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abrogate

Withdraw, rescind, revoke, or cancel. Common usage implies an act done in a one-sided or high-handed manner, but this is not necessary to the definition.
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248) Precision-Targeted Abrogation attempts to limit incidental damage to the military justice system by effectively balancing a servicemember's right to civilian defense counsel with the military justice system's interests in being efficient, accurate, and fair.
He added he had asked the Court to revisit all past judgments in which higher courts had validated abrogation of the Constitution by military rulers.
It would be an abrogation of responsibility to dispose of the Grand Central site whilst the costs and problems of the New Street site multiply.
In a meeting between Iranian minister of foreign and head of the Supreme Court of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan the two sides discussed gas swap from Iran and visa abrogation between the two countries.
With his zeal for torture, detention camps and abrogation of civil liberties, not to mention wars of aggression, Mr.
This unthinking, uncaring Labour government takes no steps to ensure that border controls are enforced and is guilty of a complete abrogation of its responsibilities to the most vulnerable of people.
If Hirsi Ali regards them as somehow dispensable in the case of Muslims, her views express not "classical liberalism" but its abrogation, and she ought to defend them under their proper description.
Not to do this is an abrogation of duty, then, not just to the shareholders, who've invested in the business on the basis of his ability to deliver 85m [pounds sterling] in cost savings, but to the remaining staff.
The former "has no basis in law," Judge Allan Gropper wrote, and the claim is invalid as NWA's abrogation of the CBA was lawful.
The abrogation of "don't ask" is far from a reality.
2) Following his wife's abrogation of her civic duties--spectacularly represented when her bosoms surrealistically fly off like a set of balloons--the now hermaphroditic Husband heroically bears the Nation's children parthenogenetically.
Add to that his total abrogation of responsibility in tackling climate change, not to mention the hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayer's money on spin that has obviously been wasted because it has not worked.