Definition of Abolishment. Meaning of Abolishment. Synonyms of Abolishment

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Definition of Abolishment

Abolishment
Abolishment A*bol"ish*ment (-ment), n. [Cf. F. abolissement.] The act of abolishing; abolition; destruction. --Hooker.

Meaning of Abolishment from wikipedia

- Abolition refers to the act of putting an end to something by law. It may refer to: The abolition of slavery The abolition of the death penalty, also called...
- Abolish ICE is a political movement that proposes abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The movement gained traction in June...
- In a 1999 referendum, the voters of Australia rejected a proposal to abolish their monarchy in favour of a specific republican model. The proposal was...
- services. Some organizations such as the Anarchist Black Cross s**** total abolishment of the prison system, without any intention to replace it with other...
- by the Allies. Furthermore, they declared that the Sultanate was to be abolished. The abolition of the Sultanate ended the Ottoman Empire. After hearing...
- capital punishment, 106 countries have completely abolished it de jure for all crimes, eight have abolished it for ordinary crimes (while maintaining it for...
- (Hangul: 시대유감, "Regret of the Times"), to which the fan backlash led to the abolishment of the Pre-censorship law in 1996. The group disbanded in 1996, with...
- heir. The constitution removed the monarchy's powers, without actually abolishing the office itself. The constitution created a People's Committee (คณะกรรมการราษฎร...
- Louis X of France who had abolished slavery within the Kingdom of France in 1315. He p****ed a law which would have abolished colonial slavery in 1542,...
- government in accordance with Enlightenment ideas. These included efforts to abolish serfdom, remove the taille, and increase tolerance toward non-Catholics...
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