abolishment

  • 1 abolishment — abolishment, abolition Both words date from the 16c and have been used principally with reference to concepts and institutions such as authority, laws, beliefs, feelings, and sins. In the 18c and 19c, abolition took on special meanings relating… …

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  • 2 Abolishment — A*bol ish*ment ( ment), n. [Cf. F. abolissement.] The act of abolishing; abolition; destruction. Hooker. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 abolishment — I noun abatement, annulment, cancellation, cessation, close, completeness, conclusion, culmination, discontinuance, dissolution, elimination, end, expiration, extinguishment, finality, finish, termination II index abolition, ademption, annulment …

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  • 4 abolishment — noun see abolish …

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  • 5 abolishment — See abolishable. * * * …

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  • 6 abolishment — noun The act of abolishing; abolition; destruction …

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  • 7 abolishment — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun An often formal act of putting an end to: abolition, abrogation, annihilation, annulment, cancellation, defeasance, invalidation, negation, nullification, voidance. Law: avoidance, extinguishment. See CONTINUE …

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  • 8 abolishment — É™bÉ‘lɪʃmÉ™nt /É™bÉ’l n. annulment, nullification, abrogation, cancellation, elimination …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 9 abolishment — abol·ish·ment …

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  • 10 abolishment — See abolish …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 11 abolishment — See abolish …

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  • 12 abolishment — noun the act of abolishing a system or practice or institution (especially abolishing slavery) the abolition of capital punishment • Syn: ↑abolition • Derivationally related forms: ↑abolish, ↑abolitionary (for: ↑abolition), ↑ …

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  • 13 Hungarian fees abolishment referendum, 2008 — A referendum on revoking government reforms which introduced doctor visit fees paid per visitation and medical fees paid per number of days spent in hospital as well as tuition fees in higher education took place in Hungary on 9 March 2008.The… …

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  • 14 abolition — abolishment, abolition Both words date from the 16c and have been used principally with reference to concepts and institutions such as authority, laws, beliefs, feelings, and sins. In the 18c and 19c, abolition took on special meanings relating… …

    Modern English usage

  • 15 Military Frontier — Militärgrenze Vojna granica / Vojna krajina Војна граница / Војна крајина Graniţă militară Határőrvidék military province of the Habsburg Monarchy …

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  • 16 History of Shintō Musō-ryū — is a traditional ( koryū ) school of the Japanese martial art of jōjutsu , the art of handling the Japanese short staff ( jō ). The art was created with the purpose of defeating a swordsman in combat using the jō , with an emphasis on proper… …

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  • 17 Nexum — was a debt bondage contract in the early Roman Republic. The debtor pledged his person as collateral should he default on his loan. Nexum was abolished by the Lex Poetelia Papiria in 326 BC. Contents 1 The contract 2 Abolishment 3 See also …

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  • 18 History of Western civilization — The history of Western civilization traces its roots back to Classical Antiquity and continues to the present era in Europe, North America, Australia, and New ZealandAntiquity (before AD 500)The opposition of an European West to an Asiatic East… …

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  • 19 Schengen Agreement — The term Schengen Agreement is used for two agreements concluded among European states in 1985 and 1990 which deal with the abolition of systematic border controls among the participating countries. By the Treaty of Amsterdam, the two agreements… …

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  • 20 Nobility in the Kingdom of Hungary — The front page of the Tripartitum, the law book summarizing the privileges of the nobility in the kingdom The origin of the nobility in the Kingdom of Hungary can be traced to the Magyar conquest of Pannonia in the 9th century, and it developed… …

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