Temporarily in a sentence | Use of the word temporarily examples

In both instances, people are required to delete the Tweet(s) in question and are temporarily locked out of their accounts.

“The economy is strong, but only because it is being temporarily juiced up by deficit-financed tax cuts and increases in government spending.

Unpairing it (or turning off Bluetooth temporarily while the Switch is in use) is enough to switch the Joy-Con from work back to play.

The accident was also a blow to the entire autonomous vehicle industry and led other companies to temporarily halt their testing.

I received flyers and AirDrop – very smart act.” Hundreds of police lined the route, temporarily closing some roads and diverting public transport.

About 284,000 workers were temporarily furloughed.

On Oct. 13, Congress temporarily postponed the debate and reopened the government until Oct. 31.

An agreement wasn’t reached, so it closed again until Nov. 9 when the government was once again temporarily reopened until Nov. 30.

He was sacked twice, and temporarily knocked out of the game by a pass rush that ranked 18th in sacks.

Missouri’s last remaining abortion clinic will stay open, at least temporarily.

When the temporarily alive Casper kisses Kat during their dance in “Casper.”

Their sweet kiss proved that not all first kisses are awkward (even if one of you is a temporarily reanimated ghost).

Stripe may have given up on bitcoin as a payments method — at least temporarily — but it’s not giving up on cryptocurrencies more broadly.

Some U.S. border crossings closed temporarily as a result of the protests elsewhere.

The lone run was Franmil Reyes’ 25th homer of the season leading off the second inning that temporarily reduced the Giants’ lead to 2-1.

In Language of the Birds, his spirit is temporarily resurrected in New York City, like a phantom conjured through a magic circle.

While foreign journalists are occasionally harassed or temporarily detained, domestic media operate under strict government controls.

Its earnings numbers, which were poor, leaked early and the stock tanked, causing Wall Street to temporarily halt trading.

That number includes people who couldn’t work because employers temporarily shut down operations during the walkouts.

The magazine was temporarily banned by the government after the 1980 military coup and never recovered.

Then he lifted the ban, but only temporarily.

Kyl was appointed on Tuesday by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, also a Republican, to temporarily fill McCain’s seat.

Recently, however, the museum temporarily closed to the public, and some of its collection is going to auction at Sotheby’s today through Friday.

Vacancies Reform Act, which lays out general rules for temporarily filling vacant executive branch positions.

After a USC investigation ended in Fenwick’s favor, Guerrero was temporarily suspended from teaching and working with doctoral students.

– Commercial flights over downtown Dallas where the violence occurred were temporarily banned, although airports remained open.

Finally, this is also not a case about the president underenforcing a law to temporarily smooth administrative implementation of it.

“This has relieved pressure temporarily,” U.S. Geological Survey geologist Michelle Coombs told a news conference in Hilo.

Ibiza Rocks’ license was temporarily suspended in September for failing to comply with San Antonio noise regulations.

Donald Trump ran for president promising to temporarily ban all Muslims from entering the country because they represented a danger to national security.

A school was also evacuated and a highway was temporarily closed.

A school was also evacuated and a highway was temporarily closed.

He said the area was temporarily closed to climbers because there were reports of landslides.

Here’s how it breaks down: 800,000 federal employees will either temporarily work without pay or be placed on leave.

After the NPS tweeted photos of Trump’s small inauguration crowd, he temporarily suspended its Twitter privileges.

This accident led to Clarke temporarily losing the feeling in his hand before undergoing rehabilitation.

For security reasons, traffic was interrupted along the boulevard that runs alongside the camp, and the Stalingrad metro station was temporarily closed.

For security reasons, traffic was interrupted along the boulevard that runs alongside the camp, and the Stalingrad metro station was temporarily closed.

But I temporarily forgot about that life, as the intense smell of grass and the sound of an approaching crowd filled the small space.

Earlier this week the National Park Service was temporarily banned after it retweeted images comparing Trump and Obama’s inaugurations.

After being temporarily shelved for a few months, the Anthony Davis trade talks are back on.

Though they are still keeping up the pressure with demonstrations and rallies, activists are temporarily holding their shutdown fire.

In response, Netanyahu temporarily closed the site and installed metal detectors without consulting Muslim authorities in charge of the site.

NXIVM’s homepage now includes a statement, posted sometime after May 14, that explains the group has at least temporarily shuttered operations.

NXIVM’s homepage now includes a statement, posted sometime after May 14, that explains the group has at least temporarily shuttered operations.

It also provided the procedures for passing presidential responsibilities temporarily to the vice president, as Reagan did with Vice President George H.W.

Two weeks ago, police searched Lula’s home in connection with Petrobras, and temporarily detained him.

Roads near the plant were temporarily closed, but have since re-opened.

Roads near the plant were temporarily closed, but have since re-opened.

The quake also temporarily halted express bullet train services in the region, with some roads also closed, according to NHK.

But the Fort Sill shelter was only used temporarily during the Obama administration.

In London, Uber is on probation after it was temporarily banned for flouting safety rules.

The Republican governor appoints a close ally with serious political liabilities to fill the seat temporarily, drawing a primary challenge from a right-wing firebrand.

The Republican governor appoints a close ally with serious political liabilities to fill the seat temporarily, drawing a primary challenge from a right-wing firebrand.

A judge ordered the White House to temporarily restore the press pass Friday while he weighed the case.

A judge ordered the White House to temporarily restore the press pass Friday while he weighed the case.

I temporarily unblocked my ex to send a link to the Instagram post advertising my nudes, and he never bothered me again after that.

The power hasn’t been used since the 1930s, and even then, Congress only used the power to detain people temporarily.

While these have sometimes temporarily calmed the situation, they have never brought anything approaching a lasting peace.

While these have sometimes temporarily calmed the situation, they have never brought anything approaching a lasting peace.

If the average global temperature temporarily exceeded 1.5C, additional carbon removal techniques would be required to return warming to below 1.5C by 2100.

Boente has also been temporarily serving as the acting assistant attorney general for the department’s National Security Division.

