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But you may say: "This is abolishing a great deal; you are getting rid of botany and zoology to begin with."
SCIENCE AND EDUCATIONTHOMAS H. HUXLEY
The former continued firm in their demands, and peace was only re-established by abolishing the obnoxious officials.
By abolishing them the Parliament of Paris was threatening the unity of the whole internal administration.
The muzzling order and quarantine has been the means of abolishing this deadly malady from England.
SPORTING DOGSFRANK TOWNEND BARTON
There has been talk this year of abolishing a private training-house and table for this green varsity.
And he was a reformer, who believed that by abolishing beer he could abolish the poverty of the poor—and acted accordingly.
THE PRICE OF LOVEARNOLD BENNETT
The Act for abolishing this method of punishment was not passed until June 30, 1837.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Instead of abolishing war, the Conference described its abolition as beyond the power of man to compass.
Naturally the carriers in abolishing such fine distinctions, grade upward rather than downward.
So it is also in the matter of abolishing and maintaining religion for the people.

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