decommit

Related to decommit: decommission, recommit

decommit

(ˌdiːkəˈmɪt)
vb (intr) , -mits, -mitting or -mitted
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to withdraw from a commitment or agreed course of action
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Fifth, and finally, I want to reply to Marie-Laure Ryan's potential objection that we do not need an IA to adopt a full-fledged fictionalizing stance as defended here, and that we only need "an author" who uses frames (or genres) in order to detach, distance, or ethically decommit herself from what she writes.
Sometimes, when resources were available, we received everything requested; however, when the fiscal year 2005 O&M shortfalls loomed, we did not--and we had to decommit to stay solvent.
An alternative way to tackle this latter problem is to allow agents to decommit, but to apply penalties when they do so.
A self-interested agent will be ruluctant to decommit because some other contract party might decommit, in which case the former agent gets freed from the contract, does not incur a penalty, and collects a penalty from the other party.
It was just that Alta Vista (now being referred to in some newsgroups as Alta Mirage) made the biggest noise when they announced their plans and chose to decommit on a light news day, meaning that they became the lead story in a number of papers and on television news programmes.
To circumvent these problems, I devised a leveled commitment contracting protocol that allows agents to accommodate future events by offering the option of unilateral decommit.
To deal with this lag in payments and increase in outstanding commitments, the EU executive has to decommit certain projects.
However, Walker has the support of the current players and a top-5 recruiting class, many of whom are threatening to decommit to UCLA if Walker does not remain with the school.
After a visit to Notre Dame, when the Irish played against Stanford, Redfield said he also wanted to visit Oregon but wasn't sure if he was ready to decommit from USC.
Florida suddenly became a nuisance to USC, taking Thompson and getting offensive guard James Wilson to decommit, not to mention signing quarterback Tim Tebow last year.
Should Redfield decommit, USC has already offered McQuay, who has said he will also officially visit the Trojans.
Annulment of the decision of the Commission of 22 November 2002 to decommit a sum committed to the Manchester/Salford/Trafford 2 programme ('MST 2') and to request repayment of a sum unduly paid