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Example sentences for "annulling"

Lexicographically close words:
annulate; annulated; annulet; annuli; annulled; annulment; annulo; annulose; annuls; annulus
  1. The Parliament affected to be altogether concerned for the good of the public, and issued a decree obliging themselves to continue their session and to make humble remonstrances to the King for annulling the decrees of the Council.

  2. Hear it from the lips of the holy mother herself: "Whosoever shall say, that the church could not institute impediments annulling marriage, or that in instituting them she has erred, let him be accursed.

  3. If either party should hereafter be-desirous of annulling this stipulation, and should give notice to that effect to the other party, it shall cease to be binding after the expiration of six months from the date of such notice.

  4. This possibility of annulling forever the law of fatigue has been abundantly proven in my own case; for my earlier life bears a record of many, many years of bedridden invalidism, with spine and lower limbs paralyzed.

  5. With the annulling of these customary inhibitions, ranges of new energy are set free, and life seems cast upon a higher plane of power.

  6. In June 1261, Henry produced a Bull of Alexander IV, annulling the Provisions of Oxford, and freeing him from his oath.

  7. One of the statutes upon which he was indicted contained the singular absurdity of "annulling and rescinding everything done, or hereafter to be done, in prejudice of the royal prerogative, in any time bygone or to come.

  8. Such an antidote to the bacterial poison would not, indeed, produce a cure, but it would perhaps have the effect of annulling the action of the poisons, and would thus give the body a much greater chance to master the bacteria.

  9. All had supported St. Leo in the annulling that unhappy Council which compromised the faith of the Church so long as it was allowed to count as a Council.

  10. The revolutionary measures of Mithradates, such as the liberation of the slaves and the annulling of debts, were of course cancelled; a restoration, which in many places could not be carried into effect without force of arms.

  11. The consul marched in with his legions; but Marius, scoffingly recalling the law of outlawry, refused to set foot in the city until the law allowed him to do so and the burgesses hastily assembled in the Forum to pass the annulling decree.

  12. The annulling power of the constitution prevented that enactment from becoming a law.

  13. The annulling power of the constitution prevented that enactment's becoming a law.

  14. To the deliberative branch he assigns the right of deciding upon peace or war, making or annulling treaties, and framing and passing new laws.

  15. Some conditions indeed go so far as to prohibit a state from admitting refugees, and to demand annulling all former engagements with every other power.

  16. Petition and Advice should not be construed as repealing or annulling any Laws or Ordinances already in force, not distinctly incompatible with itself.

  17. He turned towards the Rue Vivienne to find Derville, his solicitor, and institute proceedings at once, in case the lawyer should see any chance of annulling the agreement.

  18. In the Arabian tales, and for that matter in western tales of magic also, the commonest method of annulling enchantments is by sprinkling with water over which words of power have been spoken.

  19. In annulling the Two-penny Act the King crossed lances with the representatives of the people and had come off second best.

  20. So when the Assembly sent Samuel Mathews to have the articles ratified they instructed him to plead for the annulling of Baltimore's patent.

  21. Finally after the clause annulling the gift of de Lauson as stated above, the document gives order to M.

  22. Queylus retorted by quoting a contradictory "lettre de cachet" annulling it.

  23. The course which things thus took created a great deal of delay in the formal annulling of the marriage with Catharine, which Henry was too impatient and imperious to bear.

  24. The king had not merely procured Anne's personal condemnation; he had also obtained a decree annulling his marriage with her, on the ground of her having been, as he attempted to prove, previously affianced to another man.

  25. The king had removed Catharine to make way for Anne, by annulling his marriage with her on account of their relationship: what way could he contrive now to remove Anne, so as to make way for Jane?

  26. The senate had the right of changing institutions, suspending the functions of the jury, of placing the departments out of the constitution, of annulling the sentences of the tribunals, of dissolving the legislative body, and the tribunate.

  27. All they obtained was the introduction of juries into it, the removal of some violent men, and the power of annulling its acts, as long as they maintained any influence.

  28. Sir Henry also succeeded in getting a copy of the various charges against the colony, which were thought to justify annulling her charter, and in obtaining a grant of time to submit them to the Connecticut General Court for a reply.

  29. Hardly had Caesar laid down the consulship, when some of the most violent aristocrats, Lucius Domitius and Gaius Memmius, proposed in a full senate the annulling of the Julian laws.

  30. He after the victory, went with the Ghibellines to Florence, and reduced the city entirely to the king's authority, annulling the magistracies and every other institution that retained any appearance of freedom.

  31. The great citizens could not endure the Catasto, and not knowing how to set it aside, they endeavored to raise up more numerous enemies to the measure, and thus provide themselves with allies to assist them in annulling it.

  32. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "annulling" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    antacid; antagonism; negative; offsetting