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B receives the letter of revocation five minutes after mailing his acceptance.

Immediate revocation—even if revocation would be more effective by postponement—is the impulse of young wounded natures.

Desperate RemediesThomas Hardy

One of his ancestors, at the imminent risk of exile, had boldly opposed the revocation of the Edict of Nantes.

Which?Ernest Daudet

Now, sir, in this letter, I see neither the form nor the substance of a revocation.

See also, on the effects of the Revocation, Lettres indites de Voltaire, vol.

After that an arrangement for the revocation of the Orders in Council should be attempted.

The contract is valid since the letter of revocation was not received, until after the letter of acceptance was mailed.

Hence the large increase in the emigration from all parts of France immediately after the Act of Revocation had been proclaimed.

If he did not reprobate and denounce the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, that was rather of the age than of Bourdaloue.

Classic French Course in EnglishWilliam Cleaver Wilkinson

"The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes was decreed," he went on.

The Commission in LunacyHonore de Balzac

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