abolition of all

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  • The vision of the museum is the complete international abolition of all nuclear weapons, and the promotion of world peace.
  • Slaves trade soon developed and even continued into the present century despite the official abolition of all forms of slavery in 1884.
  • These included the abolition of all town councils and the merger of some county councils.
  • Personally, I am for the abolition of all special privileges that are not for the general good. Cited from Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII, by Robert Green Ingersoll
  • This estimate takes account of the probable early abolition of all export duties. Cited from Cyprus, as I Saw it in 1879, by Samuel W. Baker #6
  • To this end he proposed the abolition of all debts and a new partition of the lands.
  • When he saw Spanish power disappearing under American blows, he declared himself in favor of the abolition of all foreign rule. Cited from The Path of Empire, by Carl Russell Fish
  • He outlined his plan of action, the abolition of all indirect taxes. Cited from The Arena, Vol. 4, No. 20, July, 1891, ed. by B.O. FLower
  • There have been various so far unsuccessful attempts by campaigners to accomplish the abolition of all remaining grammar schools.
  • Publicity, my dear friend, has been the abolition of all those shady careers in which fortune once was to be found. Cited from As Farpas (Novembro a Dezembro 1882), by Ortigao & Queiroz
  • Sleep consists in the abolition of all voluntary power, both over our muscular motions and our ideas; for we neither walk nor reason in sleep. Cited from The Botanic Garden. Part II., by Erasmus Darwin
  • The S.N.A program calls for the abolition of all private or commercial media and supports its replacement by state information sources.
  • Some intransigent rebels called for democratic control over the Commune, and even the abolition of all "heads."
  • The priests and conspirators told the native soldiers that it was only a step toward the abolition of all their rites and customs. Cited from Modern India, by William Eleroy Curtis
  • Is public opinion to-day inclined to be any more favourable to the legal abolition of all scientific experimentation upon animals than it was a third of a century ago? Cited from An Ethical Problem, by Albert Leffingwell
  • The Soviet victory in the civil war in 1922 led to an immediate abolition of all non-communist scout activities in this region.
  • Desperate of finding relief from a free course of justice, I look forward to the abolition of all credit, as the only other remedy which can take place. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
  • Should this take place, and the spirit of emigration once seize those people, perhaps an abolition of all duty might then come too late to stop, what it would now easily prevent. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
  • It is very unfortunate that many people misconstrue this result of the organization of labor as a move toward the abolition of all social ranks and grades. Cited from Monopolies and the People, by Charles Whiting Baker
  • At the same time he sought middle ground between the antivivisection societies which called for the abolition of all experimentation and those who rejected any restraints.
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