed, even withholding information about their natural enemies. Dreams of a Dark Warrior
  • Where goat milk or milk products are used for human consumption, milk-withholding periods for different drugs should be observed.
  • It is impossible to withhold admiration for his series.
  • Elliott Abrams later pleaded guilty to withholding information from Congress.
  • Justice Minister Alan Shatter pledged to pass a new law making it an imprisonable crime to withhold knowledge of suspected child abuse as he published the investigation into the Cloyne diocese in southwest Ireland. Ireland unveils new report on Catholic child abuse
  • Ohio horsemen seek to withhold simulcasts from in-state harness tracks.
  • Such "talking" would never be looked upon with disparagement if it were not allowed to stop "doing"; which it never would, if assemblies knew and acknowledged that talking and discussion are their proper business, while _doing_, as the result of discussion, is the task not of a miscellaneous body, but of individuals specially trained to it; that the fit office of an assembly is to see that those individuals are honestly and intelligently chosen, and to interfere no further with them, except by unlimited latitude of suggestion and criticism, and by applying or withholding the final seal of national assent. Considerations on Representative Government
  • The government is planning to withhold benefit payments from single mothers who refuse to name the father of their child.
  • Here the technique of under-describing, withholding, comes startlingly to the fore, that other great technique for communicating balefulness. Mieville on Tolkein
  • Christopher snickered, just barely withholding it from the full laugh, and Paul smirked.
  • His officials threatened to withhold future financial aid, or even to freeze existing programmes.
  • The petitions had accused Biya of adding names to voter registration lists, setting up fake polling stations and withholding ballot papers.
  • I think what you're trying to describe here is the way that the films withhold access to an interiority that often functions to explain a character's behaviour.
  • What is so strange about Britain - so particular, so fearful, so other-worldly - that she should decide to withhold her unique wisdom from the [European] enterprise?
  • The council says the withholding of poll tax payments and industrial action by treasury staff have made it difficult to collect money.
  • You can get penalized when you overwithhold against your state tax liability. Don't Overestimate Your State Tax
  • I have a few quibbles with it but will withhold carping until all three chapters have appeared.
  • The defence accused the prosecution of withholding crucial evidence.
  • Some countries deduct withholding tax of more than 30 per cent. Times, Sunday Times
  • The lecturers, who were seeking a 3.25 percent increase, had been withholding grades and were threatening rolling strikes while their dispute remained unsettled.
  • The United States seemed to be withholding its signature to achieve increased bargaining power.
  • The choice in Britain is therefore between withholding all chemoprophylaxis and using a rapid screening test.
  • They are secretive and withhold information not only from the rest of the world, but even from their own organizations.
  • It should be noted that the landlord has no right to consent or withhold consent to the assignment itself.
  • The great subtlety of the story lies in its withholding of an answer to these questions. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
  • The bank may try to withhold up to half of it. Times, Sunday Times
  • We do not publish anonymous letters, although we may withhold a writer's identify if it is justified.
  • There is no justifiable reason for withholding this information but you can imagine why they do. Times, Sunday Times
  • He teases the astrophysicists with his advanced technology then withholds the information because he deems us unworthy, then backhandedly compliments our biodiversity.
  • While the speech was breathtaking and inspirational, withholding such information in this manner is the same, in my opionion, as lying. Steve Jobs' health was none of our business, unless he lied
  • It was an act of desperate frustration with a public he saw as wrongly withholding its affections.
  • It is "Statis" in MS.G. [852] Vautr.edit. reads, "have violently intermitted withtaken, and yet withholdes the irones of our counsell house:" see subsequent note. The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)
  • As guardians of the wards over which they were appointed, the manitous could withhold from hunters permission or opportunity to kill.
  • Do I give and withhold love according to my moods or is it constant regardless of the ups and downs of life?
  • The selfish man suffers more from his selfishness than he from whom that selfishness withholds some important benefit. Ralph Waldo Emerson 
  • We have modified the recently completed St Jude protocol to withhold systemic antimetabolites during radiotherapy.
  • You should also inform her of her rights in this area, including that she may withhold her consent. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Commissions of Inquiry Act was to be amended to prevent the withholding of vital information.
  • U.S. prosecutors were chided by a federal judge on Thursday for withholding information from six former Wall Street brokers and traders who were convicted last year in a scheme to misuse brokerage-firm "squawk" boxes. Judge Faults Prosecutors in 'Squawk Box' Case
  • There is clear evidence at this point that the Conservative government has colluded with witnesses before the parliamentary committee looking at allegations of torture in Afghanistan, by furnishing them with crucial documents that it continues to withhold from the committee. Archive 2009-11-01
  • And as you've learned, if you withhold from a woman something she deeply desires, then she'll surely find a way to withhold something that you desire. Women Take Strong Lead In New HBO Gangster Epic
  • You have the right to withhold your custom if you so wish.
  • I have known tenants to withhold rent over similar issues, but this usually ends in unpleasant conflict. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, as I have written elsewhere, artificially limiting premium growth allows the government to curtail spending while leaving the dirty work of withholding medical care to private insurers: “Premium caps, which Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick is currently threatening to impose, force private insurers to manage care more tightly — i.e., to deny coverage for more services.” Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Why Obamacare 2.0 is Like Cap-and-Trade
  • Mr. Blankenship says he believes MSHA forced the company to use an inferior plan to ventilate methane from the mine, based on past disagreements between the company and the agency, and says MSHA has an incentive to withhold information. Disaster Probe Frustrates Miners, Families
  • It is all but impossible not to wish to stand well with your waiter: I have myself been often treated with conspicuous rudeness by the tribe, yet I have never been able to withhold the 'douceur' that marked me for a gentleman in their eyes, and entitled me to their dishonorable esteem. Complete March Family Trilogy
  • For an intelligent and sensitive child, merely withholding praise and approval can be powerful negative reinforcers that are much more effective than angry words and harsh language.
  • Please withhold my name (to spare our blushes! Times, Sunday Times
  • If he considered it bad policy, and a crime which cannot escape Divine indignation, to withhold from a fellow-being his native rights, and we think him entitled to our praise for his consistent and conscientious adherence to that belief, we shall praise him most effectually by making it the basis of The Assassinated President
  • The test of his life will be how dextrously and how ethically he is able both to make and withhold the kinds of concession that might bring him the presidency.
  • An absolute prohibition against assignment is less popular than a qualified prohibition which requires a landlord not to withhold consent unreasonably.
  • The passionate outcry in the middle of this poem is reminiscent of Sep. Sep's God withholds his love from man.
  • Simultaneously, the withholding tax agent is allowed to deduct the publication fee and donation as according to the calculation method of advertising fee.
  • It was improper of the broker to withhold the information from the stock exchange.
  • Washington-based tax expert Ken Klies predicts that once Congress acts, the IRS quickly will rejigger the withholding tables so taxpayers recover the earlier higher withholdings. Bush Tax Cuts' Future Up To Obama
  • The decision was taken to withhold all advertising from the main broadsheet news pages of the paper.
  • Moreover, Shyamalan seems to be too fond of withholding information from the audience.
  • Businesses also need to provide workers' compensation insurance and comply with all laws requiring withholding and payment of payroll taxes.
  • The government's withholding of information, for example about the arms deal and self-interested involvement in it, and the requirement of political correctness in public debate, however, stultify democracy.
  • Neglect can take the form of ignoring or not seeing another's humanness, withholding care, nurturing and attention or a shutting down of the relational behaviors that reflect attunement and connection. Dr. Tian Dayton: Relationship Dynamics Within the Addicted/Traumatized Family System

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