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Revoke

To annul or make void by recalling or taking back; to cancel, rescind, repeal, or reverse.

revoke

v. to annul or cancel an act, particularly a statement, document, or promise, as if it no longer existed. Thus, a person can revoke a will or revoke an offer to enter into a contract, and government agency can revoke a license. (See: revocation)

revoke

verb abjure, abolish, abrogare, abrogate, annul, cancel, countermand, counterorder, declare null and void, disannul, discard, disclaim, dismiss, dissolve, expunge, make void, negate, nullify, override, prohibit, quash, recant, remove, renege, renounce, renuntiare, repeal, rescind, rescindere, retract, reverse, revert, suppress, suspend, vacate, vitiate, void, wipe out, withdraw
Associated concepts: dependent relative revocation, revoke a license, revoke a will
See also: abandon, abate, abolish, abrogate, adeem, annul, bear false witness, cancel, debar, defeat, disavow, discharge, discontinue, disinherit, disown, dissolve, extinguish, invalidate, kill, negate, nullify, override, overrule, prohibit, proscribe, recall, recant, refuse, renege, repeal, repudiate, rescind, terminate, vacate, void, withdraw
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As discussed in the previous Part, in twenty-three percent of all revocations, the parolee was prosecuted by the state and convicted of a new crime, returning to prison with a new sentence.
prison revocation, especially those probationers who had only
Securities and Exchange Commission its preliminary consent revocation statement in response to the preliminary consent solicitation statement filed with the SEC late last week by various affiliates of Avalon Correctional Services, Inc.
Additional Information Regarding the Consent Revocation Solicitation and Where to Find It
While motivated by the need to allow revocations and elections consistent with the provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the provisions of more universal concern are those defining which status changes may permit revocations and elections in accident, health and group-term life.
ABC investigators and LASD deputies today posted the liquor license revocation notice on the front of De Carlos Lounge, 3815 Hammel Street in East Los Angeles.
The revocations do not affect the raw product tolerances for these pesticides, which may continue to be used on the affected food crops.
This communication may be deemed a "solicitation" under the rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission in connection with the solicitation of the revocation of agent designations in connection with the attempt by Upek, Inc.
To follow the recommendation of Glass Lewis, stockholders should not sign any white consent card sent to them by Davidson Kempner but should instead sign and return the BLUE Consent Revocation Card, which the Company will shortly be mailing to stockholders.
OTCBB:SUTM) today announced that it has filed a Preliminary Consent Revocation Statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Motient Corporation intends to file a Proxy Statement or Consent Revocation Statement on Schedule 14A with the SEC.
The consents, as well as all revocations of consents received by the Company, will be sent to IVS, the independent inspector of elections, for a preliminary tabulation.