from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or process of forming rings.
- n. A ringlike structure, segment, or part.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The formation of a ring
- n. Any reaction that forms a ring of atoms
- n. Any structure in the form of a ring
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A circular or ringlike formation; a ring or belt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A circular or ring-like formation.
- n. The act of forming rings; the act of becoming a ring.
- n. The state of being annulate or annulated.
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La Serbie réagit à la déclaration du Kosovo La Serbie a rejeté la proclamation de l'indépendance du Kosovo et demandé son "annulation".
Matt from The ONE Blog [es] pushes for the annulation of the obligatory vote:
On the other hand, Terri, I think that Mark 7:17's status as a parenthetical comment, Matthew's apparent awareness that it was an editorial insertion into Mark see his parallel version, and most importantly the fact that there were debates about the issue in early Christianity all suggest that nothing Jesus had said obviously constituted an annulation of the kosher food laws.
"The fund was instrumental in obtaining a pardon from the families of the victims in Benghazi, and for the annulation of the death sentence and later for the medics 'release," Pierini said Monday.
General Sanni Abacha gave the warning as leaders of Nigeria's two political parties prepared to meet President Ibrahim Babangida to discuss the crisis sparked by the annulation of presidential elections last month.
The distinguishing feature is the transverse annulation of the bell.
Elle proscrit d'abord tous les moyens -- annulation ou confiscation -- par lesquels on chercherait à atteindre, dans leur existence, les droits nés avant la guerre.
The two former of these, therefore, conform to the type of _S. pygerythrus_, but the fur of the upper parts is greyer and not so richly coloured as in it, but the annulation of the fur has the same character in both.
Upon the lateral and dorsal surfaces of the horns these rings are little elevated, and present a wavy rather than a ridgy appearance; but on the frontal surface the rings exhibit a succession of heavy, large ridges, with furrows between; the annulation is nowhere acutely edged.
Bennetti_ -- first by colour, and secondly by the greater length and more strongly marked annulation of the horns of the female.