countermand


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a contrary command cancelling or reversing a previous command

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In its Saturday report, the Times described "broad hesitation to go into detail with Mr Trump about operations against Russia for concern over his reaction and the possibility that he might countermand it or discuss it with foreign officials."NO SECURITY CONCERNSThe Times also cited National Security Council officials as saying they had no security concerns about the newspaper's reporting on the digital incursions, perhaps indicating that some of the intrusions were meant to be noticed by the Russians.
When our machinery seized a lot of money in Tamil Nadu elections, we decided to countermand elections in two constituencies invoking our power under Article 324.
Hilbay argued that the COA could not countermand a law as it is an official act of the Congress.
In turn, Turkey issued a new Navtex (0202/18) in a bid to countermand the Cypriot one.
The voters wanted to countermand the decision by the EC's adjudicating officer in Segamat to reject their application in banning 949 military personnel and their spouses from being registered as voters in the third quarter of the 2017 electoral roll.
For all his gifts, Sajjan cannot overcome and countermand William Westmoreland-style American chateau generals who have no clue but who are in charge of operations.
Countermand won in a common canter here last time and can follow up in the Coral Mobile Just Three Clicks To Bet Handicap.
Ted Cruz's tactic of opposing this week's must-pass spending bill as part of his efforts to countermand President Obama's executive order on immigration
In 1974, he was finally persuaded to emerge still in uniform after his ageing former CO was flown in to countermand the orders he gave him 29 years earlier.
The major motivation for this volume on cancer therapeutic strategies is to identify items of therapeutic interest in the biological functioning of high-profile metastasis suppressor and promoter genes and uncover links and nodes of their signaling pathways in order to directly or indirectly countermand the biological effects of these genes.
His decree nullified the ability of the courts, many of them staffed by Mubarak-era appointees, to countermand his measures, even though he has promised to uphold the independence of the judiciary.
Unfortunately, neither American Gunsmith nor AGA can render a legal opinion on your problems, nor can we provide legal recourse to alter your present situation as we have no authority to countermand an ATF Inspector's ruling.
31 letter to top PHMSA safety official Jeff Wiese, Don Santa, INGAA president, wrote, "We are concerned, however, that the advisory bulletin could be read to countermand longstanding regulations and disturb what we understood to be mutual expectations concerning the implementation of integrity management programs on natural gas transmission pipelines."
31, 2011, letter to top PHMSA safety official Jeff Wiese, INGAA President Don Santa, wrote, "We are concerned, however, that the advisory bulletin could be read to countermand longstanding regulations and disturb what we understood to be mutual expectations concerning the implementation of integrity management programs on natural gas transmission pipelines."
The opposition--a Who & Who of the worst corporations in America--is relentless in assaulting the civil justice system, but AAJ is building an operation potent enough to countermand the attacks.