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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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Justice Jawwad remarked "tell us if federation says we have not to initiate any proceedings and he comes again and abrogate the constitution and he is not prosected then it is binding on court to issue any order on this count.
No one can be allowed to abrogate constitution once again.
Subsequent to the trial court's decision in Roeder, efforts have been made in the 107th, the 108th, and the 109th Congresses to enact legislation that would explicitly abrogate the provision of the Algiers Accords barring the hostages' suit.
109) The 109th Congress did not take up any legislation to abrogate the Algiers Accords.
This legislative action was in response to the Supreme Court's announcement of the requirements Congress must meet before it can validly abrogate state sovereign immunity.
It seems that ever since the Court gave Congress this opportunity to abrogate state sovereign immunity through legislation, it has done all it can to limit this ability and shield the states from such suits.
Therefore, the court said, the IDEA successfully abrogates the Arkansas defendants' Eleventh Amendment immunity.
Supreme Court precedent holding Congress may abrogate the states' Eleventh Amendment immunity when exercising its enforcement power under [sections] 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment.
In other words, unless the other party to the agreement opts to abrogate or to suspend it in whole or in part, it continues in force even in the face of a material breach by one party.
It is laid down in clear terms in article 6 of the constitution that case of high treason be registered against the person who abrogates the constitution.
He further said that in the opinion of Altaf and the MQM, one who abrogates and subverts the constitution is a "patriotic general", but in the eyes and opinion of the CPP, any general who abrogates and subverts the constitution is a "traitor general" and that the general should be tried under Article 6 of the constitution.
Neither the Anti-Terrorism Act, the Flatow Amendment, Subsection 626(c), or Section 208 contain the type of express statutory mandate sufficient to abrogate an international executive agreement.