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Frasi con annul (in inglese)

  1. We annul our fears in nothing.
  2. But since I have to annul myself to do.
  3. As a consequence of this, I will be forced to annul.
  4. Verse 14 - Provision of three annul feast days in the year.
  5. Caris said to Henri: And this is the man who wanted you to annul my election.

  6. Sir, the only legal effect of such a fraud would be, to violate the treaty—to annul the contract.
  7. I think Aurelius was trying to persuade her to have the lawyers annul her marriage with Arthur and take him instead.
  8. When the indicator signalizes fatal happening to this Project, immediately correction action is activated to annul its negative results.
  9. The proliferation of new cars did not annul the continued use of old models which were repaired, repainted and refurbished ad infinitum.
  10. They proceeded immediately to annul the French Treaty, to pass non-intercourse laws; they built ships of war, and sent them upon the ocean, to protect our commerce.
  11. Besides, He wanted to make the Messenger (cpth) present His legislation, just as what He did in the story of his marriage (cpth) with ‘Zainab’, the wife of his adopted son, when the Almighty God commanded him to do that in order to annul what was prevalent in the pre-Islam times.
  12. And I do solemnly, in the presence of God, profess, testify, and declare, that I do make this declaration, and every part thereof, in the plain and ordinary sense of the words read unto me, as they are commonly understood by English Protestants, without any evasion, equivocation, or mental reservation, and without any dispensation already granted me for this purpose by the Pope or any other authority or person whatsoever, or without any hope of any such dispensation from any person or authority whatsoever, or without thinking that I am or can be acquitted before God or man, or absolved of this declaration or any part thereof, although the Pope or any other person or persons or power whatsoever shall dispense with or annul the same, or declare that it was null and void from the beginning.
  1. It teaches total, complete dedication to others by annulling oneself.
  2. That we must give ourselves to others to the point of annulling ourselves.
  1. Then he had it annulled for us.
  2. The sacredness of the past has been annulled.
  3. He annulled the registra-tions with a stroke of the pen.
  4. I was arrested and found out later that Opal had our marriage annulled.
  5. Their "covenant with death" [Isaiah 28:18] was annulled by the resurrection of Christ.
  6. Consequently this egotistic consciousness completely annulled any element of sincerity in my woe.
  7. It was for this I had annulled the lease—it was for this I had come—it was for this I was waiting.
  8. It annulled my sexual frustration and it was a relationship that did not add problems to the ones I already had.
  9. Why then did they not cease to practice them after they were blotted out? Because to the Jew they were everlasting, and could not be annulled.
  10. Somehow Frank did not mind that the memory of the inter-species peace conference had been annulled because he had seen General Armstrong up close.
  11. The Parisians, on the other hand, had taken little time to put a 150,000 livre reward on his head, an edict that had then been annulled by the King.
  12. The revocation of the orders in council of January and November was not to satisfy us, but the blockade of the year preceding was to be also annulled.
  13. He annulled all legal immunities relating to legal status, and on several occasions noblemen were chained to others criminals on a street-cleaning crew.
  14. These statues annulled things so! He stared at them, then turned, and there was Madame Lucien Grave perched on a block of marble with her kodak pointed at his head.
  15. By the time when his first marriage was annulled, Roger was sufficiently healed in his relations to women so that he started preparing himself mentally to date once again.
  16. Just the other day, he remembered, he had received a notice of an annulled material request for a shipment of chisels required for the maintenance and construction of most of the siege engines.
  17. When she learned that her first husband was alive, the woman immediately had her new marriage annulled and got the Associated Press to deliver a message to her lost husband: I love only you, Gene.
  18. They sign the register, and they are married - except for one thing: if they do not have sexual intercourse, it's considered legally that they're not married - and the marriage can be annulled immediately.
  19. That I have some claim to the exercise of a veto here, would not, I believe, be denied by any reasonable person cognizant of the relations between us: relations which, though thrown into the past by your recent procedure, are not thereby annulled in their character of determining antecedents.
  20. But should he not have at least acknowledged Jasodhaben’s existence, or else annulled the marriage and given her ‘freedom’? In an interview in the Indian Express, Jasodhaben hinted at her long years of loneliness as a schoolteacher who had never remarried, living in her brother’s home.
  21. Roger and Josie went through a civil divorce, but they had their marriage annulled by the Catholic Church as well, for Roger had apparently proven to the Marriage Court of the Diocese of Orange that Josie was, as he put it, psychologically incapable to perform the duties of married life… and that their marriage should be declared void, annulled.
  22. He was inexhaustible on that infamous date of 1772, on the subject of that noble and valiant race suppressed by treason, and that three-sided crime, on that monstrous ambush, the prototype and pattern of all those horrible suppressions of states, which, since that time, have struck many a noble nation, and have annulled their certificate of birth, so to speak.
  23. No man laments more sincerely than I do, that the Legislature of any State should take such a step, but I think it of the utmost importance that the Government of the United States should maintain its authority, and that it should be ascertained whether its measures may at any time be embarrassed by the Legislatures of one or more States, or its laws annulled by their authority.
  24. As that Government admits that an application of an adequate force is necessary to the existence of a legal blockade, and it was notorious that, if such a force had ever been applied, its long discontinuance had annulled the blockade in question, there could be no sufficient objection on the part of Great Britain to a formal revocation of it; and no imaginable objection to a declaration of the fact that the blockade did not exist.
  25. If France, by her own acts, has blocked up her ports against the introduction of the products of the United States, what motive has the Government in a discussion with a third power, to insist on the privilege of going to France? Whence the inducement to urge the annulment of a blockade of France, when, if annulled, no American cargoes would obtain a market in any of her ports? In such a state of things, a blockade of the coast of France would be to the United States as unimportant as would the blockade of the Caspian Sea.
  1. But never mind, glory to the mattress which annuls a cannon!.
  2. A mother that gives herself totally, in such a way that she annuls herself.
  3. Paradoxically, this Project annuls the lack of money and scarcity of products or services, fact that we demonstrated that the money already exists to invest, without needing of new money.
  4. This decentralizes the debt, it explodes it in thousands of units, it facilitates its liquidation and it annuls the process highly concentrator that inhibits the possibility of its payment.
  5. With this, it avoids that somebody receives or make draft in money, it annuls the emission of checks or it impedes any legal right of drafts and it avoids patrimonial appropriation in judicial demand, including the governments, sponsors, introducers, authors and Teams of Coordination of the XUSING Project.
  6. Then his wife busies herself, grows passionately fond of handling coin, gets her fingers covered with verdigris in the process, undertakes the education of half-share tenants and the training of farmers, convokes lawyers, presides over notaries, harangues scriveners, visits limbs of the law, follows lawsuits, draws up leases, dictates contracts, feels herself the sovereign, sells, buys, regulates, promises and compromises, binds fast and annuls, yields, concedes and retrocedes, arranges, disarranges, hoards, lavishes; she commits follies, a supreme and personal delight, and that consoles her.

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