- v. present participle of abolish.
“If we succeed in abolishing all racial bias in the country but a far higher percentage of blacks live in poverty is that equal opportunity?”
“Scrawling his name on the official document, Mr. Bush said that in abolishing English he had vanquished his “greaterest enemy.””
“Birgitte Rasine is the chief evolution officer of LUCITÀ, a firm believer in abolishing junk mail.”
“But you are not obliged to treat them both alike, just as in abolishing large-scale ownership of land you are not obliged to rob the smallholder or market gardener of his few acres.”
“Ans. _ That which made Calvin say so, was not any liking which he had to festival days, for he calls the abolishing of them _ordo bene compositus_; (229) but as himself showeth in the following epistle, which beareth this title, _Cal.”
“Isn’t Ron Paul a firm believer in abolishing Socail Security and Medicare?”
“As long time readers know, I’m a big believer in abolishing taxes terminally annoying looney.”
“As long time readers know, I’m a big believer in abolishing taxes.”
“Now … let’s consider that John Adams and others among the Founding Fathers insisted [and failed] on radical change in abolishing slavery in 1776.”
“Fighting diseases IS a very important part in abolishing poverty yet the red card in a way makes consumers feel comfortable in cosuming goods which are produced by MNC’s (multinational corporations).”
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