But the ketamine wiped that away temporarily, and he was able to look at himself as if he were looking at another person.

The location temporarily shut down on Monday for cleaning and reopened on Tuesday.

But requests often also are temporarily halted to fix typos and other formatting problems.

Twitter will need to show that its existing users are still growing in value in order to (temporarily) appease investor growth concerns.

Nye County temporarily suspended Hof’s license in February after he didn’t produce permits for renovations to the trailer homes where sex workers work.

Nye County temporarily suspended Hof’s license in February after he didn’t produce permits for renovations to the trailer homes where sex workers work.

As the sole Republican on the CFTC, Giancarlo will at least temporarily run the commission where he is currently the minority member.

became physically connected, so that their health mirrors one another, Will’s survival becomes temporarily linked to the Mind Flayer’s existence.

Since 2015, UEFA’s control body has temporarily banned three smaller clubs for breaching its Financial Fair Play rules by reporting sizeable losses.

Campaigning was temporarily halted last week after the murder of pro-EU Labour party lawmaker Jo Cox.

Police temporarily detained some workers of the party.

H-1B visas allow employers to temporarily hire non-U.S. born workers to take highly skilled positions at U.S. companies.

It was seen as incitement; he was temporarily banned from entering Britain after it aired.

An injunction would temporarily restrain employees from boycotting or picketing.

In June, a mother in Mississippi said her 5-year-old daughter was temporarily paralyzed by a tick bite.

A woman went temporarily blind after swimming in her contact lenses.

In September, the Today Show reported on a woman named Stacey Peoples, who went temporarily blind after a parasite infected her eye.

It’s the Trump administration’s second attempt at the controversial ban, which was temporarily halted by a federal judge in February.

(Eleven more women have since come forward to accuse Keyes, and he has temporarily stepped down to defend himself full-time).

The order temporarily suspends the United States’ main refugee program and halts visas being issued to citizens of several predominantly Muslim countries, including Iraq.

Or, at least they plan on doing so temporarily, for this election season.

Jones was also temporarily suspended on Twitter.

He was unaware that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday temporarily halted trips by staff to interview applicants.

President Donald Trump’s personal Twitter account was temporarily removed on Thursday after a Twitter employee purposefully deactivated the account.

While these gates will likely temporarily stall flooding in the city, they will not protect Venice’s lagoon.

A high dose can put you in a “K-hole,” where you’re temporarily paralyzed and dissociated from your body.

China has since temporarily suspended the additional 25 percent tariff, reducing it to the 15 percent level.

Just temporarily, of course.

I’m in love with each of my interviewees, at least temporarily, and I hold them with care in this way.

Aramco said it had temporarily shut down the East-West pipeline, known as Petroline, to evaluate its condition.

Immigrants who applied for protection under the program — enrollment is not automatic — were at least temporarily shielded from deportation.

The same day, Lockheed Martin’s stock fell by 2 percent, temporarily wiping away an estimated $1.2 billion.

“Sometimes, friends lent us their own book collections to be temporarily available at the library.

Just from a business standpoint, it seems extremely bizarre to kill off such a popular character, even temporarily.

Elon Musk says he was temporarily blocked on Twitter because they thought he had been hacked after tweeting about Bitcoin.

Nahum Tevet’s premise is straightforward: What do you need to temporarily preserve and mount a drawing on the wall?

The premise is straightforward: What do you need to temporarily preserve and mount a drawing on the wall?

The crash, involving a twin-engine Cessna 310, temporarily shut down both directions of the 405 Freeway.

“They temporarily kicked the can (down the road) on Catalonia,” said Aaron Kohli, an interest rate strategist at BMO Capital Markets in New York.

Although power is fully restored, the system can easily falter because the damage caused by the hurricane was only temporarily fixed, instead of rebuilt.

Eventually, Twitter did suspend Jones and his Infowars accounts — but only temporarily.

Jones’ own Twitter account was temporarily suspended on Aug. 15.

Huawei said this week that it has been stockpiling chips ever since the U.S. administration temporarily blacklisted ZTE last May.

But 63 Cleveland cops were temporarily suspended, and now six cops have been fired altogether.

So when Rebecca temporarily gives up on Josh at the end of the first season, Paula is outraged and betrayed.

Ghosn has denied a separate breach of trust charge over personal investment losses he temporarily transferred to Nissan in 2008.

Even the sight of a spotless home—especially at the end of a long, stressful day—can temporarily seem to blunt whatever’s bothering them.

And at the end, all we have is a name to be remembered by temporarily.

The night begins with music, a sign that the period of mourning has temporarily ceased.

George, Amal, Rande and Cindy are only homeless in Cabo temporarily … they’re building an even more spectacular compound.

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The flash temporarily blinded the ghost, whose shocked, blinking retreat — bumping into the doorframe on its way out — Frank captured on film.

BRACKETS: Maintains current seven tax brackets, but temporarily changes most income levels and rates for each one.

PERSONAL EXEMPTION: temporarily eliminates the $4,050 individual personal exemption.

INDIVIDUAL ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX: Leaves the AMT in place but temporarily changes it by raising its exemptions and phase-outs.

MEDICAL EXPENSES: temporarily expands the deductibility of out-of-pocket medical expenses through 2019.

At various points, his head or a chunk of his torso might temporarily disappear while the rest of his body keeps moving.

I did try this cool mirror where it turned my hair blue temporarily, and I actually liked it, a lot.

Trump has asked Francis Collins, the current director of the National Institutes of Health, to stay on board temporarily.

More recently, the ruling was temporarily suspended, and the issue is far from being resolved.

That shift in vehicle mix has temporarily counteracted the efficiency improvements.)

(Check back in come July …) A strong quarter could distract from Cambridge Analytica, even if just temporarily.

In December, Congress temporarily funded the program through March (and back-paid funding from when the program expired).

As a result of the arrests, at least one bakery has been temporarily taken over by authorities for a 90-day period.

The government responded by temporarily cutting the country off from the internet.

