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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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An Israeli minister called on Sunday for revoking the citizenship of anyone who incites against the Jewish state and laments its creation, the pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT reported Monday.
The remainder of TD 9205 involves new rules for revoking AIRC elections under Sec.
As a consequence, the eRA is revoking the Church's charitable status.
Within hours of receiving the letter revoking his membership, 18-year-old Greg Lattera, who also lost his job at a summer Boy Scout camp, said he called BSA executive William T.
An advisory panel to the National Police Agency (NPA) on Thursday proposed revoking the licenses of drunken drivers and drivers who cause fatal traffic accidents.
The appeals court affirmed, finding that the state parole board did not violate the Ex Post Facto clause when, upon revoking mandatory parole, it also revoked previously-earned good time credits.
UCC claimed the IRS had violated its constitutional right to due process by revoking the exemption without a prior judicial hearing.
Regulations revoking orders which control the composition of curry powder, mustard, salad cream, suet and tomato ketchup came into effect on July 1st.
CFP Board's complaint revoking Bleidt's rights to use the CFP(R) marks was served in April 2005, and Bleidt subsequently accepted the terms, which have now become final.
As per the Traffic Law's amendments in 2007, TPP constantly refers drivers involved in cases of drinking-driving, fatal accidents or inattentively damaging public/private properties, to court and ask for revoking their driving licences and banning them from renewal as well," Bu Farousha said.
We conclude that the (hospital) district unreasonably withheld recognition of SEIU by treating the `no union' slips as revoking the SEIU authorization cards,'' the PERB ruling said.
Ultimately, the school board kept coming back to intangible reasons for revoking the charter.