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n. 1) the change of a legal case from one court to another, as fr...
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1removal (of somebody/something) the act of taking someone or something away from a particular place Clearance of the site required the removal of a number of trees. the removal of a tumor Allegations [..]
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1590s; see remove (v.) + -al (2).
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the act of removing; "he had surgery for the removal of a malignancy" dismissal from office remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove someth [..]
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depletion
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extraction
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the act or process of removing : the fact of being removed
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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When shares are moved form one stock exchange to another for the purpose of trading, for example New Zealand to Australia. This is sometimes called a shunt.
Source: linkmarketservices.co.nz

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(n) the act of removing(n) dismissal from office
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amotio
Source: latin-dictionary.org

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Transfer of state case to federal court for trial.
Source: pacourts.us

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The transfer of a state case to federal court for trial.
Source: jec.unm.edu

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Change of location (venue) of a case on the grounds that a party cannot receive a fair and impartial trial in the jurisdiction in which the action is pending.
Source: courts.state.md.us

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An order by a court directing the transfer of a case to another court.
Source: americanbar.org

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The process by which a person was returned to their parish of settlement from another parish where they had become a charge on the poor rates.
Source: workhouses.org.uk

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The expulsion of an alien from the United States, based on grounds of either inadmissibility or deportability.
Source: fairus.org

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The expulsion of an alien from the United States. This expulsion may be based on grounds of inadmissibility or deportability.
Source: immihelp.com

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An administrative process used to remove people who have entered illegally, breached their conditions or remained in the UK beyond their permitted stay.
Source: veristat.co.uk

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Removal is a process whereby immigration officers enforce return from the UK to another country.  
Source: refugeecouncil.org.uk

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The expulsion of a person from the U.S. who is not a U.S. citizen. The more common term for this is “deportation.” The process often involves a hearing before an Immigration Judge who also may determi [..]
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Removal or administrative removal is one means of removing people from the UK when they have no leave to be in the country. The alternative process is deportation
Source: gherson.com

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The expulsion of an alien from the United States. This expulsion may be based on grounds of inadmissibility or deportability.
Source: immigrationsupport.com

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Removal is the expulsion of an alien from the United States. This expulsion may be based on grounds of inadmissibility or deportability. Asylum is a basic relief for removal.
Source: hooyou.com

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The expulsion of an alien from the United States. This expulsion may be based on grounds of inadmissibility or deportability.
Source: dhs.gov

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(formerly deportation) refers to a legal proceeding in a U.S. Immigration Court to decide whether or not an individual will be allowed to remain in the U.S. If an individual is found removable, he or she can then be forced to leave the U.S. Those who are removed or deported are barred from returning to the U.S. for at least five years unless a spec [..]
Source: immigrationlawgroup.org

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The expulsion of an alien from the United States. This expulsion may be based on grounds of inadmissibility or deportability. Required
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The formal name for deportation, the act of expelling a person from the US.
Source: usafis.org

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Any procedure in which Blood is withdrawn from a donor, a portion is separated and retained and the remainder is returned to the donor.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Removal of an implanted Therapeutic or prosthetic device.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Removal is a process by which particles are separated from a solid object with no mechanical action. It is also known as a physical chemical process. Distinctions are made between the following proces [..]
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The transfer of a civil action from state court to federal court.
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Removing property to protect it from loss. Most personal and commercial property forms cover damage to property at another location when it has been removed from the premises to protect it from loss b [..]
Source: calstate.edu

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The transfer of a state case to federal court for trial. In civil cases, because the parties are from different states.
Source: courts.countyofdane.com

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An order by a court directing the transfer of a case to another court. For example, when a case is proper for jurisdiction in federal court, the federal court may remove the case from the state court [..]
Source: utcourts.gov

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a case removed from the active caseload and no longer under the supervision of the probation department, or a case not removed but escalated to a more advanced level of supervision.
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Change of location (venue) of a case on the grounds that a party cannot receive a fair and impartial trial in the jurisdiction in which the action is pending.
Source: mdcourts.gov

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n. 1) the change of a legal case from one court to another based on a motion by one of the parties stating that the other jurisdiction is more appropriate for the case. 2) taking away the position of [..]
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The transfer of a state case to federal court for trial; in civil cases, because the parties are from different states; in criminal and some civil cases, because there is a significant possibility that there could not be a fair trial in state court.
Source: manateeclerk.com

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A case removed from an active caseload and no longer under the supervision of the probation department or a case not removed but escalated to a more advanced level of supervision.
Source: da.search.org

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Term used, often by players, to refer to a card or act designed to remove a minion from the battlefield. This can be done through numerical damage or destruction (see Destroy). --S-- Secret
Source: us.battle.net

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Involuntary separation of an employee from the Agency for such cause as will promote the efficiency of the Federal service (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapter 487).
Source: developmentwork.net

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The sequestration or absorption of GHG emissions from the atmosphere, which most typically occurs when CO2 is absorbed by biogenic materials during photosynthesis.
Source: empreintecarbonequebec.org

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The process of moving, or the fact of being removed. The relocation of a business etc. The dismissal of someone from office. (Ireland) A funeral ceremony involving prayers and meeting of the f [..]
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