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Synonyms for abrogate

Synonyms for abrogate

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

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revoke formally

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Our embassies worldwide should demarche their host governments with talking points (tailored as may be necessary) and data to explain and justify abrogating JCPOA.
In the complaint USAPA said it is seeking to enjoin US Airways from unilaterally abrogating and altering the relevant collective bargaining agreements pending completion of the RLA's major dispute resolution procedure.
malignancies and for abrogating any untoward B cell function.
Sadiq ul-Farooq, spokesman for PML (N), told a press conference in Islamabad his party wanted the impeachment of Musharraf under Article 6 for twice abrogating the Constitution.
2) The TRCA sought to place state and individual trademark holders on equal footing by abrogating state sovereign immunity, thereby subjecting states to suit in federal court for violations of federal trademark law, which is codified in the Lanham Act.
What, however, is not clear is why are British politicians so intent on abrogating the sovereignty of the United Kingdom which the people have temporarily entrusted to them?
He said a "full-scale legal campaign would occur if Northwest took improper actions on abrogating our Collective Bargaining Agreement, if the TA were to be rejected.
abrogating the Safe Third Country Agreement between Canada and the United States;
I once read an essay about a young woman's abortion: the writer's first boyfriend (both of them having been warned all through high school about pregnancy and AIDS) urging her to have the baby after all, thus abrogating what she had seen as the dark compact they had made together, that if they made love "there might have to be a death.
The Court held that Congress acted within its power under Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment in abrogating states' Eleventh Amendment immunity to suits alleging violations of Title 29.
Finally Goltzius signed each engraving, abrogating all charges of fraud and stamping the series, justifiably, as his own.
Despite the ban on out-of-country combat, over the past four decades, Japan has upgraded its forces, professionalizing the SDF without abrogating its constitution.