Within days of the presidential poll, the High Court shocked the country by annulling the parliament based on technicalities.
Why did he allow a contract to be made giving only to death the annulling power?
That Daniel was not thinking of annulling his marriage, that he could not think of it, Eleanore knew.
He assumed a priestly character, preaching, absolving, annulling marriages.
In annulling the Two-penny Act the King crossed lances with the representatives of the people and had come off second best.
The changed conditions of the race in these last years are urged as a sufficient reason for annulling this law.
The proposed provisions regarding ineligibility would dishonor the government by annulling the pardons granted by the President.
The despatchers were annulling, holding the freights and distributing passenger trains at eating stations.
At the Reformation, after the annulling of all “Popish ordinations,” the state of the English clergy became very deplorable.
The quarrel was an unseemly one, and Benedict XI., in 1304, put an end to it by annulling the regulations of his predecessor.