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Synonyms for renunciation

Synonyms for renunciation

Synonyms for renunciation

rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid

the state of having rejected your religious beliefs or your political party or a cause (often in favor of opposing beliefs or causes)

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an act (spoken or written) declaring that something is surrendered or disowned

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2 decrees on renunciation of citizenship of the Kyrgyz Republic by 638 people (532 adults and 106 children).
This most significant Islamic holiday symbolizes sacrifice and renunciation. Again, it reminds us that, by devotion and love for one another, we need to build relationships on tolerance and mutual respect.
According to the Washington Post, citing US officials, "The agreement could reduce the number of American troops in the country from roughly 14,000 to between 8,000 and 9,000." "In exchange, the Taliban would agree to several concessions, including a cease-fire and a renunciation of Al-Qaeda," it noted.
She claimed that the UK Home Office had also acknowledged the renunciation of her British nationality.
The Ministry of Justice has published the draft of the constitutional law on renunciation of citizenship of the Kyrgyz Republic, which allows citizenship renunciation for treason, terrorism, separatism, for public discussion.
Rajapaksa, addressing the issue of renunciation of American citizenship when queried, said the matter of dual-citizenship was something personal to him and he did not think the US could block individual rights, and continued, the matter of dual-citizenship was something personal to him and he did not think the US could block individual rights.
Atiyyah praised the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in serving security and stability issues, unification of ranks, and renunciation of extremism, noting the Kingdom's stand with the right, justice and the oppressed.
She had held a foreign passport when she surrendered vide a declaration of renunciation dated March 25, 2013 which was registered and effectuated by the UK Home Office on April 4, 2013," the petition says.
While it is true that he wanted to be president, his character is undeniably suggestive of selflessness, evidenced by his renunciation of his comfortable life in a faraway land so he could fight for what he believed was right even at the expense of his own life.
Former CM Sindh shared a picture of the certificate of the renunciation of Canadian citizenship on his twitter account and according to the certificate; the citizenship has been abandoned since 2013.
Pivoting on the concept of yoga, she discusses Arjuna's sorrow, knowledge (and philosophy), action, renunciation of action through knowledge, renunciation, meditation, knowledge and judgment, the imperishable Brahman, sovereign science and sovereign secret, divine manifestations, vision of the cosmic form, devotion, difference between the field and the field-knower, the division of three gunas, the supreme Purusha, the division between the divine and the demonic, the threefold path, and liberation and renunciation.
In a statement issued by party's media office, Ch Sarwar said that he had also surrendered his British passport to the British authorities after they accepted his request regarding renunciation his UK nationality .
Sufi practice focuses on the renunciation of worldly things, purification of the soul and the mystical contemplation of God's nature.
The President of the Republic, General Michel Aoun, by singing the electoral committees' decree, responds best to all the doubts and rumors, and confirms that the elections will be held on their constitutional dates and that there is no renunciation on the commitment to conduct the polls."
Melbourne: Bill Shorten has called on the government to set a stricter test for parliamentarians' disclosures of foreign citizenship and to require them to produce details of their renunciation of foreign citizenship sooner, by December 1.