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Synonyms for waiver
ˈweɪ vərwaiv·er

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  1. release, waiver, dischargenoun

    a formal written statement of relinquishment

    electric discharge, firing, outpouring, liberation, sack, spark, release, run, freeing, spill, sacking, electric arc, emission, tone ending, firing off, departure, venting, arc, dismissal, press release, expelling, outlet, expiration, button, loss, spillage, going, discharge, exit, handout, vent, dismission, acquittance, passing

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  1. David Noll:

    There are a lot of boxes you have to check in order to have an enforceable liability waiver, and the language they have added to their website is not enough.

  2. Stephen Miller:

    They have an obligation to share with the American people immediately without delay everything they know about how this individual entered the country whether it through a visa or the visa waiver program, what red flags existed, what criminal record existed, what prior immigration history if any existed…were there any errors, lies or misstatements on the application, what procedure he went through, because if someone with this kind of history can apparently get into the country with that degree of ease, somebody with an apparent history of extremism, and terrorist sympathies, then it indicates that all the guardrails when it comes to vetting are gone.

  3. Jim Jordan:

    This bill doesn’t fully repeal ObamaCare and that’s a problem … but it at least gives the states that option to get that waiver.

  4. Jason Rylander:

    We had hoped that this would be the time that The Supreme Court would take up the serious Constitutional issues surrounding this administration's waiver of environmental law to expedite construction of the border wall. It's unfortunate that they did not, but we believe that there continue to be serious issues.

  5. The Mamafesto:

    I think formula should be available and not in a way that you have to sign a waiver that you're aware you're giving your child formula if you need to.

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