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repeal

an instance or the process of repealing; annulment
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1982) ("Generally, the presence of a general repealer
The conspiracy is that contemporaries and historians committed a conscious act of national amnesia in suppressing the role of "repealers" in the reign of James II.
Thus, the repealer movement in England might be said to have had Scottish origins.
repealer of land-use regulation as it applies to churches.
(32) In response to Illinois Brick, California and many other states passed Illinois Brick "repealer statutes," amending their state antitrust laws specifically to allow indirect purchasers to sue.
Door #3: One might plausibly take the position that a state application conditioned on the convention being limited is invalid as a convention application but valid as a repealer of earlier, unrestricted applications--that a state's adoption of a "limited-only" application displays an intention thereby to rescind any earlier "general" application.
Many of the contents are about fighting for freedom, but there's a blend of old imagery and much more contemporary material, including a musical item, 'The Repealer's Trumpet Call'--an instrumental setting for four trumpets, drum, and 'Band'.
68, [section] 1305.35(a)(2) (2007) (physician must be present onsite at least once a month) (there is a proposed repealer being considered currently); Mo.
It may, perhaps, be thought, that in proving that the Repeal of the Corn-Laws would not lead to a reduction of wages, I have, as a Corn-Law Repealer, proved too much for my purpose, as one of the most common arguments in favour of a change in the existing law is founded upon the assistance which a fall of wages would afford to our manufactures, in enabling them to complete with their foreign rivals.
STATE Following Leegin, "many states are reevaluating their legal oversight over RPM arrangements and considering whether state law may treat them as per se illegal." (46) Effective October 2009, Maryland became the first state to adopt a "Leegin repealer"--a statute expressly rejecting application of Leegin to the Maryland Antitrust Act.
4 (2004): 45-51; and Patrick Maume, "Repelling the Repealer: William McComb's Caricatures of Daniel O'Connell," History Ireland 13, no.
If the legislation does not contain such a repealer, the courts will attempt to harmonize the subsequent legislation with the UCC: and should the conflict between the two be irreconcilable, courts will find that the Code governs." (footnote omitted)).