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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The rescission of this guidance does not overrule forty years of precedent that affirms the constitutionality of a university’s limited use of race in college admissions.
If that is true, the rescission saves no money and is pure theater.
The senior administration official said Monday the rescissions proposal headed for Capitol Hill Tuesday would be the first in a series of proposals to cut funding.
William Carvalho, Gelson Martins and Bruno Fernandes have already advanced with Sporting's request for rescission, while Rui Patrício and Daniel Podence are also set to depart the club this summer, as reported by Portuguese news outlet Record.
Since fiscal year 2010, UConn and UConn Health have had to contend with $164 million in state cuts, rescissions, and fund sweeps as Connecticut has grappled with budget deficits.
Also on the docket in the Senate -- and likely to take more floor time -- is a vote on legislation to cancel unspent funds from the prior year, also known as a rescission package.
The Cosby Show’; rescissions of honorary degrees and a vindictive attempt to close an exhibition of our collection of African American art in the Smithsonian Museum of African Art.
Trump's rescission would reduce the contingency fund to about $500 million.
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legal Definition of rescission
rescissoryplay \ri-ˈsi-zə-rē, -ˈsi-sə-\ adjective
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