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to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

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revoke formally

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e., if its clause 1c is excepted and modified so as to keep Article 1 of the Constitution of India directly applicable to Jammu and Kashmir State and the rest of the Article 370 is abrogated, the State will become a part of India like its other constituent States.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) yesterday said Article 370 is an integral part of the basic structure of the constitution and can neither be amended nor abrogated by any authority unless the people of the state themselves want it.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Chairman of Wataniya Alliance stated that his component will topple the present Iraqi government peacefully and rectify the political process if the decisions to expel the elections candidates were not abrogated. BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Chairman of Wataniya Alliance stated that his component will topple the present Iraqi government peacefully and rectify the political process if the decisions to expel the elections candidates were not abrogated.
Muhammad Al-Mushawweh, a Saudi legal consultant, said that if the chairman was seeking to back up his argument using an old or abrogated regulation then he should have clearly stated it was abrogated.
Any provision in an international agreement, including the Algiers Accords that purports to bar such suit is abrogated. This subsection shall apply retroactively to any cause of action cited in 28 U.S.C.
But, in art and architecture, this secularisation has inverted an enriching process in which the secular has been abrogated by the sacred.
The Court found that in this case, Congress clearly abrogated states' immunity under the FMLA.
At present, police have abrogated their responsibilities by allowing vehicles to drive and park on pavements with impunity.
The appeals court held that Title II of ADA abrogated the State's sovereign immunity under the Eleventh Amendment.
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.
What might seem to us a "rational" alternative, bestowing their young women on social inferiors with dowry expectations less exorbitant than those of fellow patricians, was unthinkable because it would have abrogated their commitment to endogamy and tarnished family honor.
But the law was abrogated at the federal level a few months later.
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. Like the covenant with the Jews, they are related to the Christian covenant, but represent distinct manifestations of the Logos.