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The festival was canceled, but I went anyway.
Space orders are due on or before closing date and may not be canceled by the advertiser after that date.
At the same time, headphones either canceled out noise or provided various levels of white noise.
Heaven has since been canceled out of this temporary misfortune and is said to exist far and away.
The country will lose timber revenues from logging concessions that will have to be canceled or scaled back.
The public outcry against the planned hunt was so intense that it was canceled.
He has since indicated that it will likely be canceled.
Such experiments could be never allowed to run and they should be canceled immediately.
They will cost double and be late, then be canceled while still paying full price for let contracts.
And since the dentist's voice wouldn't be canceled out, the patient could still follow instructions.
Other places the light waves canceled each other out leaving only darkness.
The scientists were driven away by angry residents, and the project was canceled.
Any such oscillations can also be canceled by an opposite movement of the anchor station.
Now imagine this actually leads to the health-care reform being canceled.
The point is that if the football season is canceled, for example, the price one paid for admission would be refunded.
Fellow graduate students who are on the job market tell stories of interviews being canceled and jobs being frozen.
If the position has been canceled, let the candidates know that right away.
But that performance has been canceled, along with all others for the foreseeable future.
School closures, canceled proms, and emergency rooms flooded with people panicking over run-of-the-mill coughs and sore throats.
Canceled projects and technological challenges postpone harnessing the power of waves and tides.
Half a dozen missions have been canceled, downsized or delayed.
Or, worse, turn out to be excellent and get canceled prematurely because of low sales.
The signing was reportedly canceled and the agreement thrown into jeopardy by the protests there.
Then her credit cards were canceled, her household authority undercut, and her personal accountant fired.
Therefore, my contract negotiations were often canceled or given little attention.
He did not turn up in court again a few weeks later due to an unspecified problem, and testimony was canceled.
Early the next morning, the press conference was abruptly canceled.
If you owe a debt to someone else and they cancel or forgive that debt, the canceled amount may be taxable.

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