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Officials, however, nullified the play after ruling Fuente had called timeout as the ball was being snapped.

A former vow or promise is not nullified by a latter that contradicteth it.

A Christian DirectoryBaxter Richard

On the contrary, it is a shame to our country that they have been allowed so long to be nullified.

Indeed, had his views been carried through, they would in the end have nullified all the good bestowed by the Union.

Gouverneur MorrisTheodore Roosevelt

This letter flattered Gerry's vanity and nullified Adams's prudent advice to him given a few days later.

The spirit of commercial jealousy, however, kept them apart and nullified their power.

In water, human mental activity is nullified; in bread and wine it attains self-satisfaction.

Any decision of the supreme courts of the Union in regard to the subject of this resolution was nullified in advance.

But he was also annoyed that his loan of the money to Braddock should have been, so to speak, nullified by the loss of the mummy.

The Green MummyFergus Hume

Their eight years of friendship and love, THE eight years of his life, were nullified.

Sons and LoversDavid Herbert Lawrence

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