Examples of nullification in a Sentence
an act aimed at curbing sedition that was perhaps the most serious attempt at nullification of freedom of the press in the nation's history
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A 5-year-old can't possibly appreciate an intricate, hour-long Radiolab episode about jury nullification.
The value of mobile money transactions has more than doubled since the nullification of 86% of India’s cash in circulation in November, while those made with credit and debit cards has fallen, and check purchases have barely budged.
The Constitution itself may be in danger of nullification when the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and possibly the Supreme Court, can compromise powers that are expressly granted to the president by the Constitution.
Talbott said Kriho didn’t talk much about her activism or the jury nullification case at work.
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