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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of revoke.

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Examples

  • This past January 3rd, on the streets of New York City's jam-packed Times Square, the likes of New Jersey State Poet Laureate Amiri Baraka (who almost had his title revoked for a line in his poem

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  • A hearing to decide whether or not his probation will be revoked is scheduled for Oct. 29.

    STILES - Fugitive Accused of Raping Child Caught

  • Also, since you accept that probation can be revoked, is it your view that it can only be revoked up until the probation would have expired anyway?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Extending Probation Sentence Without Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt?

  • JAC plane makes emergency landing in Kagoshima due to engine trouble Life term revoked; death penalty given to man over murder-robbery Hawker's family hopes Japan will eliminate statute of limitations Japan's jobless benefit conditions worst among industrial nations: ILO

    Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

  • A Swiss commuter newspaper is reporting that Miss Emi John had her Miss Drag Queen Switzerland title revoked after drag ...

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  • Briton wrongly convicted of importing ecstasy - 25-year jail term revoked colin stanley (1 hour, 40 minutes ago)

    timesofmalta.com

  • Uproar over European court ruling against Crucifix - Archbishop Cremona reacts Briton wrongly convicted of importing ecstasy - 25-year jail term revoked

    timesofmalta.com

  • Previously twice convicted for what a discipline committee called "serious, repeated and escalating sexual abuse," Dr. Lambert was suspended for six months after the first offence he was found to have made sexual comments, including calling one patient "a slut" and after the second lost his licence to practice - in College language, this is being "revoked" - in May of

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  • "take legal action" against Facebook, though at this point it's merely limited to trying to get Facebook's trademark on the name revoked (claiming that houseSYSTEM used the name, and that it's widely used and generic).

    Techdirt

  • If Bush had not formally signed a pardon document, then there’s no legal issue: what’s been revoked is an intention to pardon, and the public announcement doesn’t create any legal obligation to actually do so.

    Discourse.net: Bush "Revokes" A Pardon (When Do Pardons Vest?)

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