Definition of Abeyancy. Meaning of Abeyancy. Synonyms of Abeyancy

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Definition of Abeyancy

Abeyancy
Abeyancy A*bey"an*cy, n. Abeyance. [R.] --Hawthorne.

Meaning of Abeyancy from wikipedia

- Abeyance (from the Old French abeance meaning "gaping") is a state of expectancy in respect of property, titles or office, when the right to them is not...
- resurrected an all-but-forgotten law called the "Distraint of Knighthood", in abeyance for over a century, which required any man who earned £40 or more from...
- 2012. BBC History of the Cold War. The Naval Quarantine of Cuba, 1962: Abeyance and Negotiation, 31 October – 13 November (Report). Department of the Navy...
- Bibulus Succeeded by Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus Aulus Gabinius In abeyance Title last held by Sulla in 81 BC Dictator of the Roman Republic 49 BC...
- / OC ENS LTJG LT LCDR CDR CAPT RDML RADM VADM ADM FADM1 AN1 1 Ranks in abeyance. Appointments no longer made to these ranks in peacetime. Note 1: Pin-on...
- abandoned, repudiated, or put in abeyance. These include: the law of consecration also known as the United Order (put in abeyance by the LDS Church in the 19th...
- fell into abeyance between the Earl's five daughters, Lady Katherine, Lady Anne, Lady Isabel, Lady Margaret and Lady Mary. It remained in abeyance until 1734...
- Uniforms). For officers (see also Royal Navy officer rank insignia): 1 Rank in abeyanceroutine appointments no longer made to this rank, though honorary awards...
- dukedom p****ed to a cousin yet the three Arlington/Thetford titles fell into abeyance under the principle of moieties between his two sisters, neither of whom...
- substantial returns in the next 250 years, although initially it was held in abeyance. The Stationers' Company was deeply alarmed by the threat to its trade...
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