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abrogated

adjective  annulled, barred, declared null and void, defunct, deprived of power, eliminated, excluded, inactive, invalid, nullified, set aside, superseded, vacated, waived
See also: dead, defunct, inactive, invalid, lifeless, null, null and void, powerless
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Fourth, Provisional Constitution (Amendment) Order 2007, issued by him also abrogated, subverted and suspended the letter and spirit of various provisions of the constitution including it Part I and Part XI.
In explaining the provision, the report of the Committee simply stated that "Section 616 clarifies section 626 of Public Law 107-77 that the Algiers Accord is abrogated for the purposes of providing a cause of action for the Iranian hostages.
An adoption could be abrogated when it did not serve a child's interests, but not because a marriage had ended.
He is demanding that President Kamisese Mara step down, the 1997 Constitution be abrogated and an indigenous Fijian be installed as prime minister.
In accordance with the text, the nine specific Directives covered - Directives 79/113/EEC, 84/532/EEC, 84/533/EEC, 84/534/EEC, 84/535/EEC, 84/566/EEC, 84/537/EEC, 84/538/EEC and 86/662/EEC - are abrogated by the new Directive.
1 motion that abrogated the air pact with Taiwan, but stressed the second resolution specifically prohibits Taiwanese carriers China Airlines and Eva Air from carrying on with "abuses" committed under the 1996 agreement.
These covenants are grounded in the universal and cosmic covenant with Noah, which has never been abrogated.
It just means that the popular vote of the people should not be abrogated for this conduct when the people clearly believe that this conduct does not warrant that abrogation.
If Professor Wedgwood provided any explanation of how the United States obtained the legal authority to decide unilaterally that a Security Council resolution was abrogated or suspended, the author of the article fails to mention it.
The Fifth Circuit explained that its practice has been to allow taxpayers to rely on published revenue rulings--even rulings that have been abrogated, provided they were not revoked because they were contrary to the Code in determining the tax treatment of their transactions, as long as the facts and circumstances were substantially the same as those that prompted the ruling and the law was unclear.
Theirs is rather the result of an abrogated social contract, which, at least in the collective case, ought to be amenable to remedy by state action.
President Clinton confirmed he wants the treaty enforced, not abrogated.