The FBI urged people to reboot their devices to temporarily disrupt the malware and help identify infected devices.

You get all these new connections that temporarily are formed in the brain, new linkages while you’re on the drug.

France’s politicians have not yet responded to Ammar’s appeal for Jews to temporarily forego wearing the kippa.

China has also temporarily suspended export permits from two Canadian pork plants and boosted inspections of pork shipments.

The “waiting room” experience is apparently common among those who have (temporarily) died on Leda.

“Consolez Vous” has been temporarily housed in the Havana La Marca graffiti parlor since the end of Biennial.

When we temporarily suspend multiple accounts for this violation, the account owner can designate one account for reinstatement.”

Congress has also enacted a policy that temporarily blocks federal authorities from using taxpayer money to target people involved in state-legal medical marijuana enterprises.

If I look at them for more than a minute, I will get vertigo, vomit, and I might temporarily lose my vision.

Such a move might temporarily restore Bannon’s reputation as a key player in the White House.

Phil Bryant to temporarily succeed Cochran.

This month, two-thirds of Republicans said they agreed with Trump’s proposal to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the country.

These knee-jerk policies could temporarily put a lid on these tragic killings, but they can’t tackle their deep-rooted causes.

Canadian authorities can levy special duties on unfairly subsidized steel, or temporarily restrict imports during a sudden surge with a “safeguard action”.

The military police, which guards international borders, temporarily increased its presence at vital military locations and airports.

At the start of the year the Jungle was temporarily home to as many as 6,000 people.

But for the most part, the news seemed to be received and then quietly tucked away (or temporarily forgotten).

Both were subsequently released pending trial, though President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he did not respect the ruling that temporarily freed them.

He was temporarily sent to a nursing home, where his mental state declined further.

Certain books had brought me back to that place in adulthood, temporarily.

We take turns blowing soap through a woman-shaped pipe, bubbles landing on the torso to form, temporarily, her full abdomen.

On the campaign trail, Trump repeatedly said that he would temporarily ban all Muslims from entering the US.

According to the permit, the contractor will “temporarily convert one garage stall into an office with new bathroom.”

Most government programs would be temporarily extended until Jan. 19 at fiscal 2017 levels.

The governor even endorsed emergency regulations to temporarily expand who can move recreational marijuana.

The governor even endorsed emergency regulations to temporarily expand who can move recreational marijuana.

Duterte then declared the force a terror organization, and ordered the arrest of rebel leaders who had been temporarily freed for peace talks.

The group quickly shouted, “temporarily!”

Funding for the program, which provides coverage to almost 9 million low-income children, has been temporarily extended until March 31.

Whatever the case, Mystery Park had to close temporarily in 2006, before reopening with reduced hours and a new name (Jungfrau Park).

(It’s worth noting that Prohibition appeared to reduce alcohol consumption and some forms of alcohol-related deaths, at least temporarily.

Starbucks later settled with the men privately, and temporarily closed 8,000 U.S. stores for anti-bias training.

The crash temporarily shut all westbound lanes of I-80, State Police said.

People with conditions like asthma, epilepsy, or severe migraines might be temporarily incapacitated.

This week, a district court judge temporarily blocked the order.

This allowed her to temporarily keep spending high without growing the deficit, essentially hiding the true scope of the country’s debt problem.

That requires a majority vote and, if it happens, will force Rousseff to temporarily step down for up to six months.

So right now, we’re waiting to see if a majority of senators will vote to hear the charges and thus temporarily suspend Rousseff.

Early Thursday, Twitter temporarily suspended the account of actor Rose McGowan, who has become a major figure in the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal.

He also released an executive order in late January that temporarily banned refugees and immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.

While Bethesda ultimately reneged on its unpopular practices, further issues temporarily exposed the personal information of players entered into the company’s customer-service portal.

Though AQI was temporarily defeated by a US-backed Sunni uprising in 2009-’10, Fallujah’s radical spirit wasn’t quelled.

This salsa will simultaneously sear your mouth with its Szechuan peppercorn-like tingle and temporarily turn you into an uncontrollable eating machine—it is that addicting.

7:00 PM PST — A Federal judge just granted an emergency stay temporarily stopping Trump’s “Muslim ban.”

A year later the White House severed ties with Ailes, who temporarily retreated back into entertainment — theater this time.

That’s created a news environment that rewards politicians who are willing to temporarily stake their reputations in order to bait news networks.

The new embassy will be housed there temporarily, as the administration scouts out a permanent location.

The public naming of Maduro officials who may have secretly spoken with Guaidó’s side about a transition have temporarily ended their contact.

For now his staff are temporarily sharing one aging laptop.

But after being contacted by this reporter, Muslim Match went temporarily “down for maintenance” on Wednesday.

So Trump may have just temporarily deprived the US of a source of vital information at an extremely important point in time.

We’re pleased that Judge Persky won’t be handling criminal matters at least temporarily,” Dauber said, according to the Guardian.

Sure enough, they found a correlation: After the media coverage, the number of existing statin users who quit their therapy temporarily increased.

The level of concern expressed on Facebook was enough that the company’s automated system temporarily blocked sharing of some articles about the breach.

But outside the walls of the store, where freedom reigns, is the world they temporarily disrupted.

The Vancouver meeting, co-hosted by Canada and the United States, comes amid signs that tensions on the peninsula have eased, at least temporarily.

In late December and early January, the Iranian government temporarily banned Telegram and several social media sites during days of protest.

Does it make any sense at all for Jordan and Saudi Arabia to “temporarily unify?”

Lebanon’s Middle East Airlines, one of the few to fly directly over Syria, is rerouting those flights temporarily, a Beirut airport source said.

Police said on Sunday some roads would be closed temporarily and public transport would be diverted.

Borne said this effort temporarily hurt banks’ revenue, but institutions quickly found a way around it.

“They were told that their children would be temporarily taken care of, long enough for them to get back on their feet,” he explained.

ArcelorMittal Poland said in May it would temporarily halt its furnace and steel plant in Krakow due to rising power prices.

