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The South Koreans were stationed in Kurdistan before permanently withdrawn.
According to police, anyone who misrepresented a vehicle registration number which was permanently withdrawn would not be refunded any of the money that has been paid for it or any other costs incurred.
Trasylol was permanently withdrawn from the market after its use was found to be associated with increased mortality.
To date, our government has never permanently withdrawn from an international body --the UN, World Bank, IMF, NATO, etc.
The multi step SUDStm device serviced this $10m market until recently when the product was permanently withdrawn.
But the empty screen also serves as a visceral allegory of the fate implied by Jaar's texts: a future in which the capacity to bear witness to one's reality in the form of an image--and, by extension, to imagine a possible alternative to that reality--has been permanently withdrawn.
Thus, no disposition of the asset is necessary to claim a loss Instead, the taxpayer must show that - the asset was prematurely an permanently withdrawn from business use; and - the withdrawal was due to: 1.
British garrisons in Canada were permanently withdrawn by 1905.