abolishment

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  • This flag was no longer used upon the abolishment of the empire.
  • This led to the abolishment of a five-days-a-week class structure and the introduction of the three day week school time.
  • After the abolishment of this section of the Frontier, its entire territory was placed under civil administration.
  • The primary goal of the campaign is to build international support for the abolishment of nuclear testing.
  • She lays out ways that with the abolishment of slavery comes more workers and more money.
  • The final goal is the abolishment of coal and other non-renewable energy sources.
  • He held the seat until its abolishment at the 1950 election, at which he retired from politics.
  • Again, a board of college trustees may be considering the abolishment of football. Cited from Practical Argumentation, by George K. Pattee
  • This funding ceased in the late 1990s, not long before the abolishment of the agency.
  • The new act saw the abolishment of civil parishes, and the introduction of communities.
  • This included the abolishment of some government monopolies and increased public investment.
  • The district was a bellwether, having been won by the governing party in every general election from its creation through its abolishment.
  • She identified the abolishment of primary school tuition payments as a good way to address these causes.
  • This status ended with the abolishment of the parish form of organization in the early 1860s.
  • This year would mark the abolishment of the Challenge Round.
  • As an aftermath of the abolishment, sixth form colleges are no longer needed.
  • Mint green is full abolishment in both institutions and the home.
  • Half for the temple and half for himself; and the abolishment of the seven leopards. Cited from The Adventures of Kathlyn, by Harold MacGrath
  • Then the abolishment of government could be achieved.
  • The abolishment of the domain system also brought forth standardized education.
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