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Attorney General Merrick Garland urged Abbott to rescind the order one day after it was announced, calling it contrary to federal law.

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This week, more than 150 athletes, educators and activists signed a letter, asking the IOC to go further, including rescinding the ban on medal stand protest.

The legislature eventually rescinded the cuts on a bipartisan vote.

State officials rescinded their request to end the program after the court issued an order earlier this month to temporarily block Hogan’s directive.

In a Union-Tribune op-ed, Stephen Johnson, a Coronado High School alum, wrote that the school board should “rescind the firing of the coach and it and the principal should publicly apologize.”

Would the Democrats rescind those rights if they were to return to power?

The Obama administration called the decision regarding E1 unhelpful and pressed Israel to rescind it.

How many votes to re-allow insurers to rescind policies when they discover a pre-existing condition?

Health plans cannot rescind your policy if you get “too” sick.

Unless America is going to rescind that policy–not a chance, really–the planes were going to go to Israel sooner or later.

Hillsborough ordered the Massachusetts assembly to rescind its circular letter.

The delegation did not rescind the resolution; the Convention did not reverse it.

Next morning a few of the colonists assembled at the Agency House and vociferously demanded the Agent to rescind his order.

On the 6th of June directions to rescind the orders to capture Swedish ships were given.

Rescind′ment; Rescis′sion, the act of rescinding: the act of annulling or repealing.


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rescind, such as: abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, dismantle, and invalidate.

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