abolishment

[ uh-bol-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF abolishment

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It indicates the way, too, for the abolishment of the peculiar institution of Utah.

The Edmunds bill is a step towards the abolishment of polygamy.

Half for the temple and half for himself; and the abolishment of the seven leopards.

Whenever you hear of a Clancy obstructin' the abolishment of existin' governments you may notify me by return mail.'

It was evident that this Assembly must take a definite position with reference to the question of the abolishment of slavery.

The Constitution provides for the establishment of new ministries and the abolishment or combining of old ones.

In this country, as we shall see directly, laws for its abolishment were passed at a very early date.

They did not ask for the abolishment of classification based upon merit, age or experience.

The next serious blow to romance was the abolishment of elections, and the appointment of officers.

He had explored the Fleet with the purpose of lending what aid he could toward its abolishment.

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