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Synonyms for abdicate

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Synonyms for abdicate

give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or duties and obligations

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MAKE THE MARKET" Market beliefs "Even though we are at a "Federal government downturn, the economy and will enact legislation employer health benefit within the next four purchasing will return to years that will normal levels in 2010" meaningfully change the distribution of health benefits" Purchasing * Paternalistic (offering * Innovators (willing Attitudes rich benefits) to try new things) * Basic buyers (cost * Benefit abdicators sensitive) [right arrow].
Genetic mapping was largely the result of an international public collaborative consortioum known as the Human Genome Project (HGP) even though its ultimate conclusion was expedited by resourceful abdicators in a rival race.
It's true that you do attract foreign tourists but is that sufficient to persuade the public to subsidise you any longer, you and your dysfunctional brood of alcoholics, army drop-outs, workshy layabouts, abdicators and fornicators?
Abdicators are campers who may not want to be at camp; their parents may have urged them to attend because camp will be fun.
Abdicators fail to create shared values, so the company disintegrates.