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Sentence count:53+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-24Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: abolishannulcancelinvalidateoverrulerecallrepealrescindretractwithdrawAntonym: decideSimilar words: invokeprovokerevolvingirrevocablerevolve aroundrevolutionaryjokepokeMeaning: [rɪ'vəʊk]  n. the mistake of not following suit when able to do so. v. 1. fail to follow suit when able and required to do so 2. annul by recalling or rescinding. 
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1 The university may revoke my diploma.
2 Remarriage would revoke all previous wills.
3 New powers to refuse wastes and revoke licences are potentially powerful weapons in controlling the movement and safe disposal of wastes.
4 An executive order to revoke federal contracts of businesses that hire illegal workers.
5 A testator can revoke his will at any time during his life.
6 The court then has wide powers to revoke or suspend the approval, or give directions as to further meetings.
7 They can interfere with existing uses and revoke a permission already given, even if the development has actually been carried out.
8 The Disciplinary Tribunal may revoke recognition where there has been a breach of the Rules or other conduct requirements.
9 The Board has the power to revoke the licence of any bank to take deposits.
10 We hereby revoke the agreement of May 8, 2004.
11 The intention to revoke a will.
12 Revoke the advanced security privileges from the current user.
13 Could not revoke login access from'% s '.
14 Revoke resolutions reached at legal meetings.
15 Article 20 A testator may revoke or alter a will he previously made.
16 GRANT and REVOKE statement syntax is different for sequences, procedures and functions in Oracle 10g and DB2 z/OS 9.1.
17 A testator may revoke or alter a will he previously made.
18 Dissolution of marriage may revoke, or otherwise affect the operation of, the will of party.
19 Cannot grant, deny or revoke permissions to or from special roles.
20 Failure by the parole system to learn of felony convictions and to revoke paroles.
21 The plaintiff can now impose conditions upon or even revoke the permission it has granted.
22 If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself,[www.Sentencedict.com] but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment. Marcus Aurelius 
23 Where all parties consent, the court may make, vary or revoke directions without the need for attendance at court.
24 They can be issued traffic and parking tickets, and the State Department can revoke their vehicle registration or license.
25 Any ill thing I said to you I now take back, any harm I meant to you I hereby revoke.
26 This view may have been the impetus behind the annual congressional attempts to revoke most-favored nation trade status.
27 The main assembly of the Palestine Liberation Organization voted to revoke clauses in its charter that called for an armed struggle to destroy Israel.
28 The competent foreign trade department under the State Council may revoke the foreign trade business license.
29 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs may authorize other agencies to revoke or invalidate a visa.
30 Bail for Xiao Li Shan and Wu Jiu Hua, the two former Collum managers, has been reinstated after the pair successfully appealed last week against a decision to revoke it.
More similar words: invokeprovokerevolvingirrevocablerevolve aroundrevolutionaryjokepokesmokestrokebrokerbespokedevourspokesmanevolvedevoteevolutionRev.malevolentdevolutionbenevolentmalevolencemalevolentlyrevertfor everrevampreviewrevealpreventprevail
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