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Polls suggest that a lot of voters currently don’t know what cancel culture is — and that’s true even among Republicans, despite the party’s elites talking about cancel culture nonstop.
What we now call cancel culture is the contentious nature of a free society wrestling with the respectable parameters of public speech.
A lease made by a minor is not void, but he may avoid or cancel it by some positive act.
Does a debtor who turns over a note to his creditor in payment, thereby cancel the debt?
Either of the parties might cancel the bond, but only after a formal and public notice of his intentions.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
Mendelssohn wanted to cancel the excommunication on the ground that the church has no rights in civil matters.
The Law does not cancel the promise, but faith in the promised Christ cancels the Law.
If you bring back a good report, perhaps we can cancel out certain—unfortunate items in your record.
DERELICTALAN EDWARD NOURSE
Their delinquency, it is true, does not cancel hers, but it offers some slight degree of extenuation.
Charles had one great virtue which seems to us at times to cancel most of his vices—a fine sense of humour.

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