Examples of annulment in a Sentence
an annulment of that hastily conceived marriage can't come too soon
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The annulment of that order was announced in a court statement Tuesday night after Gayoom issued a state of emergency that restricted citizens’ rights and was internationally condemned.
Catholicism itself, especially in America, hands out annulments that operate as de facto divorces like confetti.
In the weeks leading up to Tuesday’s vote, another IOC disciplinary commission had sanctioned more than 20 Russian athletes for doping in Sochi, leading to the annulment of 11 medals and knocking Russia from its perch atop the 2014 medals table.
The annulment of the election result was a rare win for supporters of Odinga, who brought the case to the Supreme Court.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi demanded the annulment of the vote and the transfer of border control and other infrastructure to federal forces.
In the weeks since the annulment, top judges have faced a barrage of threats that has prompted them to request round-the-clock police protection.
All of that uncertainty has prompted Kenyan stocks to fall the most in Africa since the Sept. 1 annulment, and yields on Kenya’s Eurobonds have jumped.
If only coaching contracts had a four-week annulment period.
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Annulment usually applies to marriage. In some states an annulment may be carried out by a court ("judicial annulment"), but annulment is generally practiced by a church ("ecclesiastic annulment"), and principally the Roman Catholic Church, which traditionally hasn't permitted divorce. The usual acceptable reason for annulment is a "failure to consummate" the marriage by having children. Unlike a marriage that ends in divorce, an annulled marriage is considered never to have existed. Other things can be annulled as well, including a contract (if one party fails to comply with its terms) or an election (if it wasn't carried out properly).
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