revocation


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Synonyms for revocation

the act of reversing or annulling

Synonyms for revocation

the state of being cancelled or annulled

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the act (by someone having the authority) of annulling something previously done

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Website performance is directly impacted by the speed of the revocation checks, and the site's uptime is affected by the resiliency of a revocation service.
One of the grounds of challenge to the revocation of the regional strategies was that their revocation was not subject to strategic environmental assessment.
Among the conditions were that the restaurant would be closed and another revocation hearing would be held if a critical violation was found during the probationary period.
THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF MASSACHUSETTS AFFIRMED THE REVOCATION OF NURSE DUGGAN'S LICENSE.
Travis characterizes the parole revocation process as a system of sentencing, which he has labeled back-end sentencing.
1(k) would set forth procedures for a bar member to petition for voluntary revocation of the member's license through a procedure similar to what was formerly termed disciplinary resignation.
The company appealed the revocation to the City Council.
The 41 agencies targeted for revocation account for about 40 percent of the industry's annual $1 billion in revenue.
GAO's analysis shows that the Departments of State and Homeland Security took some actions in the summer of 2003 to address weaknesses in the visa revocation process identified in its June 2003 report.
The certification process (certificate signing requests [CSRs] and certificate loading), the certificate revocation process (certificate revocation lists [CRLs] and online certificate status protocol [OCSP]), and certificate validation (issuing CA certificate(s), certificate chains, cross certification) all need to be appropriately included in the security services being defined.
His two remaining licenses are in jeopardy now since revocation by one state board often encourages reciprocal actions by other state boards.
The revocation will be effective for either 2000 or 2001 and all later years.
If so, you may be in for a surprise--the revocation of the ruling without notice.
When the Lawyers Guild submitted its petition in California, it found that the state's last revocation took place in 1976.
Two general outcomes were possible here: a revocation (failure),