Origin of annulment
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Examples from the Web for annulment
The demand for annulment matters because Grayson is rich, even by Congress's high standards.Congressman Accuses Wife Of Bigamy
April 29, 2014
A source also told the paper that Aaliyah ended all contact with Kelly after the annulment.Why Has the Public Forgiven R. Kelly for His Sordid, Predatory Past?
December 9, 2013
The new law contains a clause barring its annulment or appeal.Hold Yemen Officials Who Sanctioned Civilian Attacks Accountable
January 28, 2012
She was divorced in 1983, and there is no sign of her having secured an annulment.One Tough Judge
May 26, 2009
Upon receiving communion, Hudson received an annulment from his first wife, then divorced his second wife four years later.Is Newt Preparing for a 2012 Run?
March 29, 2009
The annulment of the sale would bring him face to face with ruin.The Historical Nights' Entertainment
It told the story of this law and its annulment by the court.Theodore Roosevelt and His Times
Recently she secured in the County Court an annulment of the marriage.
The charters of Rhode Island and Connecticut were demanded for annulment .The Colonies 1492-1750
Reuben Gold Thwaites
The priest said he was afraid from what I had told him that it was no use thinking of annulment.Passing By
- a formal invalidation, as of a marriage, judicial proceeding, etc
- the act of annulling
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Word Origin and History for annulment
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