Examples of revocation in a Sentence
threatened the revocation of his son's driving privileges
Recent Examples of revocation from the Web
The revocation underscored Suu Kyi’s international fall from grace in the face of a humanitarian crisis and atrocities that international monitors blame squarely on the Burmese military.
The six-month sentence and proceedings on revocation of his federal supervised release are on hold until the Supreme Courts rules on his appeal.
The revocation process was started before Maurice Morris was fatally shot outside the club on Oct. 15.
The revocation was popular in La Macarena, where Mayor Ismael Medellin Dueñas, whose desk sits beneath a painting of Caño Cristales, said residents are very concerned about possible environmental impacts of oil development.
Prosecutors have recommended a lighter sentence — six years and three months — because of his cooperation, though his bond revocation could affect that.
These callers will often threaten police arrest, deportation, license revocation and other fear tactics.
Certain felonies also result in immediate revocation.
Patrick was arrested on suspicion of grand theft auto, being a felon in possession of a firearm, felony vandalism, burglary, taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent and revocation of post-release community supervision.
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Origin and Etymology of revocation
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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