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  • verb Present participle of negate.

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Examples

  • Roy in Chicago: "When the previous President has resorted to executive orders, as opposed to vetoes, in order to further his own agenda, I do not see an issue with Obama beginning his term negating some of the most irresponsible Bush orders, such as stem cell research and opening roadless areas to development.

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2008

  • Some articles can be directly good (one of mine was centrally used by a court in negating a regulation), others may be indirectly good, shaping others ideas (my goal), others may be worthless.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan “Not a Natural Academic”

  • People are becoming tired of politicians denigrating each other, and itis a very important element in negating voter turnout.

    Politicians & Voters: The Good, the Bad and the Stupid « Colleen Anderson

  • In its new form, therefore, the discussion of magnetic sleep goes back to the discovery at the outset of the text that "the first beginning can only be in negating oneself as that which has being"

    'The Abyss of the Past': Psychoanalysis in Schelling's Ages of the World (1815)

  • However, the rejected paper they were referring to as negating M&M was one submitted to GRL – two totally different papers.

    Peer Reviewing Ammann and Wahl #1 – The Correspondence « Climate Audit

  • -- This isn't trying to find things to pick at about UW, but for all the focus on the defense not getting it done yesterday, the offense was also kind of shut down during the stretch when Nebraska took control --- and sure, the call negating the possible fumble recovery late in the second quarter might have changed things.

    The Seattle Times

  • Just look at RSA vs. Mexico already ... very poor call negating a goal ...

    Drudge Retort

  • Just look at RSA vs. Mexico already ... very poor call negating a goal (I heard on radio, did not see it but the way it is described, it was an impossible call).

    Drudge Retort

  • "The revolution shall not be televised," says one clichÈd expression negating the notion that mainstream media have their hand on the pulse of the nation.

    The Standard | Headlines

  • Many common herbs could cause severe side effects when used with conventional medicine, such as negating the effect of blood-thinning agent warfarin or making epileptic seizures more frequent.

    European Tribune

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