Examples of rescission in a Sentence
the judge ruled that the town's rescission of the contract was justified due the contractor's repeated failures to meet its obligations
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Cleveland Cavaliers forward and fellow NBA star LeBron James quickly came to Curry's defense after Trump tweeted a rescission of the Golden State Warriors' invitation to visit the White House.
Then, the Order compares this amount to prior spending levels, specifically spending authorized in the prior fiscal year, FY 2017, which was $18.3 billion (subsequent rescissions reduced actual spending to keep it in line with actual revenue).
Those who have been hurt by Trump’s Muslim travel ban efforts and his DACA rescission have garnered a good deal of deserved media attention.
Earlier this week, attorneys general from 15 blue states and D.C. filed a suit asking a federal judge to strike down Trump's rescission of DACA.
But the Supreme Court held that the rescission of treaties is left to the political process and not for judicial involvement.
Council members Turner and Evert Wolsheimer favored rescission.
The previously unreported moves came just days after the Education Department issued an internal memo describing how to handle transgender students’ civil rights complaints given the rescission of the guidance on school bathrooms.
Brown is now claiming fraudulent transfers and seeking rescission because of duress, menace, and undue influence.
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Origin and Etymology of rescission
First Known Use: 1594See Words from the same year
Synonymsabandonment, abortion, calling, calling off, dropping, recall, recision, repeal, cancellation, revocation
Related Wordsannulment, invalidation, neutralization, nullification, voidance; abolishment, abolition, ending, halting, stopping, termination; giving up, relinquishment, surrender; reversal, rollback
Near Antonymsbeginning, commencement, initiation; engagement, undertaking
legal Definition of rescission
rescissoryplay \ri-ˈsi-zə-rē, -ˈsi-sə-\ adjective
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