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Definition of "debarring" [debarring]

  • Present participle of debar. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "debarring" in a sentence
  • "And VA has absolutely no enforcement authority except for 'debarring' bogus companies from doing business with the VA; reducing paperwork and administrative burdens on veterans in accessing business development and entrepreneurship opportunities;"
  • "In addition, the Government - as the most secure creditor of the banking system - could lay down terms, such as debarring Irish banks from lending abroad, limiting their exposure to property, forcing them to maintain a higher ratio of tier one capital and - most crucially in terms of democratic fairness - forcing the resignation of all the boards and senior management who got us into this mess in the first place."
  • "Drug companies have pled guilty to criminal fraud under the federal false claims act stealing billions from the taxpayers by ripping off Medicaid and Medicare yet Congress never passed a bill debarring them from federal contracts."
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