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Sentence count:22+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-29Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: abrogateinterrogationderogativeprerogativeinterrogativederogatesurrogatederogatoryMeaning: [‚æbrəʊ'geɪʃn]  n. the act of abrogating; an official or legal cancellation. 
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1) China regrets the abrogation of the Anti - Ballistic Missile Treaty.
2) The mass demonstrations demanded his resignation, the abrogation of the socialist constitution, a national conference and a new constitution.
3) Abrogation of the bogus constitution.
4) Not the abrogation of the free market.
5) By the way, afore abrogation this accountable, I would like to add a few comments.
6) Ours is a generation that has witnessed the abrogation of the parent-child covenant.
7) Measures for the abrogation shall be stipulated by the State Council.
8) But people start worrying that the abrogation of National Day Holiday shall predicate the losing of furlough for the common people.
9) The abrogation of his privileges made him an ordinary people.
10) By the way, before abrogation this accountable, I would like to add a few comments.
11) The abrogation of death penalty embodies the humanization of law, but the humanization has no practically positive meaning in China in the present days.
12) This is a complete and utter abrogation of responsibility by the Congress which, as Sam Clemens noted, is our only native criminal class.
13) At the aspect of value, the abrogation of the death penalty is a problem that surmounts the space category, on the ultimate end meaning, China should rescind the death penalty.
14) The abrogation of compulsory celibacy showed the utter instability and lack of moral foundation of the sect.
15) The language background of the style of newspapers, which was based on modern media in the late Qing Dynasty, was the abrogation of stereotyped writing and the governing position of Tongcheng school.
16) One of the first conditions as a result of the Armistice was the complete abrogation of the treaty.
17) For business to say that this is government's job, and that they will cooperate with regulations but otherwise be passive in addressing this threat,[] is an abrogation of that responsibility.
18) In the Old Testament, for the coming of Christ in the flesh, and the abrogation of the Jewish economy.
19) These extreme acts frightened other colonists, who feared lest they point towards abolition of their own assemblies and the abrogation of fundamental rights as Englishmen.
20) In the abolition of such Biblical ordinances he laid down the principle of Abrogation which forms the basis of Islamic theology.
21) The specter of self-destruction can be ended only with the abrogation of the U. S.
22) Non-national legal units of measurements shall be abrogated . Measures for the abrogation shall be stipulated by the State Council.
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