Abandoned
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  • A dry hole in which no producible oil or gas was present, or a well that has stopped producing. Abandoned wells must be plugged to prevent seepage of oil, gas, or water from one formation to another.

    FK Reading Ease
    66.9

    FK Grade Level
    High School
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  • "Abandoned" means left without provision for reasonable and necessary care or supervision.
    FK Reading Ease
    11.4

    FK Grade Level
    College
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  • "abandoned" means abandoned in a garage, as described in ยง 25-201(b)(4), (5), or (6) of this subtitle.
    FK Reading Ease
    93.5

    FK Grade Level
    Elementary School
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  • "Abandoned" means an operation from which coal has not been removed for a six-month period.
    FK Reading Ease
    63.7

    FK Grade Level
    High School
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  • The terms "abandoned" and "abandonment," used with respect to infants and young children, mean that the infants and young children are medically cleared for discharge from acute-care hospital settings, but remain hospitalized because of a lack of appropriate out-of-hospital placement alternatives. 

    FK Reading Ease
    37.4

    FK Grade Level
    College
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  • "Abandoned" means no longer in service and physically disconnected from a portion of the underground utility line that is in use for storage or conveyance of service.
    FK Reading Ease
    32.2

    FK Grade Level
    College
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  • "Abandoned" means either (i) the discontinuance of use of a mark with intent not to resume such use (intent not to resume may be inferred from circumstances, i.e., nonuse for three consecutive years shall constitute prima facie evidence of abandonment) or (ii) any course of conduct of the owner, including acts of omission as well as commission, which causes the mark to lose its significance as a mark.
    FK Reading Ease
    44.9

    FK Grade Level
    College
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  • ‘Abandoned’ means:

    • The failure of the parent to provide reasonable support and to maintain regular contact with the child, including providing normal supervision
    • That a parent has made only minimal efforts to support and communicate with the child Failure to maintain a normal parental relationship with the child without just cause for a period of 6 months shall constitute prima facie evidence of abandonment.
    FK Reading Ease
    25

    FK Grade Level
    Graduate School
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  • ‘Abandoned’ means the failure of the parent to maintain a normal parental relationship with his or her child, including but not limited to reasonable support or regular personal contact. Failure to maintain this relationship without just cause for a period of 1 year shall constitute prima facie evidence of abandonment.
    FK Reading Ease
    29.2

    FK Grade Level
    College
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