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Definition of Abstained

Abstain
Abstain Ab*stain", v. t. To hinder; to withhold. Whether he abstain men from marrying. --Milton.

Meaning of Abstained from wikipedia

- expedient to vote according to his or her conscience. A person may also abstain when they do not feel adequately informed about the issue at hand, or has...
- of the temperance movement and the author of The Pledge: "We agree to abstain from all liquors of an intoxicating quality whether ale, porter, wine or...
- December 23, 2016, under the Obama Administration, the United States abstained from United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, which condemned...
- Falwell Jr., Ralph Reed, Michele Bachmann, and Robert Jeffress. Trump abstains from alcohol, a reaction to his older brother Fred Trump Jr.'s alcoholism...
- electoral votes tallying 267; however, one of Gore's pledged electors abstained, rendering the official tally at 266). Bush was the first person to win...
- Google has grown. A major hub for critics of Google in order to organize to abstain from using Google products is the Reddit page for the subreddit /r/****ogle...
- United Nations Security Council Resolution 478 (20 August 1980; 14–0, U.S. abstaining) declared the Jerusalem Law "null and void" and called on member states...
- under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act, in a vote of 298 to 56. Labour MPs abstained from the vote. 9 September: The Government again loses an attempt to call...
- and fitness enthusiast, he became more so after his father's death. He abstained from hard liquor, adopted a more rigorous health regime, and sought to...
- festivals or occasions. Observant Hindus who do eat meat almost always abstain from beef. The cow in Hindu society is traditionally identified as a caretaker...
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