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Synonyms for nullify

Synonyms for nullify

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

to make ineffective by applying an opposite force or amount

Synonyms for nullify

show to be invalid


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make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of

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The House members introduced their resolution under the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to nullify rules within a set period of time.
But TE said in a statement made to the Disclosure Department at the Exchange on Sunday that it was not informed of any decision by the Commissioners Body regarding the suggestion to nullify a tender for 20% of its shares.
However, some of KEB minority shareholders are seeking to lodge a lawsuit to nullify Hana's share swap.
I will adapt my team first and foremost to nullify Southampton's strengths.
When we play teams like South Africa, you try to nullify their big ballcarriers, and we need to do that on Saturday.
Additionally, organizations like Don't Tread on Me: Rise of the Republic, Liberty Pulse, and The New American magazine are national supporters of Nullify Now
The renowned actress Meera submitted an application in civil court, requesting it to nullify the Nikahnama shown by his alleged husband.
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Lawmakers reject effort to nullify FAA controller contract.
As if to add insult to injury, Villaraigosa applauded the council's decision, which extends the dumping on the bogus premise that the council can technically nullify the deal at any point over the next two weeks.
1884), Field worked to enhance judicial power, nullify popular legislation, and expand individual liberty under the 14th Amendment.
Hence the delayed puberty of RGs and BDs with scoliosis does not nullify the NOTOM hypothesis, as their scolioses are not idiopathic.
Taiwan's High Court rejected Thursday a complaint brought by opposition parties seeking to nullify the reelection of President Chen Shui-bian, who survived an election-eve shooting and won by a razor-thin margin.
In the short run, the bill would nullify a decision of the 11th U.
Nullify the bonds and the indentures under which they were issued