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  • adj. Not rescinded.


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un- +‎ rescinded


  • One of those illegitimate blockades, bearing date in May, 1806, having been expressly avowed to be still unrescinded, and to be in effect comprehended in the orders in council, was too distinctly brought within the purview of the act of Congress not to be comprehended in the explanation of the requisites to a compliance with it.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • I have related earlier in this book how after that expulsion, and in spite of the unrescinded order by Malvy, the French government was ready to place its officers at my disposal; how I was visited by French deputies, ambassadors, and one of the premiers.

    My Life

  • This proved too much for Downing Street, which promptly unrescinded the initial order, which was imposed after media horror over a "Monsters 'Ball" at Holloway Jail. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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