caretaker status


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caretaker status

A nonoperating condition in which the installations, materiel, and facilities are in a care and limited preservation status. Only a minimum of personnel is required to safeguard against fire, theft, and damage from the elements.
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In the statement, Paudel said had the Deuba government given relief to the public in time, that could have earned the party some popularity, but he took the decision to give relief only after his government was reduced to caretaker status.
This government is, by the Constitution, in caretaker status.
However, the last time Howley acquired caretaker status, in the summer of 2012, he started on a low.
Forwards coach Robin McBryde took over caretaker status a few months later - Howley was Lions backs coach against the Wallabies - but Wales struggled to a 1-1 Test series draw in Japan after losing to the Eddie Jones-guided Brave Blossoms for the first time.
Because of the shutdown, the US National Science Foundation put the program in caretaker status.
Polar Star was placed in caretaker status on July 1, 2006.
Fresh elections must to be held within six months of the fall of the government, which continues in power with caretaker status.
This direct mandate enabled the administration to continue to conduct negotiations with the Palestinians, notwithstanding its caretaker status.
Sadly for Richard Shaw and Lee Carsley, the poor blokes left to pick up the pieces and the players, their chance to shine hasn't gone to plan and their employers will presumably be reluctant to upgrade their caretaker status on the back of three straight defeats given their haste to pull the trigger after Andy Thorn's three draws.
Responding to March 14 parties that have accused him of violating the Constitution by calling for a session while the Cabinet is in caretaker status, Berri stressed the constitutionality of his decision.
While progress continues, the slow pace of implementing the peace process combined with the continued caretaker status of the government (and) lack of development leadership significantly reduces most donors' ability to secure future resources for Nepal,'' said the statement issued by the U.
had been built in 1942 specifically as an airship base and had hosted ZP-11 and Airship Utility Squadron 1 during WW II, but it was put into caretaker status at the end of the war.