It also, at least temporarily, altered the trajectory of the Kavanaugh hearings, leaving him a toxic figure.

It hurt before, and after, but Dance Dance Revolution can temporarily replace the human nervous system.

All flights at London City Airport have been disrupted after protesters gained access to the runway, which has resulted in it being temporarily closed.

Some states have laws allowing police to temporarily seize guns from people reported to be dangerous.

The “red flag”-style law — which would temporarily seize firearms from people deemed a threat — also targets a breakdown ahead of a Parkland-style situation.

They succeeded, at least temporarily, hours before the designs’ release.

Four missile interceptors were “temporarily” installed alongside two others in operation since May.

H-1B visas allow companies to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations, such as science and engineering.

”Complete concentration that blanks out everything else temporarily relieves you from all conflicts.

Four missile interceptors were “temporarily” installed alongside two others in operation since May.

Officials said the area suffered liquefaction, when the shock of the quake temporarily destabilizes the soil.

“The Commission has made proposals on further reassurances that the backstop, if used, will apply temporarily,” Schinas said.

And so did the fact that he (temporarily) defeated Han Solo, the coolest guy in the series.

The Philadelphia Art Collective Space 1026 will temporarily close after 20 years in its location in Philadelphia’s Chinatown.

Internet hasn’t gone away, but the idea of making businesses on the internet has gone away temporarily.

It is also temporarily suspending a main display panel plant funded by Apple and closing one of the lines at another main panel plant.

She will be temporarily replaced by her deputy, Pranesh Anthapur, while the company searches for her replacement, according to the Journal.

But for the first time, I feel like virtual reality has allowed me to temporarily leave that society.

And she derides the “chemically-treated” shed communities that temporarily house a miniscule percentage of the homeless.

Trump temporarily waived the Jones Act, a 97-year-old law that makes it expensive to ship goods from the mainland to Puerto Rico.

Naloxone temporarily reverses the effects of opioids such as fentanyl, heroin, and prescription painkillers like OxyContin and Percocet.

This can temporarily reverse all the painkilling benefits of opioids, bringing back someone’s pain if they’re using opioids for those reasons.

The Stephen Foster statue will be moved temporarily to a private location while the city finds it a permanent home.

The family has temporarily taken shelter in an apartment belonging to the policeman’s brother, the brother said.

Indeed, considerable evidence suggests that an advertising advantage can move the polls toward a candidate, if only temporarily.

HollyFrontier said it temporarily shut operations at its 155,300-barrel-per-day (bpd) refinery in Tulsa, Oklahoma due to high water.

He also noted that social media has been temporarily banned in Sri Lanka.

WWE banned the piledriver, which is probably far safer, years ago, after a freak botch by Owen Hart left Steve Austin temporarily paralyzed.

In fact, the Trump administration temporarily expanded the H-2B program.

“The site is temporarily offline, we are working to bring it back up.

But when you were with him you could see things through his eyes; perhaps your vision became temporarily refreshed as your glass got refilled.

“As of noon on 22 January, all hiring actions have been temporarily halted pending further guidance from the Department of Defense.

Central to both reversals was John Gore, a Republican attorney who is temporarily overseeing the agency’s Civil Rights Division.

This happened even as U.S. crude production slipped last week, partly as offshore facilities closed temporarily for Hurricane Michael.

Chiang Mai temporarily becomes one of the most polluted cities in the world.

Escapism can be healthy and healing; it’s refreshing to vacate our consciousness and temporarily retreat into another reality, particularly when life gets stressful.

The Trump administration temporarily expanded this guest-worker program in 2017 while restricting other avenues of legal immigration, including the H-1B program for high-skilled workers.

The company said it’s prepared to keep stores open, but some temporarily closed because they didn’t have enough workers.

That number includes people who couldn’t work because employers temporarily shut down operations during the walkouts.

In fact, the Trump administration temporarily expanded the H-2B program.

Myanmar officials have said returnees will be moved to camps only temporarily while so-called “model villages” are constructed near their former homes.

We’re taught to think of ourselves as deficient and broken, to regard ourselves as inherently and permanently flawed rather than temporarily in pain.

One is that alcohol can dilate swollen blood vessels, which temporarily eases inflamed mucous membranes, making you feel less congested.

Pending an official police investigation, the club has agreed to temporarily suspend its operations.

“In response to this all of our programs across Afghanistan have been temporarily suspended and our offices are closed.

“In response to this all of our programs across Afghanistan have been temporarily suspended and our offices are closed.

Pending his deportation, Mohammed was released temporarily to Romero House, a refugee shelter in Toronto.

Pending his deportation, Mohammed was released temporarily to Romero House, a refugee shelter in Toronto.

It scored just 0.1 in this indicator, and around 22% of those in the workforce are only temporarily employed.

The Swiss measures could make volume swell on the SIX Swiss Exchange — Europe’s fourth-largest — at least temporarily.

The only problem … Ford retired from the NBA before he turned 30 — after serious neck injuries left him temporarily paralyzed.

When Planned Parenthood tried to temporarily rent space in a county building, the county denied the request.

Tens of thousands of residents were forced to flee, as schools closed and at least two hospitals in Sonoma County were temporarily shuttered.

As punishment, YouTube has “temporarily” suspended ads on Paul’s YouTube videos, which means Paul won’t make money from ads running before his videos.

Mulvaney also temporarily froze payouts to harmed consumers, only to reverse course following backlash.

The police department temporarily halted its bait car program after the incident but resumed it soon afterward.

Both ISIS and Boko Haram attempted to hold territory, and temporarily managed to grow stronger than most other terrorist groups in modern history.

Because it’s a happy occasion, the Catholic restrictions on eating and drinking during Lent are also temporarily restricted.

On this point, Basis’ FAQ states that the bonds’ timed incentive would allow Basis to “‘default’ transparently” and temporarily lose its peg.

Despite Dole succeeding temporarily on a few occasions, Deripaska’s visa woes persisted, and he reportedly enlisted Manafort to help.

