Definition of Repealer. Meaning of Repealer. Synonyms of Repealer

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Definition of Repealer

Repealer
Repealer Re*peal"er (-?r), n. One who repeals; one who seeks a repeal; specifically, an advocate for the repeal of the Articles of Union between Great Britain and Ireland.

Meaning of Repealer from wikipedia

- campaign for the repeal of a particular law gains particular momentum, an advocate of the repeal might become known as a "repealer". The Repeal ****ociation...
- On its failure by the late 1840s the Young Ireland movement developed. Repealer candidates contested the United Kingdom general election, 1832 in Ireland...
- A Liberal Repealer was a Liberal in Ireland, who supported the campaign of Daniel O'Connell for the repeal of the Act of Union 1801 and the re-creation...
- Repeal the repeal is the name of a campaign pushed by Bernalillo County Sheriff Darren White to reinstate the death penalty in the state of New Mexico...
- Irish Repealer politician and member of the United Kingdom Parliament. Member for Downpatrick 1806-7 and 1830-1832, MP for Dublin City (Repealer) 1832–1835...
- Great Repeal Bill may refer to two items of United Kingdom legislation: Great Repeal Bill (2008 proposal), Conservative proposal which fed into the Protection...
- The Second Statute of Repeal, an Act of the Parliament of England (1 & 2 Ph. & M. c. 8) p****ed in the Parliament of Queen Mary I and King Philip in 1555...
- previously restricted drugs such as opium, morphine and cocaine. The Act was repealed by the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. King, L A (2003). The misuse of drugs...
- 2009 received ****ent on 6 July, 2009 and ceased on 04 April, 2012 after repeal by the Financial Framework Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2012. OzCar...
- although the territory remained under control by Australia. The Act was repealed by the Papua New Guinea Independence Act 1975 which allowed for Papua New...