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revocation

A cancellation of a power or authority,such as a power of attorney or an agency.
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The martial law declaration also remains valid on the 61st day or even the 62nd unless Congress revokes it, Roque said.
Leader of the Opposition Aitzaz Ahsan said that people of Pakistan will deem it an act of war if India unilaterally revokes Indus Water Treaty.
Members of the Syriac community voiced outrage over the weekend at the state's decision to revoke citizenship from nearly 200 people, including some two dozen Syriac families.
Coun Doreen Ameson, chair of the taxis committee, said: "We take this offence extremely seriously and will not hesitate to revoke a licence where drivers fail to learn from their first offence.
The vote to revoke immunity of Hayef over violations registered in Andalus
As for Parliament's stand toward the revoke, Hashimi said, "There are constitutional mechanism known by all on how Parliament should deal with revoked laws by the Presidency, Parliament can vote on accepting the amendments proposed in the revoking or amend them or even reject them and return them back to the Presidency to study them to make appropriate decision.
It took nearly three long months for the Congress to take a decision to revoke Rane's suspension after he had launched attack and criticized senior Congress leaders.
Under the old rules, taxpayers could not revoke a previously made AIRC election unless consent was granted by the IRS through a letter ruling.
The proposed plan would hit waste companies with the nation's highest dumping charge, revoke certification for a year if out-of-state jurisdictions dispose of banned and dangerous items, strengthen enforcement and ban landfill expansions until 2010.
Although he continues to object to the decision to give Ella Kazan a lifetime achievement Oscar, he did not use the word revoke.
Facing threats from the national BSA office to revoke its charter, the council, file nation's third largest, issued a new mission statement just days after the scout's expulsion, saying the anyone who acknowledges being gay may not participate in the Scouts.
The North Carolina board's action to revoke his license has not affected his expert witness work, he says.