When those children arrive in the U.S., they’re temporarily held — for no more than three days, under the law — in Border Patrol facilities.

The tire shop has temporarily closed.

The tire shop has temporarily closed.

Other self-driving car companies have also temporarily suspended their testing, including Toyota and nuTonomy, which is developing self-driving software.

City of Boston officials have also temporarily suspended testing.

Then there was another bill for a property tax abatement for owners that temporarily negotiate during these periods of time.

Bush ended up backing off and the program was temporarily suspended.

The new president, who took office on Jan. 20, went further by temporarily barring passport holders from those seven countries.

The system wasn’t ready, so the city temporarily began to tap Flint River in April 2014.

The new version still limits travel and temporarily bans refugees, but reportedly excludes Iraq and the extra restrictions against Syrian refugees.

At least temporarily.

Claims data could become volatile in the coming weeks as auto manufacturers temporarily shut down assembly plants for summer retooling.

As spotted by CrackBerry, a since-removed page — with the extension ” donotpublish.html,” no less — temporarily detailed a new “DTEK60” smartphone.

Attorneys arguing against the ban in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals — which temporarily stopped deportations nationwide — hinted at the same idea.

He (temporarily) banned refugees from six Muslim-majority countries.

Attorneys arguing against the ban in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals — which temporarily stopped deportations nationwide — hinted at the same idea.

Galvan is temporarily protected from deportation through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA.

On Friday Russian President Vladimir Putin has temporarily banned passenger flights from Russia to Georgia.

In other cases, tanning may temporarily alleviate their anxiety, which can also keep them coming back for more.

So on Thursday morning, Nunes bowed to the criticism and announced he’d temporarily step aside from the House investigation.

But during this process, he nearly lays waste to his house, the family domain with which he has been temporarily entrusted.

Instead of crushing the protests, the army withdrew its support from his regime and installed itself in his place, ostensibly temporarily.

BRACKETS: Maintains the current seven tax brackets, but temporarily changes most of the income levels and rates.

The shutdown, he argued, could provide some sort of relief to tenants, if only temporarily, and maybe slow the market’s stampede.

PERSONAL EXEMPTION: temporarily eliminates the $4,050 individual personal exemption.

It’s believed to be the first instance of overcoming quadriplegia with help from temporarily implanted brain-recording and brain-stimulating technologies.

After Hurricane Katrina, President George W. Bush temporarily suspended certain labor laws, allowing contractors to hire workers without checking their legal status.

Finally, in October 2016, housing managers moved the Martins out temporarily and replaced their windows.

Then mold spread in an upstairs closet, and repairs for that problem went ahead while Sackett and her girls temporarily relocated.

Bush also temporarily suspended the Davis-Bacon Act, which requires federal contractors to pay workers the average wages in the area.

The Department of Labor also temporarily lifted worksite safety enforcement actions against employers in hurricane-affected areas.

In March, after a series of embarrassing disavowals by the institutions they funded, two Sackler charitable organizations announced they would temporarily pause their philanthropy.

That version sought to temporarily suspend travel and immigration to the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries and temporarily freeze the U.S. refugee program.

That version sought to temporarily suspend travel and immigration to the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries and temporarily freeze the U.S. refugee program.

She has campaigned on a radical reduction in immigration and, in recent days, has talked of banning all immigrants, at least temporarily.

It suspended Dodon temporarily to allow Filip as acting president to declare an election in September.

The CRN, the supplement industry trade group, issued a press release that patients should stop biotin supplements temporarily before having lab tests.

The British province of Northern Ireland would temporarily not be subject to the no-deal tariff plan laid out by London on Wednesday.

The Army Corps of Engineers temporarily loaned portable pumps to New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina to supplement its failing stationary pumps.

As a result, the legislation will expire temporarily, though a Democratic aide told Roll Call the effects of this will be minimal.

The source said Terbech Abderazak, a member of parliament, would take over the job temporarily.

Twitch has not issued an official statement explaining its decision, or whether the Dr Disrespect channel has been permanently banned, or merely suspended temporarily.

Colin and Livia say her affair went down back in 2015, when she and Colin had temporarily separated.

Her request was granted by the judge … at least temporarily.

Journalists who work outside the all-encompassing state media have been beaten, blacklisted, charged with hooliganism or extremism, jailed, and temporarily disappeared.

Meanwhile, the person who’s temporarily replacing Ailes is none other than Rupert himself, who’s now 85.

Studies show that even the worst tragedies — the loss of a family member, the loss of a limb — only temporarily cut their happiness.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opposes the deal, which he says only halts Iran’s nuclear capability temporarily.

US District Judge David Hale temporarily blocked that bill on Wednesday, March 20.

On one occasion, he was temporarily suspended from Twitter after posting photos of someone he claimed had been exposed to Ebola.

Then, under public pressure, YouTube said on Wednesday it would temporarily demonetize Crowder’s channel.

Here’s a statement from a YouTube rep: “After careful consideration, we have decided to temporarily suspend ads on Logan Paul’s YouTube channels.

Often, that takes the form of banning vehicles from busy city centers, either temporarily or permanently.

The ubiquitous low buzz of Barcelona street life is temporarily muffled, and Rueda, in the sudden silence, grows reflective.

This summer, Planters temporarily reintroduced its beloved tubs of Cheez Balls.

Some of that anxiety was just allayed — at least temporarily.

Carolina Racines, 39, was preparing to leave the island temporarily with her Puerto Rican husband, two children and dog on a cruise ship.

The study bore out those stories, finding that most participants saw their symptoms temporarily reduced.

China, Australia, Singapore are among countries who have temporarily halted the aircraft from flying since the crash.

These do not stop all federal government activities, but they at least suspend some parts temporarily.

Until we were able to take reproduction (temporarily) outside of the body, none of these choices existed.

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, who was appointed by Mississippi’s Republican governor to temporarily replace Cochran after he retired on April 1.

“They can temporarily attenuate the consequences of a weaker global economy, but they cannot take care of the cause,” he said.

The emergency stay, issued Saturday night, temporarily prevents people arriving at U.S. airports with valid visas from being deported.

