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  • 81renunciation — re·nun·ci·a·tion /ri ˌnən sē ā shən/ n: the act or practice of renouncing; specif: the act of refusing to continue to acknowledge, recognize, or be bound by a contract or obligation: repudiation Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam… …

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  • 82repudiation — re·pu·di·a·tion /ri ˌpyü dē ā shən/ n: the rejection or renunciation of a duty or obligation (as under a contract); esp: anticipatory repudiation ◇ A party aggrieved by a repudiation may consider a repudiated contract to have been breached and… …

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  • 83disallow — verb a) To refuse to allow The prisoners were disallowed to contact with a lawyer. b) To reject as invalid, untrue, or improper The goal was disallowe …

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  • 84FITZROY, Sir Charles Augustus (1796-1858) — governor of New South Wales son of General Lord Charles Fitzroy, second son of the third Duke of Grafton, was born on 10 May 1796. He entered the army and was gazetted lieutenant in 1812 and captain in 1820. He was promoted lieutenant colonel in… …

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  • 85Recognition of same-sex unions in the Australian Capital Territory — Legal recognition of same sex relationships Marriage Argentina Belgium Canada Iceland Netherlands Norway Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden …

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  • 86Executive pay — is financial compensation received by an officer of a firm, often as a mixture of salary, bonuses, shares of and/or call options on the company stock, etc. Over the past three decades, executive pay has risen dramatically beyond the rising levels …

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  • 87Peace, order, and good government — In many Commonwealth jurisdictions, the phrase peace, order and good government is an expression used in law to express the legitimate objects of legislative powers conferred by statute. The phrase appears in many Imperial Acts of Parliament and… …

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  • 88Parson’s Cause — Als Parson’s Cause (etwa „Rechtsstreit um die Pfaffen“) wurde eine langwierige juristische Auseinandersetzung um die Besoldung der anglikanischen Geistlichen in der damaligen britischen Kolonie Virginia in den Jahren 1758 bis 1763 bekannt.… …

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  • 89abjuration — I verb abandonment, defection, denial, disaffirmation, disallowance, disavowal, disclaimer, disclamation, disownment, forswearing, recall, recantation, rejection, renouncement, renunciation, repudiation, retraction, revocation, revokement… …

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  • 90limitation — lim·i·ta·tion n 1 a: restriction a limitation on the rights of ownership b: a statement or stipulation in a deed or will placing limits on the disposition of an estate or interest esp. in regard to duration or heirs see also word …

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  • 91veto — ve·to 1 / vē tō/ n pl ve·toes [Latin, I forbid, refuse assent to] 1: an authoritative prohibition 2 a: a power vested in a chief executive to prevent permanently or temporarily the enactment of measures passed by a legislature b: the exercise of… …

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  • 92refusal — I noun abjuration, abnegation, ban, debarment, declination, declinature, defiance, denial, disallowance, disapprobation, disapproval, disavowal, disclaimer, discountenance, enjoinment, exclusion, incompliance, interdiction, negation, negative… …

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  • 93restraint — re·straint /ri strānt/ n 1 a: an act or fact of restraining see also prior restraint b: the state of being restrained 2 a: a means of restraining b: a device that restricts movement (as of pri …

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  • 94disallow — dis·al·low /ˌdi sə lau̇/ vt 1: to deny the truth, force, or validity of disallow ed the deduction disallow a bankruptcy claim 2: to refuse to allow disallow payment of benefits dis·al·low·ance …

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  • 95embargo — em·bar·go 1 /im bär gō, em / n pl goes [Spanish, from embargar to bar] 1: an order of a government prohibiting the departure of commercial ships from its ports 2: a legal prohibition on commerce an embargo on arms shipments 3: an order by a… …

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  • 96abnegation — I noun abandonment, abjuration, declination, denial, disallowance, disavowal, disclaimer, forbearance, moderation, negation, nonacceptance, noncompliance, nonconsent, refusal, rejection, renouncement, renunciation, surrender, temperance,… …

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  • 97constraint — I (imprisonment) noun act of keeping in, apprehension, arrest, bondage, bonds, bounds, captivity, care, charge, commitment, confinement, containment, control, custodianship, custody, detainment, detention, encincture, enclosure, enthrallment,… …

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  • 98countermand — I noun abolishment, abolition, abrogation, annulment, ban, cancellation, counterorder, defeasance, disallowance, invalidation, nullification, prohibition, recall, recantation, repeal, repudiation, rescindment, rescission, retraction, reversal,… …

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  • 99disaffirmation — I noun abjuration, abjurement, contradiction, contravention, contraversion, declination, denial, disallowance, disavowal, disclaimer, disclamation, disowning, disownment, forswearing, negation, refusal, rejection, renunciation, repudiation,… …

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  • 100disapproval — I noun abhorrence, adverse comment, animadversion, censure, complaining, complaint, condemnation, contradiction, contravention, criticism, demurrer, demurring, denial, denouncement, denunciation, deprecation, detraction, difference, difference of …

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