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revocation

re vuh kay shuhn

  • n  the state of being cancelled or annulled
  • n  the act (by someone having the authority) of annulling something previously done
    the revocation of a law

  • Wagenaar insists that such license-revocation laws are a step in the right direction, though critics argue that people will continue to drive, even without a license.
  • Then, the judge issued an odd warning via his pro bono spokesman: sketch artists might open themselves to child pornography charges and a revocation of their press credentials .
  • If found guilty of misconduct, the medical practitioner involved could face punishment ranging from a letter of reprimand to the revocation of his or her medical license.
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  • Peter Costello in The Age
    These conditions will have effect for so long as members of the CanWest Group of companies own a controlling interest in Ten Holdings and subject to any revocation or amendment by the Treasurer,Mr Costello said in a statement. "These...
  • Sunil Gangopadhyay in Mangalorean.com
    Noted writer and Sahitya Akademi award winner Sunil Gangopadhyay said: "It is inhuman to ask Taslima to leave the city or call for revocation of her visa. If any person dislikes her writings, he can protest democratically without burning down cars...
  • Mike Leavitt in LifeNews.com
    I am concerned that the actions taken by ACOG and ABOG could result in the denial or revocation of Board certification of a physician who -- but for his or her refusal, for example, to refer a patient for an abortion -- would be certified,...

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