It’s something that has triggered a dopamine response which takes us out of ourselves in a way that makes us happy temporarily.

The American Civil Liberties Union estimated that the stay will temporarily spare 100 to 200 people from deportation.

The emergency stay, issued Saturday night, temporarily prevents people arriving at U.S. airports with valid visas from being deported.

The American Civil Liberties Union estimated that the stay will temporarily spare 100 to 200 people from deportation.

DFDS Seaways, a large Danish ferry company, said on Twitter that the Calais port had been temporarily closed due to a “migrant invasion.”

Arizona is just one of three locations Uber was testing its self-driving vehicles before temporarily halting all public testing in March.

DFDS Seaways, a large Danish ferry company, said on Twitter that the Calais port had been temporarily closed due to a “migrant invasion.”

On Wednesday, the EU did conditionally back Turkey’s visa-free travel — a big part of the deal — which should temporarily stabilise it.

Trump is battling to have a court reinstate his ban, which also seeks to temporarily block visitors from seven Muslim-majority nations, including Syria.

It is also temporarily suspending a main display panel plant funded by Apple and closing one of the lines at another main panel plant.

In short, we’re expected to care about this person because they’ve become, however temporarily, a sort of friend.

In late 2016, the Drug Enforcement Agency announced a plan to temporarily place kratom on the list of Schedule I drugs.

(Last year, the DEA refused to release the data it used to conclude kratom should be temporarily banned.)

The third time wasn’t the charm for the Trump administration’s travel ban, which was temporarily halted by a federal judge in Hawaii Tuesday.

In March, Gonzalez said he would temporarily step down as honorary chairman to avoid any harm to the bank’s reputation during the inquiry.

The third time wasn’t the charm for the Trump administration’s travel ban, which was temporarily halted by a federal judge in Hawaii Tuesday.

The cost is that “springing forward” will temporarily disrupt the sleep of millions of Americans.

Three of the Woodford-linked companies – BenevolentAI, Ombu and IH Holdings – were suspended from the exchange temporarily on April 12 without explanation.

Ghosn has been charged with under-reporting his Nissan salary for a decade, and of temporarily transferring personal financial losses to Nissan’s books.

At one point, Sedaris temporarily tosses hosting duties to “A Lady Who Lives in the Forest” to teach us how to make mushroom brooches.

Brazilian prosecutors had requested that the executives be “temporarily removed,” the company said in a statement.

Poppinga was one of the executives temporarily let go on Sunday.

Some of the administration’s actions, including an executive order to temporarily ban all refugees, have sparked lengthy court battles.

I’d been temporarily cowed by John’s attack, but it wasn’t until I got high that I got really paranoid.

Last week, the Supreme Court temporarily blocked the Commerce Department, which oversees the Census Bureau, from including the question on the upcoming census.

Last week, the Supreme Court temporarily blocked the Commerce Department, which oversees the Census Bureau, from including the question on the upcoming census.

The source said Terbech Abderazak, a member of parliament, would take over the job temporarily.

The Brazilian senate temporarily suspended President Dilma Rousseff in May while she faces an impeachment trial in the senate for alleged creative accounting.

: whiteness, skinniness, temporarily able-bodiedness) is an incredible luxury—and something worth exploring.

Plain and simple … Van was temporarily inspired, but mostly disgusted with Trump’s address.

I convinced my friend that it was time to check into a psychiatric hospital temporarily for their own safety and rode with them there.

The Sri Lankan government has once again temporarily banned social media networks, this time after attacks apparently sparked by a Facebook post.

The Sri Lankan government has once again temporarily banned social media networks, this time after attacks apparently sparked by a Facebook post.

Motherboard was able to confirm that Crossovers Nobody Asked For was temporarily suspended, but could not determine the specifics of why.

Immigration advocates have challenged the ban, and a judge temporarily put the order on hold.

Whether it will stay here or not is still up in the (temporarily cleaner) air.

But she noted that during the height of the influx last year, the offices temporarily lowered their minimum standards of care for minors.

But watch the clip … he’s not so down to cut sex out of his life — as doctors recommended, temporarily.

The president’s veto has at least temporarily put the brakes on the Law and Justice Party’s efforts.

The response: Conyers has denied all wrongdoing, but stepped down from his post on the House Judiciary Committee, at least temporarily.

Rain started to fall, temporarily halting the deconstruction.

(At the time, that measure — which has since been temporarily blocked by a court — was considered the most restrictive abortion ban in the nation.)

A year ago, Uber temporarily grounded its self-driving cars for a few days following a crash with another car in Tempe.

If you’re in Helsinki and want to experience a unique, exhilarating kind of nausea, the sauna can be temporarily yours.

De Blasio said yeshivas could be temporarily shut down if they refuse to comply, according to the New York Times.

De Blasio said yeshivas could be temporarily shut down if they refuse to comply, according to the New York Times.

We’re told now Sharon has moved out, at least temporarily.

We know drugs are a cheap way for people unhappy, or unsatisfied, with this reality to escape to a (temporarily) more pleasurable one.

About 175,000 unemployed workers said they were temporarily laid off.

In March, Gonzalez said he would temporarily step down as honorary chairman to avoid any harm to the bank’s reputation during the inquiry.

And to great gain: The flood of sex-induced endorphins will help ease your pain, at least temporarily.

Durant produced three editions of this particular sign, and another is also currently on display — temporarily — at, of all places, Art Basel Miami Beach.

Facebook has taken down some posts, including temporarily shutting down the account of an ultranationalist Buddhist monk who posted incendiary content.

I once went to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, temporarily sober—it wouldn’t last.

Yes, it’s easy enough to juice the economy temporarily.

Regular train service to the south-central part of the island has been temporarily suspended.

LeDay was “temporarily detained” by security personnel, Kirchoff said.

They noticed that when volcanic eruptions sprayed sulfur particles into the sky, it temporarily caused a reduction in temperatures on Earth.

To temporarily derail an FBI investigation?

