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revocation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Law
revocationrev‧o‧ca‧tion /ˌrevəˈkeɪʃən/ noun [countable, uncountable] formal  SCLPGthe act of revoking a law, decision, or agreementrevoke
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revocationOnly if its many controls fail will the ultimate sanction, i.e. revocation of the disposal licence, be invoked.Those politicians who called for revocation of the tags already enjoyed overwhelming black support.Such a deemed Transfer Notice shall not in any circumstances be capable of revocation.There was a hint that the threat of revocation had been used in this and other communications with difficult councils.And parole officers sometimes choose not to recommend revocation.
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