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ˌæb əˈlɪʃ ənabo·li·tion

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  1. abolition, abolishmentnoun

    the act of abolishing a system or practice or institution (especially abolishing slavery)

    "the abolition of capital punishment"


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  1. abolitionnoun

    annulling, abrogation, destruction, abolishment, disestablishment, cancellation, extinction, nullification, rescission, revocation

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  1. Bill Hagerty:

    This is a national crisis, and DHS’s decision to involve the radical immigration views of an organization like CWS in the CMPP is outrageous and further underscores this Administration’s commitment to its open borders agenda. it is outrageous that after dismantling commonsense border security measures and unleashing a record-setting border crisis, Secretary Mayorkas has hired an organization that has openly called for the abolition of ICE—one of his own agencies.

  2. Scott Morrison:

    We advocate consistently for the abolition of the death penalty worldwide by every diplomatic avenue available to us, we will continue to provide Mr Gilespie with consular assistance and engage China on his case.

  3. Hkalam Samson:

    I don’t think anyone can say with any certainty what might happen over the next three days, what’s likely is that Myanmar’s veering towards its most acute constitutional crisis since the abolition of the old junta in 2010.

  4. Solomon B Taiwo:

    Learning about our history and diving deep in Enslaved, opened my eyes to a new way of thinking. Playing my character really inspired me – he was an author who had a role in the abolition of slavery and even signed the document.

  5. Jack Markell:

    We must publicly and candidly acknowledge the lasting damage of past sins – damage that continues to reverberate more than 150 years after the abolition of slavery.

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