Three other people were injured, leaving one temporarily deaf.

Uber isn’t about “sharing” rides; it’s about having access, albeit temporarily, to a private driver.

The caller did not say if they were shooting a scene at the time but AMC said it’s temporarily shutting down production.

In other words, the company has little by way of options for temporarily replacing Kalanick.

The other option would be to cut taxes temporarily, with lower tax rates that would then expire — or “sunset” — after a period of time.

“Hickok05,” a popular gun channel with over two million subscribers, was temporarily removed last year on two occasions.

As of Sunday morning, both were listed as temporarily out of stock by Amazon.

The merits of privatization aren’t at issue in this case, only whether Wilkie or Bowman should be in charge temporarily.

The chief side effects were temporarily low levels of lymphocytes – a type of white blood cell – and rash.

Tuesday’s filing by the FTC only concerns whether the ruling’s provisions will be put on hold temporarily as any appeal plays out.

Koh’s ruling on Wednesday only related to whether to put the provisions on hold temporarily as any appeal plays out.

We’re told security had to step in between them and Kevin was temporarily removed from the area.

U.S. Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado temporarily held many of them due to his concerns over the Justice Department’s marijuana policy.

Those who broke the company’s most serious rules anywhere on its site would have their access to make live broadcasts temporarily restricted.

But there’s one issue where Trump and his supporters align exactly: His proposal to temporarily ban all Muslims from entering the US.

Tranquilizer darts weren’t an option, as they could’ve temporarily increased the gorilla’s aggression and threatened the child.

Hundreds of tenants have been moved out of base homes, at least temporarily.

He got temporarily saved from himself by Gingrich’s own blunders.

(They spiked temporarily during the Great Recession because low-wage workers were disproportionately likely to be laid off.)

Rikers opened in 1932 to temporarily relieve the nearby Blackwell Island jail, but quickly became permanent, and controversial.

In its broadest form, “extreme vetting” could shut down all those entries temporarily.

February 2017 – May says Trump’s order temporarily banning people from a number of Muslim-majority countries is “wrong” and “divisive”.

Dorsey did provide some details on how the vacant job responsibilities will be divvied up, at least temporarily.

And this dancing, non-goal-oriented boogieing, is what this animal does when all other needs are temporarily satisfied.

The port had to be temporarily closed Saturday but was up and running again by 8:30pm, after the end of the police intervention.

The EU has offered reassurances that the backstop would only ever be applied as the last resort, and only temporarily.

Federal law allows presidents to temporarily fill vacancies by appointing acting department heads who are already employees there.

What has taken its place, at least temporarily, is pure anger — anger at immigrants, anger at elites, and, above all, anger at Hillary Clinton.

When Trump proposed temporarily banning Muslims from entering the US last year, he cited research by Gaffney’s group.

Ghosn denies the charges against him, which include understating his salary for eight years and temporarily transferring personal financial losses to Nissan’s books.

Finally, in October 2016, housing managers moved the Martins out temporarily and replaced their windows.

Then mold spread in an upstairs closet, and repairs for that problem went ahead while Sackett and her girls temporarily relocated.

“At its most draconian, it temporarily halts entry from jihadist regions.

But they’ve been temporarily hidden before — often in other major speeches — and they never really go away.

Technology is a natural, even desirable component of it rather than a foreign object with a temporarily therapeutic role.

Perhaps equally important, Ueberroth had at least temporarily satisfied the concerns of his ticket-buying public.

Farage’s successor, Diane James, resigned on Tuesday after just 18 days as party leader, and Farage had to reassume leadership temporarily.

Perot temporarily suspended his campaign in July of 1992, and restarted it again in October.

A fiery explosion at the Guanacillos electricity station temporarily left San Juan without power.

Earlier this week, the United States decided to temporarily ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 planes.

The announcement comes after a U.S. judge on Thursday temporarily blocked a decision by President Donald Trump to end DACA later this year.

More recently in 2017, he dissented in a decision that enabled an undocumented teenager to temporarily leave federal custody to obtain an abortion.

temporarily or permanently relocate families when hazards are found.

He said he was locked in the cage temporarily and then processed.

Jones’ own Twitter account was temporarily suspended on Aug. 15.

While not hit, Russian police also temporarily disabled its servers to prevent another attack.

We’re told CPS will take Ensley to Jenelle’s mother’s home and Barbara Evans will care for the child, at least temporarily.

They can temporarily delay hearings, but that doesn’t allow them to overcome the simple majority vote needed to confirm judges.

The revelation of the Russian bought ads seemed to have temporarily broken the longstanding gridlock on the FEC.

Trump responded by ordering the Interior Department to temporarily shut down its official Twitter accounts.

It’s not even about an actual joke that challenges reality, or even something that temporarily #shames someone or a group.

So, eventually, did the court, at least temporarily.

It is now up to the Senate to decide whether to see the impeachment process through and temporarily suspend Rousseff.

It is now up to the Senate to decide whether to see the impeachment process through and temporarily suspend Rousseff.

(Reuters) – UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said he would temporarily lift night-flying restrictions at other airports in Britain, Sky News reported on Thursday.

Duterte was forced to temporarily halt his campaign in February after a rogue police officer killed a South Korean businessman.

While a catastrophic event, like a natural disaster or conflict, can temporarily impact death rates, the HIV/AIDS epidemic was unique.

While a catastrophic event, like a natural disaster or conflict, can temporarily impact death rates, the HIV/AIDS epidemic was unique.

There was talk of dismantling them in 1992 before a fundraising effort (including a grant from the Lilly Endowment) came to the rescue — temporarily.

This is a move Zuckerberg himself acknowledges will probably, at least temporarily, decrease engagement and time spent on Facebook.

Koh’s ruling on Wednesday only related to whether to put the provisions on hold temporarily as any appeal plays out.

Mohammed El Kuwaiz, Chairman of the Saudi Capital Market Authority, said the murder of Khashoggi caused investors to pull back, but only temporarily.

The agency said operation of all 737 max aircraft into, out of and over Hong Kong will be temporarily prohibited.

