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1. Both governments voted to abrogate the treaty.
2. The president abrogated an old law.
3. The rule has been abrogated by mutual consent.
4. This custom was abrogated years ago.
5. The treaty was abrogated in 1929.
6. The next prime minister could abrogate the treaty.
7. This basic right can not be abrogated by the decision of the parents[sentencedict.com/abrogate.html], the doctor or the State.
8. She willingly abrogates the power that knowledge gives in order to remain in ignorance.
9. The normal privilege against self-incrimination is abrogated by the terms of section 31 in such proceedings.
10. Telephone, n. An invention of the devil which abrogates some of the advantages of making a disagreeable person keep his distance. Ambrose Bierce
11. The government cannot just abrogate contracts.
12. The government cannot just abrogate abrogate contracts.
13. The government can not cannot just abrogate contracts.
14. There are contracts . The government cannot abrogate contracts.
15. The government can not cannot just abrogate abrogate contracts.
16. Both govements voted to abrogate the agreement.
17. A government may abrogate any unfair treaties.
18. Where application would abrogate rights guaranteed by Native American treaties.
19. When can we abrogate the national boundaries all over the world?
20. A later stature may abrogate an earlier law with which it conflicts.
21. S. announced its intention to abrogate several arms control agreements.
22. Largely as a result of these influential criticisms, the law was altered so that the requirement of intent was abrogated.
23. It was suggested that the mutual security treaty with Japan be abrogated.
24. But it is generally thought in the trade that the agreement has been abrogated by the Ivory Coast.
25. Connections which appear subsequently to have been falsely conceived are rarely abrogated, but are usually just conveniently forgotten.
26. Private chases created by tenants-in-chief since 1154 outside their own demesnes were likewise abrogated, in accordance with the provisions of the Forest Charter.
27. The pro-slavery compromise of the Constitution which required the rendition of fugitive slaves was abrogated.
28. We shall fulfil the pledge given by the Prime Minister in 1987 and abrogated every year since then.
29. But this man of the cloth would not abridge sermons calling on his abstemious parishioners to also abrogate human bondage.
30. We are a country of law. There are contracts. The government government cannot just abrogate contracts.
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