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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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Adhoc spokesman Soeng Sen Karuna said the campaign to revoke fake documents was not a complete success as some officials involved in issuing false letters and documents to foreign nationals were not punished.
Asked whether revoking Article 50 would be considered an affront to democracy, he added: "No, I believe that if we revoke it we could then presumably have a General Election."
All concerned LGUs should immediately act on the findings of the DENR and LLDA and revoke or suspend the business permits they have issued," he said.
If you delete a message for everyone, but the recipient won't receive the revoke request within 13h, 8m, 16s (maybe because the phone was off), the message will **not** be revoked.
BEIRUT: Al-Liwaa newspaper Editor-in-Chief Salah Salam, who ran in this year's parliamentary elections, announced Monday his decision to revoke his appeal against the electoral process in the Beirut II district before the Constitutional Council.
WhatsApp is apparently testing the ability to "edit" or "revoke" messages that have already been sent, even if the person you sent it to has already received it.
KARACHI -- Mutahidda Qaumi Movement (MQM)-London has announced to revoke party membership of its Pakistan-based senior leader Farooq Sattar, who recently severed ties with MQM's London leadership.
I decided to revoke the remaining pardons that I issued on 12 April, the President of the Republic of Macedonia said Monday in a written statement.
Her mother, Jackie Rason, campaigned for a change in the law and this eventually led to the introduction of new powers - popularly known as Cassie's Law - which allowed the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) to revoke licences more quickly.
Kuwait City: A Kuwaiti appeals court on Tuesday overturned a decision by the Gulf country's government to revoke the citizenship of a former hardline opposition lawmaker and his family, his lawyer said.
This is further to the TRA's notice published on May 1 in the Official Gazette and on its website, whereby it informed all stakeholders of its intention to revoke the Individual Licence for International Telecommunications Services (ISL) awarded to Al Zubara on November 25, 2007 pursuant to the Telecommunications Law promulgated by Legislative Decree No (48) of 2002, asking for comments on the proposed revocation.
In August, MP Faisal Al Duwaisan asked the government to revoke the Kuwaiti citizenship of all people who obtained it illegally irrespective of whether they supported or opposed the policies of the government.