The company will temporarily ground its MAX 8 passenger jets at the advice of European regulators.

Angelina’s wish list is basically what she and Brad agreed to temporarily while the L.A. County Dept.

Singapore Airlines said its unit Silk Air, which operates 6 MAX 8 planes, has temporarily withdrawn them from service.

Budget carrier Eastar Jet said it would temporarily ground its two 737 MAX 8s from Wednesday.

That means some full-time diplomats must now leave the country, which will temporarily bring consular and other services to a halt.

In the two floods, communities were shorn temporarily from the rest of the country and permanently from a present that has become their past.

But it’s unclear if that truce will actually happen or simply smooth things over temporarily.

Williams has always been a Rocket at heart, let it fly his statement of purpose; he’d just been temporarily marooned elsewhere.

The emergency brake would temporarily allow the UK to not make welfare payments to new EU migrants.

In early January, the city of Prague announced that it would temporarily take down the Orloj for repairs.

The function of ORR is to temporarily house undocumented children before they are reunited with a parent, family member, or other appropriate sponsor.

A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked the Trump administration from implementing a rule that will dramatically curb women’s access to birth control.

Potential result: If a judge grants the injunction, the whole executive order could be temporarily halted.

But until President Donald Trump names someone to fill that slot, an acting associate attorney general will temporarily fill that role.

These statutes help to fill those holes temporarily.

The first thing is identify a set of positions that can be filled temporarily.

So that’s the first point of the Vacancies Act: It defines a set of positions that can be filled temporarily.

Okay, so the Federal Vacancies Act determines which positions can be temporarily filled, and who can fill them.

There’s also DDOSing, an easy-to-execute technical attack that floods someone’s internet network, causing it to temporarily slow down or shut down.

All they have ruled on to this date is whether the order should be temporarily blocked while the court system susses out its legality.

The un-reviewed materials are temporarily stored at their office in Brooklyn.

Paula Cooper Gallery will temporarily move its headquarters to 524 West 26th Street.

It has said in the past it would be able to continue operations temporarily during a shutdown.

Those feelings temporarily abated at VCU.

By designing a digital immersion in the off-kilter logic of dreams, he could temporarily envelope participants in their sensations.

Davidson covered up the ink temporarily for a movie role.

The military police, which guards international borders, temporarily increased its presence at vital military locations and airports.

Pending an official police investigation, the club has decided to temporarily shut down.

The only thing that seemed to temporarily dampen their spirits was a mention of the recent deluge of “dirty tricks” from the Cruz campaign.

However, fans and players are expected to park those discussions, at least temporarily, when the action finally gets underway in Paris.

Though the initial headlines claimed she “lost her job,” she was just temporarily suspended.

Black models: from Géricault to Matisse temporarily retitles works featuring historically anonymous Black models to honor their sitters.

With access, hackers could enter false results that could temporarily spread misinformation throughout the country.

Its Parisian iteration is temporarily retitling the featured masterpieces to represent the historically erased Black models present in their imagery.

Rooftop solar can be staved off temporarily with fees and rate tweaks, but as batteries get cheaper, those strategies will stop working.

When Eddie’s family approached Gardenhire about putting on the event, the track was temporarily closed due to a fire.

It also lets authorities temporarily take firearms from people judged a risk to themselves or others.

But, while SIB may temporarily relieve tension or anxiety, the behavior returns when stress reoccurs, or even in response to the behavior itself.

Tech companies like Google and Netflix have spoken out against Trump’s policies, particularly the recent order temporarily suspending immigration from predominantly muslim countries.

Mueller indicts Roger Stone; Trump allows the government to temporarily reopen.

FEMA doesn’t have a second-in-command and three of four associate-administrator posts are currently either vacant or only temporarily filled.

Democrats tend to organize across the entire country only temporarily for presidential campaigns.

On Monday, President Donald Trump signed a new executive order temporarily banning people from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

Accordingly, I temporarily suspended the USRAP pending a review of our procedures for screening and vetting refugees.

Ghosn has been charged with under-reporting his Nissan salary for a decade and of temporarily transferring personal financial losses to Nissan’s books.

The impact of low savings on consumer spending could, however, be temporarily offset by income tax cuts which went into effect in January.

In addition to slashing the corporate rate, it temporarily reduces the tax burden for most individuals.

The site is now effectively offline — at least temporarily.

The cost is that “springing forward” will temporarily disrupt the sleep of millions of Americans.

The site is now effectively offline — at least temporarily.

China said on Tuesday it wants the Canadian government to temporarily stop allowing meat shipments to China after bogus pork export certificates were discovered.

The Swiss measures could make volume swell on the SIX Swiss Exchange — Europe’s fourth-largest — at least temporarily.

They exist temporarily in architectural settings, and are then dismantled for reuse.

Morningstar Equity Research said in a note that the tariffs might “temporarily” hamper some of the company’s planned growth initiatives.

Last week we temporarily disabled some of our ads tools following news reports that slurs or other offensive language…

On Friday, the virus began quickly infecting computers around the world — and the kill switch temporarily halted its frenzied pace.

Schultz’s sea change included temporarily closing 7,100 US stores in order to retrain baristas on how to make the perfect espresso.

On Friday, the virus began quickly infecting computers around the world — and the kill switch temporarily halted its frenzied pace.

Corporate executives have spent trillions of dollars buying back their company’s own stocks since the 1980s to temporarily boost its value.

Then, under public pressure, YouTube said on Wednesday it would temporarily demonetize Crowder’s channel.

The rejection followed Republican-led political maneuvering that tied repeal to a second provision that would have temporarily banned cities from affirming transgender bathroom rights.

Here’s a change that actually restored nature — at least temporarily.

FYI, Canelo was temporarily suspended by the Nevada Athletic Commission over the weekend … just days after GGG slammed him as a long-time juicer.

Last month over 120,000 Venezuelans flooded into neighboring Colombia to buy supplies, during a weekend in which border controls were temporarily relaxed.

We hope temporarily in a sentence examples were helpful.