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to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

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revoke formally

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China will insist that President Duterte abrogate the ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague before conceding to any Philippine demand.
The association, the petition explained, was fully cognisant of the principles relating to the authority of the Parliament to amend the Constitution, yet, it is an undeniable fact that the Parliament's power is not unlimited and it cannot pass an amendment that abrogates fundamental rights.
suspends or holds in abeyance or attempts or conspires to abrogate or subvert or suspend or hold in abeyance,the constitution by use of force or show of force or by other unconstitutional means shall be guilty of high treason".
Giving arguments on the oath of armed forces, Ibrahim Satti said it has been made clear in July, 31, 2009 verdict that no one can abrogate the constitution in future and commit any ultra constitutional act.
Congress (or the President acting alone) may abrogate an executive agreement, but legislation must be clear to ensure that Congress--and the President--have considered the consequences.
As it is currently written, the TRCA abrogates immunity in all trademark cases, which goes beyond what is necessary to enforce the provisions of the due process clause.
Without quality, a nursing home abrogates its special responsibility to care for those who cannot look after themselves.
The Green Party/Nader campaign stands for: dismantling the World Trade Organization (WTO), whose work often abrogates environmental law; controlling sprawl and rebuilding the cities; offering free time for political candidates on radio and TV; providing universal health care coverage for all; and ending "corporate welfare" subsidies and giveaways.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has held that the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)--which requires that states that accept federal education funding provide a free, appropriate public education to students with disabilities--validly abrogates states' Eleventh Amendment immunity.
The Regulation abrogates Regulation 2551/97/EC and is directly applicable in all the Member States.
This argument is questionable from a legal point of view; what he should have argued, a point I will develop below, is that the cease-fire remains in effect until the Security Council, not a state or group of states, abrogates or suspends it and that even then another action by the Security Council under the authority of Article 42 would be required.
The porousness of which Decter spoke necessarily abrogates or at the very least (ironically) brackets the distinction between art and other cultural products.
And shouldn't the lesson of exclusionary nationalist movements engender total opposition to any ideology that abrogates the rights of minorities?
We need to enforce the laws that are already there, rather than enact a new law that interferes with free markets and abrogates the property rights of the individual.
Article 6 in its first section states: "Any person who abrogates or subverts or suspends or holds in abeyance, or attempts or conspires to abrogate or subvert or suspend or hold in abeyance, the constitution by use of force or show of force or by any other unconstitutional means shall be guilty of high treason.