the state of being cancelled or annulled
(law) a formal termination (of a relationship or a judicial proceeding etc)
abrogation, repeal, annulment(noun)
the act of abrogating; an official or legal cancellation
An act or instance of annulling.
A state of having been annulled.
An invalidation of something, especially a legal contract
A legal (notably judicial) declaration that a marriage is invalid; the procedure leading to it.
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How to use annulment in a sentence?
We achieved a 40 percent annulment of the original decision, which means $700 million less, but they're ordering us to pay around $1 billion, we've presented a proposal to OXY ... and with this final decision we'll continue to negotiate.
Catholic schools in general allow teachers to be divorced without an annulment, or let teachers be on the pill or let men get a vasectomy ... there are so many examples.
The ACLU is hopeful that the Superior Court will apply established legal principles to allow annulment of adoptions by same-sex couples who that they can finally partake of their constitutional right to marry.
Today, we remember the Nigerian workers, who were massacred at Iva Valley Coal mines, gunned down at Burutu, bludgeoned and buffeted in many other parts of the country as they fought for the untrammelled freedom and prosperity of their fatherland. Today we remember the Nigerian workers and students who lost their lives during the struggle against the June 12 annulment and the gallant struggle against the military dictatorships during the dark days of the post-colonial history of our nation. Today, we remember those who lost their lives in the various struggles against the various harsh and anti-people policies since the advent of this democracy in May 1999.
Of course, I want an annulment, but now that I have a child, it's no longer my priority.
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- анулиране, отмянаBulgarian
- annullering, annullationDanish
- ανάκληση, ακύρωσηGreek
- mitätöiminen, kumoaminen, täystuhoFinnish
- herroeping, annulering, ontbinding, annulatie, tenietdoening, nietigverklaring, annullering, vernietigingDutch
- abolicja, unieważnienie, anulowanie, skasowaniePolish
- invalidare, anulareRomanian
- упраздне́ние, отме́на, аннули́рованиеRussian
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