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renounce

Rare a failure to follow suit in a card game
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This has led to the renouncement of titles, medals, and financial sponsorship of athletes found to have been using prohibited substances during competition.
The statement pointed out that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, based on Sudan's distinguished fraternal relations with both the sisterly countries and its high appreciation for their great role in the Arab and African issues, declares its support for this initiative and the holding of constructive dialogue between the two brotherly countries to fold the page of disagreement and to start in the prospects of fruitful relationship and all that would strengthen the Arab solidarity as well as the cooperation between brothers and renouncement of division and difference.
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Therefore, the phenomenon of resistance to change requires special attention from those who initiate change, because any change is a renouncement from stability, which, associated with the impossibility of controlling the future announced by change, can cause uncertainty, dissatisfaction, discontent and, last but not least, anxiety.
An earlier renouncement of stare decisis occurred in Johnson v.
While a recent report on the quick success of the party published in Dawn.com shows the party leader, Khadim Rizvis insistence on letting the courts do their investigation into matters relating to renouncement, he later expresses reservation on Shariah Courts being subservient to other courts.
For example, a number of prison systems now maintain a broader range of policies and programs that encourage disengagement from gangs to exit from restrictive housing, including segregation diversion, gang renouncement, step-down and debriefing.
The task force proposed that the renouncement of the veto should be mutual, voluntary, and informal; that it would be applicable unless three P5 members agree to veto a given resolution; and that the General Assembly should have a role.
It only becomes a matter of ethics for de Man by virtue of an aberrant substitution inscribed in the metaphors of renouncement and sacrifice.
The priest posted on his Facebook account a prayer entitled the 'Renouncement of the Occult and All-Powers and Practices Derived From It.'