Examples of revocation in a Sentence
threatened the revocation of his son's driving privileges
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Perhaps the closest example of a revocation in Northwestern’s history would be when then-university President Henry Bienen rescinded the offer of an honorary degree to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. in 2008.
University officials did not answer questions Tuesday about the status of the revocation, and did not respond to a request to interview Mr. Engler.
He's been serving a 720-day sentence after his 2016 probation revocation for attending a party where alcohol was served.
The judge said the city based its revocation on noise complaints, even though the permit contained no noise condition.
The agreement also establishes new policies and procedures concerning court defendants' right to counsel, the imposition and collection of fines and court costs, and revocation of probation and contempt practices, among other items.
Two more pens at Port Angeles also lost their lease, a revocation Cooke is fighting in court.
As a result, the bar has been ordered closed pending a permit revocation hearing or other action, according to the order.
Violating the order could lead to contempt of court charges or bail revocation.
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