revoke

  • 41 Revoke — Failure to follow suit when possible; failure to play a card as required by a law of correct procedure, or by a proper penalty …

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  • 42 revoke — see VOCATION …

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  • 43 revoke — v. & n. v. 1 tr. rescind, withdraw, or cancel (a decree or promise etc.). 2 intr. Cards fail to follow suit when able to do so. n. Cards the act of revoking. Derivatives: revocable adj. revocability n. revocation n. revocatory adj. revoker n.… …

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  • 44 revoke one's license to practice law — index disbar Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 45 revoke a charter — cancel a charter, revoke a pact, annul a covenant …

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  • 46 revoke a law — repeal a law …

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  • 47 revoke a license — withdraw a license, cancel the validity of a license …

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  • 48 revoke a promise — take back a promise, cancel a promise …

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  • 49 revoke an agreement — cancel an agreement …

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  • 50 Revoked — Revoke Re*voke , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Revoked};p. pr. & vb. n. {Revoking}.] [F. r[ e]voquer, L. revocare; pref. re re + vocare to call, fr. vox, vocis, voice. See {Voice}, and cf. {Revocate}.] 1. To call or bring back; to recall. [Obs.] [1913… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 51 Revoking — Revoke Re*voke , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Revoked};p. pr. & vb. n. {Revoking}.] [F. r[ e]voquer, L. revocare; pref. re re + vocare to call, fr. vox, vocis, voice. See {Voice}, and cf. {Revocate}.] 1. To call or bring back; to recall. [Obs.] [1913… …

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  • 52 revocable — revoke re‧voke [rɪˈvəʊk ǁ ˈvoʊk] verb [transitive] LAW to officially state that a law, official document, agreement etc is no longer effective: • We had no alternative but to revoke the contract. revocable adjective : • Four events are mentioned… …

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  • 53 revocation — revoke re‧voke [rɪˈvəʊk ǁ ˈvoʊk] verb [transitive] LAW to officially state that a law, official document, agreement etc is no longer effective: • We had no alternative but to revoke the contract. revocable adjective : • Four events are mentioned… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 54 repeal a law — revoke a law, cancel a law, annul a law …

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  • 55 revocable — revoke ► VERB ▪ end the validity or operation of (a decree, decision, or promise). DERIVATIVES revocable adjective revocation noun revoker noun. ORIGIN Latin revocare call back …

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  • 56 revocation — revoke ► VERB ▪ end the validity or operation of (a decree, decision, or promise). DERIVATIVES revocable adjective revocation noun revoker noun. ORIGIN Latin revocare call back …

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  • 57 revoker — revoke ► VERB ▪ end the validity or operation of (a decree, decision, or promise). DERIVATIVES revocable adjective revocation noun revoker noun. ORIGIN Latin revocare call back …

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  • 58 Aboli — Revoke yon lwa sitwayen yon peyi, yon zòn te konnen obeyi, yon lwa ki te aktif. Kèk fwa, menm lwa ki aboli lòt la tou pwofite ranplase li …

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  • 59 Alcatraz coup — The Alcatraz coup is named after the U.S. Federal penitentiary once located on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay. It is not a true coup in the sense of a particularly skillful or spectacular play of the cards; rather, to use the term coup of… …

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  • 60 Laws of Duplicate Contract Bridge — is the official rule book of contract bridge promulgated by the World Bridge Federation. The first Laws of Duplicate Contract Bridge were published in 1928. They were successively revised in 1933, 1935, 1943, 1949, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1997 and 2007 …

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