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  • Info Revocation is the act of recall or annulment. more...
  • He, certainly, may now be a member, without revocation of the vote. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 6, by Samuel Johnson
  • On the other hand, this action had already been taken, and without any prospect of its revocation. Cited from Gilbertus Anglicus, by Henry Ebenezer Handerson
  • Doing so will result in revocation of carry permit and possible criminal charges.
  • Then they decide over again, after which there is another revocation. Cited from Maintaining Health, by R. L. Alsaker
  • Doing so will usually result in serious criminal charges, and permanent permit revocation.
  • He also suffered the revocation of all his awards, military degrees, and honors.
  • He then called for a revocation of federal funding to the University.
  • The president decides on the revocation of this authority and his return to the office.
  • The charter revocations represented nearly a third of the union's national membership.
  • Eleven years later he abandoned classical music which resulted in the revocation of his scholarship.
  • Most of these revocations have held up in court.
  • Take thou no joy in any passing dream Of revocation from their stainless state! Cited from Songs, Sonnets & Miscellaneous Poems, by Thomas Runciman
  • In its history, it has been awarded twenty times to twelve Soviet leaders and five foreign leaders, with one revocation.
  • I know not a single country worldwide where the central banks would warn about license revocation.
  • Enough for you that it has saved your child's future, and secured him his heritage past all revocation. Cited from Two Men of Sandy Bar, by Bret Harte
  • He also attacked the revocation of citizenship because of evil doing, while a native born was not affected.
  • The department continued to exist after the revocation, although its purview changed.
  • That monarch had, when he made that revocation, as few measures to keep with public opinion as any man. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VI. (of 12), by Burke
  • After this public decision, however, there remained an appeal for its revocation or confirmation. Cited from The Annals of the Cakchiquels, by Daniel G. Brinton
  • Revocation of an offer must be received and understood by the offeree before it comes into effect.
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Words starting with revocation

Meaning of revocation

  • noun The state of being cancelled or annulled
  • noun The act (by someone having the authority) of annulling something previously done
    the revocation of a law