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Word: annul

Definition: make void


Sentences Containing 'annul'

A few days later, Narendra and Raj ask Radha to sign a divorce petition, which will annul the marriage so that she will be free to marry Naresh, which she does sign.
Additionally, the royal family took Zegai, the Barows champion, into their own personal custody, who could perhaps help reveal the Godwins cheating and offer an excuse to annul the engagement.
He was brought back in April 1648, as a prisoner in the ship "Margaret" and consigned to the Tower of London to await trial. In March 1652 he was bailed on a £2000 bond; by September 1658 the Levant Company had dropped all charges and he petitioned the Lords to annul his restraints.
Huang filed two lawsuits against Chen's camp, asking the court to annul Chen's victory.
NMBS further noted that the late delivery alone would be sufficient reason to annul the contract. In a press conference Marc Descheemaecker, CEO of NMBS illustrated his arguments; a metallic strip affixed to the roof had come undone on a moving train and had bent upwards towards the overhead cables, a potentially dangerous situation.
The tribunal further directed Karnataka not to increase its irrigated land area from the existing Karnataka deemed this extremely inimical to its interests and issued an ordinance seeking to annul the tribunal’s award. The Supreme Court now stepped in at the President’s instance and struck down the Ordinance issued by Karnataka.
The two are later married, but Milla seeks to annul the marriage when she discovers that Matt was possibly suffering a nervous breakdown earlier due to the stress over the death of Matt's previous girlfriend, Karen Page and her marriage was a product of that.

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