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renounce

Rare a failure to follow suit in a card game
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L Peiris said that in April Rajapaksa had submitted all the relevant documents to the US State Department to renounce his US citizenship.
Under the old Constitution, anyone in that position had until the age of 23 to renounce the other citizenship, and if they did not, ceased to be Kenyan.
class="font-size--16 MsoNormalUpon appointment, an individual must renounce their second citizenship before taking up the job.
Summary: Surat (Gujarat) [India], May 29 (ANI): Khushi Shah, a 12-year-old girl from Surat, has decided to renounce worldly pleasures and embrace monkhood here.
So what happens there is every time you file a certificate of candidacy, there is a little oath there that you renounce your allegiance to any other country and you affirm your allegiance to your country,' Manzano said in an interview over ANC's 'Headstart.'
Born a Jew, 145 years ago this week, he renounced his religion of birth, converted to Roman Catholicism, only to renounce that faith in turn.
Baghdad / NINA /- President of the Republic Barham Saleh and Head of Al-Nasr Coalition Haider Abadi stressed the need for concerted efforts of all to give priority to the national interest and renounce differences.
It held that in terms of Article 63(1): 'A person who holds dual citizenship, but wishes to be elected or chosen to become parliamentarian has to renounce citizenship of foreign state first, otherwise he would be disqualified to be elected, if at the time of submitting his/her nomination paper, he or she was holding citizenship of foreign state.'
The State Registration Service is aimed to issue passports and register them, it does not have the right to renounce citizenship, the attorney told a press conference in AKIpress on October 8.
This led Einstein to decide to renounce his citizenship.
Sportswoman Silvija Mitevska in Nova Makedonija, says that research shows that over 70% of children renounce organize sports before reaching the age of 13.
Sergei Skripal has not forfeited his Russian citizenship, nor did he renounce it and has the right to communicate with the Russian consul, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced at Wednesday's press briefing,TASSreports.