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  • verb Present participle of revoke.

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Examples

  • A labor relations board hearing examiner has ruled that Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy L. Lanier and top police officials unlawfully retaliated against union leaders Kristopher Baumann and Delroy Burton in revoking the two officers’ badges and guns in 2008 for failing to attend training sessions.

    Board: Lanier retaliated against union

  • I like the idea of revoking the person's credentials as a human being.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • But during the debate, none of them raised the idea of revoking the existing protections for religious victims under the law.

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  • Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd, said Japan has previously pressured foreign governments to take action against the group, such as revoking the registration of its ships.

    WikiLeaks: U.S., Japan Discussed 'Action' Against Anti-Whalers

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  • To void or annul by recalling, withdrawing, or reversing

    February 12, 2010