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to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

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Courts in Tashkent repeatedly considered this case, until in March 1946 the Tashkent regional Collegium for Civil Cases abrogated the adoption and ruled on the plaintiff's behalf.
He said it is astonishing that being the head of a political party Imran Khan supported those who abrogated the constitution, controlled the government's affairs unconstitutionally, but he was not ready to bear those who were elected with peoples votes and according to the constitution.
Fourth, Provisional Constitution (Amendment) Order 2007, issued by him also abrogated, subverted and suspended the letter and spirit of various provisions of the constitution including it Part I and Part XI.
ISLAMABAD -- PML-N senator Syed Zafar Ali Shah has said those who abrogated the constitution and threw it in dustbin cannot be pardoned and they will meet their doom at every cost.
Yesterday during its annual meeting, the AFA Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution warning that union self-help is possible once any contract is abrogated.
But the law was abrogated at the federal level a few months later.
Supreme Court has broadly interpreted the Eleventh Amendment to mean that states generally cannot be sued by individuals except where their immunity has been lawfully waived by the states themselves or lawfully abrogated by Congress.
Our commissioners (except those like Boland) have abrogated their responsibilities, catered to the lowest personal or special interest or both, motivated common denominators and presented us with a big nothing.
He is demanding that President Kamisese Mara step down, the 1997 Constitution be abrogated and an indigenous Fijian be installed as prime minister.
1 motion that abrogated the air pact with Taiwan, but stressed the second resolution specifically prohibits Taiwanese carriers China Airlines and Eva Air from carrying on with "abuses" committed under the 1996 agreement.
These covenants are grounded in the universal and cosmic covenant with Noah, which has never been abrogated.
It just means that the popular vote of the people should not be abrogated for this conduct when the people clearly believe that this conduct does not warrant that abrogation.
Theirs is rather the result of an abrogated social contract, which, at least in the collective case, ought to be amenable to remedy by state action.
Giving his comments on the government decision, the JI Ameer said that the military dictator abrogated the constitution twice and unlawfully confined the superior courts judges to their houses.
Reacting to reports on Pervez Musharraf's return to Pakistan and participation in general elections, Justice (Retd) Nasira Javed Iqbal said the person who abrogated constitution of the country twice should be proceeded against under article 6 of the constitution.