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- n. One who repeals.
- n. One who seeks a repeal; specifically, an advocate for the repeal of the Articles of Union between Great Britain and Ireland.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who repeals; one who seeks a repeal; specifically, an advocate for the repeal of the Articles of Union between Great Britain and Ireland.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who repeals; one who desires repeal; specifically, an agitator for repeal of the Articles of Union between Great Britain and Ireland.
Now, though, Cornyn is giving in to pressure from the far-right and wants to square this view with repealer sentiments:
The entire bill, officially known as "S3501-2011: Relates to retaining quality teachers when teaching positions are eliminated in city school districts in cities with a population of one million or more; repealer," annoys me but there are several provisions that are particularly annoying, in fact, not just illogical, but mean spirited, and shows the true intention of the bill.
The list includes Steve Stivers in Ohio, and Vaughn Ward, an Idaho Republican who lost his primary race to a more devoted 17th Amendment repealer.
With GOP Senator Kit Bond, he introduced a repealer bill shortly after the Dems took over Congress, with few expecting that it would be touched.
To further show that Clause 8 would sustain your suggested law, one need only ask whether Congress has the constitutional power to end the war by voting to repeal its authorization of war, and to override a veto of the repealer: Of course Congress has the constitutional authority to do these things.
The big swagger about "great principles" eventuates, however, in denouncing by speech from the throne repeal as high treason, and O'Connell the repealer as a traitor to the state; and next, with cap in hand, and most mendicant meanness, supplicating the said traitor -- denounced -- repealing O'Connell, to deign acceptance of one of the highest offices in the realm.
He had begun his speech when Steele, a brother repealer, entered.
I asked a lady repealer (whether apple-woman or seller of ginger beer, I know not).
Townshend was a repealer, yet all England did not hold a man who was more wedded than was Townshend to the idea of levying internal taxes in the colonies by act of Parliament.
The feeling of all parties coincided with Mr. Tuffnell; finally, an Irish repealer rose and announced that the government were bartering their