withdrawal 的近义词 26 个
withdrawal 的反义词 5 个
- The foundation categorized these withdrawals as having to do with “personal reasons,” and not at the request of the foundation.
- Reached for comment at the time, the foundation doubled down on the idea that these withdrawals reflected personal decisions, and had little to do with a push by the foundation itself.
- Johnson’s office said the proposed law creates a “safety net” and removes “ambiguities” in the text of the withdrawal agreement.
- That would be a “clear breach of substantive provisions” of the withdrawal agreement, according to the draft working paper prepared by the EU and circulated to member states.
- Again, this is a crucial element of the withdrawal agreement.
- The loss of this “expectation” game began his decline and ultimate withdrawal from the race.
- It announced a withdrawal from the French shore due to invincible enemy resistance.
- In fact, he said, it should give her caregivers all the more reason to consider withdrawal of life-sustaining fluids.
- The three main types of medication for opiate withdrawal and recovery are methadone, buphrenorphine, and naltrexone.
- Most of them remain chained to their smartphones, scrutinizing the market to alleviate deal-making withdrawal symptoms.
- By the second process, it is made to the advantage of the issuer of the notes to hasten their withdrawal himself.
- Madame had risen hastily, fear and defiance blending in her face, and she had at once commanded mademoiselle's withdrawal.
- There was such pathos in her meek withdrawal into that little north room, that Brodrick hadn't the heart to keep her in it.
- On Mr. Roebuck's withdrawal, Mr. Hume moved the postponement of the committal to that day six months.
- Indeed, other needs of the empire caused the withdrawal of the Fourteenth Legion about 67.