cancellation

[ kan-suh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cancellation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANCELLATION

We demanded a cancellation of all debts and that our enemies be banished or punished.

War, it was reasoned, would cause the cancellation of these obligations.

This is good as a review of cancellation, and as an extension of the idea of a fraction.

And a worse penalty might be inflicted, the cancellation of my shooting-licence.

The noise, though, told him that there'd been no cancellation of orders so far.

The method of cancellation used in that country is crude but effective.

I had called him and told him that I would recommend the cancellation of that parade.

A woman cannot contract another marriage within six months from the dissolution or cancellation of her former marriage.

Without leaving the cancellation of the shadowed wall he spoke with a caution that equaled her own.

It also stipulated for the cancellation of the patent in certain eventualities.

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