AB 32, the law Whitman wants to suspend, is nearly as popular as free cerveza.
In a Bloomberg column, Jeffrey Goldberg offered four sensible sounding reasons why the U.S. should not suspend its aid to Egypt.
“If you conclude there was a coup, you have to suspend aid,” Abrams says.
The U.S. says Iran should suspend the 20 percent enrichment as a confidence-building measure before sanctions begin to be unwound.
One of the clever things the Nazis did in the last days of the Weimar Republic was suspend freedom of the press.
He granted their request so far only as to suspend suits on bonds, which had been given for the collection of duties.
suspend this affair inside your tent by means of cords or tapes.
Yet there was nothing in it beyond a plea to suspend judgment and defer insult till after the trial.
That is what is unknown to us, and obliges us to suspend our judgment on this question.
After the rebellion, the governor was empowered to suspend a councillor from his place.
late 13c., "to bar or exclude temporarily from some function or privilege, to cause to cease for a time," from Old French suspendre, from Latin suspendere "to hang, stop," from sub "up from under" (see sub-) + pendere "cause to hang, weigh" (see pendant). The literal sense of "to cause to hang by a support from above" is recorded from mid-15c. Suspenders is attested from 1810, American English. Suspended animation first recorded 1795.