- v. present participle of countermand.
“Johnston was ruffled by what he termed a "countermanding" of his orders to the troops south of the James.”
“Many blamed this on Aspin countermanding a request for heavier armament.”
“However, there is nothing constitutional about a ceremonial president giving orders countermanding such a proposal.”
“On April 22, the commodore received private instructions countermanding his previous April 2 orders to proceed to the Conner fleet.”
“But CKAC sports radio then got Perron on the air to talk about this incident, and he laughed it off, saying Boudreau wasn't cut out to be an assistant coach to anybody, and that he got fired because he was countermanding Perron's orders.”
“At the Washington Independent, Andrew Restuccia writes that a group of scientists in Georgia have released a report countermanding the claims of the government's study, and that other scientists have found a 21-mile smear of oil still in the Gulf.”
“What possible good could arise from that woman countermanding my orders?”
“If you want to go down that road, I can probably trade you countermanding articles within NYT to match every one you can find in the WSJ and thensome.”
“It is sometimes forgotten that the Group of Seven -- now called the G8 -- was created in 1975 for the express purpose of countermanding any proposals of this sort that would change the structure of the global economic system and give poor nations a voice in how global development funding is organized.”
“Governments will be prohibited from countermanding them.”
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