renouncement :

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  • n  an act (spoken or written) declaring that something is surrendered or disowned

  • But after Hunt published a renouncement of his Christianity in the London Gazette, a journal of record dating back to the 17th century, those same religious leaders agreed to .
  • Reminded while revisiting his old village of his brother Hamo, killed at Gallipoli, he muses bitterly over the present "halfhearted renouncement of war," the "heavily armed .
  • The reasons for my renouncement will be known in the public square.
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  • U.S., Taliban to start talks on ending Afghan war
    It's a major breakthrough, but the Obama administration says the ultimate U.S.-Afghan goal is a full Taliban renouncement of al-Qaida.
    June 18, 2013 - Portland Press Herald
  • US to begin meetings with Taliban
    Senior Obama administration officials described the Taliban's move to open a political office Tuesday in Doha as a stepping stone to full Taliban renouncement of al-Qaida
    June 18, 2013 - Abilene Reporter-News

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