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Fouquet thought Aramis was right, that this newly-arrived was a king as pure in his race as the other, and that, for having repudiated all participation in this
The said Concession Agreement was unlawfully repudiated by the Government of Maldives and Maldives Airport Company Limited on 29th November 2012 alleging that the same was void ab initio and initiated an international arbitration.
State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland said, "The language that we've seen is deeply offensive," adding "we think that these comments should be repudiated, and they should be repudiated firmly.
Turkey has decided to ignore threats of an attack made by a senior Pasdar officer after the Iranian Foreign Ministry officially repudiated the general's remarks.
According to the details of claims, New Jubilee Insurance Company has only made payment under the Terrorism Insurance Policy while liability for payment under the other policies has been repudiated by New Jubilee Insurance Company Limited.
1 : to refuse to have anything to do with <They repudiated their wayward son.
Washington -- Republican nominee John McCain has categorically rejected and repudiated any anti-Catholic statements made by televangelist John Hagee who had formally endorsed McCain.
Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey recently repudiated the movement, denouncing "Dobson and his gang of thugs" as "real nasty bullies.
Quinlan Terry has ploughed a lonely architectural furrow in an era during which the West largely repudiated its history in favour of spiritual emptiness, pseudo-sentimental supposedly 'caring' attitudes, vulgarity, and self-advertisement.
The odds of such a reversal at Wave 2 were elevated among adolescents who had initiated intercourse between interviews and among those who repudiated born again Christianity in the second interview.
As Goldwater repudiated Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon, so Santorum repudiates Goldwater and Ronald Reagan.
WITH the re-hiring of Lydia Kennard to head Los Angeles World Airports, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has, with a single action, repudiated his predecessor's grandiose scheme to massively expand Los Angeles International Airport.