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Definition of Abrogator

Abrogator
Abrogator Ab"ro*ga`tor, n. One who repeals by authority.

Meaning of Abrogator from wikipedia

- Abrogation may refer to: The abolition or repeal of a law, institution, custom, etc. abrogatio, the Latin term for legal annulment under Roman law Abrogation...
- opposing the content of the deal, he would attempt to enforce it rather than abrogate it. However, in a speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee...
- Jerusalem as the direction of prayer (qibla).[citation needed] Verse: Q.24:2 Abrogator: For those unwilling to countenance the existence of a "lost" āyat al-rajm...
- home, the U.S.S.R. announced its plan to sign a treaty with East Berlin, abrogating any third-party occupation rights in either sector of the city. Depressed...
- to draw attention to the fact that this Missal was never juridically abrogated and, consequently, in principle, was always permitted." — Pope Benedict...
- aid. North Korea initially threatened to sever all ties, to completely abrogate the previous pact of non-aggression, and to expel all South Koreans from...
- 1901, Britain and the United States signed the Hay–Pauncefote Treaty, abrogating the Clayton–Bulwer Treaty, which had prevented the United States from...
- Chancellor of Germany on 30 January 1933. After the Reichstag fire, a decree abrogated basic civil rights and within w****s the first **** concentration camp...
- such interventions represent unnecessary coercion of individuals and abrogation of their economic freedom. Anarcho-capitalists s**** complete elimination...
- Minister Vyacheslav Molotov informed Tokyo of the Soviet Union's unilateral abrogation of the Soviet–****anese Neutrality Pact on August 5. At two minutes past...
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