Shahzad waived his rights and over two weeks spilled his guts to investigators.
He was claimed by the Houston Rockets and then waived as well.
A few say that in the past year he has waived his commissions during a bad month.
Connecticut has not actually executed anyone since Michael Ross, who waived his appeals, was put to death almost seven years ago.
The Israeli press reported Tuesday that Pollard waived a parole hearing this week.
You see you had better have waived your objections to youth, and taken a younger son.
Well, she waived her right to demand time and said she would go at once.
Mr. Shaw has waived such claims, having, as Vivie's grandmother would have said, "other fish to fry."
She waived the whole subject, and jumped to one on which there could be but one opinion.
These two had long since waived the formality of the sea-ladder.
c.1300, from Anglo-French weyver "to abandon, waive," Old French weyver, guever "to abandon, give back," probably from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse veifa "to swing about," from Proto-Germanic *waibijanan (see waif). In Middle English legal language, used of rights, goods, or women. Related: Waived; waiving.