Sentence with the word abolished
Known throughout his cricket career as the Nawab of Pataudi Jr, a title abolished years later during Indira Gandhi's reforms, Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi - "Tiger" or "Pat" to his friends - earned a special place in cricket history for his
Because Great Britain abolished its role in the Atlantic slave trade, the ship finds a new calling.
The GOP will be abolished from the H.O.R. in 2010.
The essential question of whether the filibuster can be abolished is the question of entrenchment.
I believe that, with war abolished from the world, there will be improvement in the social, political, and economic systems in all nations, to the benefit of the whole of humanity.
We must be sure that once victory is achieved, we win the peace and see to it that wars are forever abolished from the face of the earth.
Chairman Oberstar pointedly noted that system may be addressed -- or even "abolished" -- by future Congressional action.
MattY’s quixotic notion that the Senate ought to be abolished is the sorta thing folks used to stand on soapboxes in public parks to talk about, sorta like Ron Paul insisting on the gold standard.
The latter has even written to David Cameron warning that public safety cannot be guaranteed if control orders are abolished, which is certainly an unusual step and follows the high-profile campaign by the former head of the Met, Sir Ian Blair, on extending detention without charge from 28 days.
In the meantime Shameless would like the term abolished: Slash The Slush Piles.
"You are very daring," said Destournelles, "to use a title abolished by the will of the people, as you have just heard."
He is also calling for the Senate to be abolished, which is in line with party thinking.
Why were they scattered over the face of the earth, their titles abolished, their escutcheons defaced, their parks wasted, their palaces dismantled, their heritage given to strangers?
I was not alive before the slave trade was so called abolished but I am still suffering from the post traumatic stress from situation and even the most well meaning white man fails to recognise this.
David Cameron warning that public safety cannot be guaranteed if control orders are abolished, which is certainly an unusual step and follows the high-profile campaign by the former head of the Met, Sir Ian Blair, on extending detention without charge from 28 days.
'I am a lifelong republican and would like to see the monarchy and all hereditary titles abolished, but I was impressed by how hard the Queen worked, making friendly comments to each of us,' he wrote in his memoirs.
Watch how many functions of "abolished" quangos are turning out to be essential, simply moved elsewhere.
He argued against his presence in Israel today: He commented that journalists should be "abolished" from covering wars.
Every patriotic American should be preying that the court throws FISA out the door, otherwise we can look for other rights to be "abolished" by Congress and a lawless president.
After Governor Dean became chair, ALL the constituency desks were "abolished" in favor of a different organization the Governor and his staff thought would be more effective.
That dude just puked up 38 ounces worth of sangria, 18 year old Irish whiskey, a rare chardonnay, a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon, a jigger of warm sake, and pomegranate margarita. That dude is freakin' abolished.
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- Synonym for "abolished"
- revoke, repeal, abrogate, nullify, cancel
- Verb Forms for "abolished"
- abolished, abolishes, abolishing
- Phrases for "abolished"
- abolished slavery, Australia abolished, abolished capital, been abolished, California abolished
- Rhyme for "abolished"
- Kalisz, Polish, demolish
- Hyponym for "abolished"
- abrogate, cashier
- Etymologically Related for "abolished"
- abolition, abolitionist, abolisher