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  • verb Present participle of rescind.

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Examples

  • Earlier this week, birther leader and secretary of state candidate Orly Taitz received a phone call rescinding her invitation to speak at a tea party protest in Pleasanton, she said.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • As Chris Cillizza puts it, "If Obama can use the idea of rescinding tax cuts for the wealthy to appeal to middle class voters who feel as though they are forever on the short end of the stick, it could have significant electoral consequences next fall."

    Arianna Huffington: Barack Obama's Memento Presidency

  • As Chris Cillizza puts it, "If Obama can use the idea of rescinding tax cuts for the wealthy to appeal to middle class voters who feel as though they are forever on the short end of the stick, it could have significant electoral consequences next fall."

    Arianna Huffington: Barack Obama's Memento Presidency

  • As Chris Cillizza puts it, "If Obama can use the idea of rescinding tax cuts for the wealthy to appeal to middle class voters who feel as though they are forever on the short end of the stick, it could have significant electoral consequences next fall."

    Arianna Huffington: Barack Obama's Memento Presidency

  • I'm no fan of Hillary Clinton, but I absolutely loved the idea of rescinding war authorization.

    New Iraq Proposal Would Allow Dems To Keep Standing Up To Bush

  • I'm no fan of Hillary Clinton, but I absolutely loved the idea of rescinding war authorization.

    New Iraq Proposal Would Allow Dems To Keep Standing Up To Bush

  • Accountants won't be going it alone because consumer groups don't like the idea of rescinding mark-to-market accounting either.

    Auditors Resist Effort

  • U.S. S.n. Daniel Inouye, the keynote speaker at the Hale Koa Hotel event, called the rescinding of the promised benefits a "shameful" act.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • U.S. S.n. Daniel Inouye, the keynote speaker at the Hale Koa Hotel event, called the rescinding of the promised benefits a "shameful" act.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • Fujitsu issued a statement Saturday after a lawyer for Kuniaki Nozoe, who served as the company's president for 15 months, said Mr. Nozoe was "rescinding" his Sept. 25 resignation on the grounds that other Fujitsu executives demanded he step down alleging that he had ties to organized crime.

    Corporate Watch

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