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Synonyms for dissolution

Synonyms for dissolution

excessive freedom; lack of restraint

Synonyms for dissolution

separation into component parts

the process of going into solution


Related Words

dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure

the termination of a meeting

the termination or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)

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Rejected dissolutions in Appendix C (defined here as
those dissolutions that were formally, legally proposed and then failed
Legally proposed, pending dissolutions (2008-2010) are captured in
Appendix E, inchoate dissolutions, further validates this finding
procedural barriers to slow dissolutions down, from increased petition
Eight villages in New York have approved dissolutions since 2003,
light and transient causes," why do dissolutions happen?
If there is one theme at the heart of the dissolutions studied
A final financial audit was promised at the completion of the dissolution process.
Still, unusual issues arose long after dissolution.
Overall, the financial impact of dissolution on residents and taxpayers was positive.
Upon the vote approving dissolution, all of the town's ordinances became null and void.
One could imagine how dissolution might have complicated ongoing litigation because one of the parties had lost its legal status.
Dissolution became an immediate problem for the local police officers when the town fell under the jurisdiction of the Bay County sheriff.
3) This provision was carried forward from the 1885 Florida Constitution, which essentially codified the common law prohibition on the dissolution of municipal corporations without protection of creditors.