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revocation

A cancellation of a power or authority,such as a power of attorney or an agency.
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According to data obtained from technology performance expert Compuware, Entrust's average response time for checking the revocation status of SSL certificates is 68 percent faster than the average of other leading certification authorities (CA).
The revocation of the regional strategies - which aimed to provide a blueprint for future development across various regions of the country - resulted in a number of cases in the courts which led to the strategies' reinstatement.
At a revocation hearing last month, the board voted 2-1 not to revoke the food permit.
Of particular concern to the single justice was her view that, as to some of the individual allegations deemed proved, license revocation was not warranted.
An analysis of the purposes and policy of sentencing and punishment--deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation, and retribution--has yet to be applied to the parole revocation context* Incarceration as a result of a parole violation is not understood as a form of punishment in and of itself, or even as a sentencing enhancement.
Summary: Adds members granted disciplinary revocation to the list of former members who must report their employment by an authorized business entity.
In a 5-0 vote Tuesday night, the City Council voted to affirm the revocation of Smith & Thompson Pumping Co.
Prior guidance: The Service stressed that the notice does not cover every election or revocation created or affected by the AJCA.
Everson said as he announced revocation of charitable status for 41 credit-counselling organizations.
A prisoner filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus appealing the revocation of his control release supervision.
GAO reported in June 2003 that the visa revocation process needed to be strengthened as an antiterrorism tool and recommended that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in conjunction with the Departments of State (State) and Justice, develop specific policies and procedures to ensure that appropriate agencies are notified of revocations based on terrorism grounds and take proper actions.
A similar switch-to-switch concern applies to certificate revocation checking in an FCAP environment.