On the face of it, the politics of canceling the tours seems pretty shrewd.
canceling the conference may actually underscore an obvious divide within the church itself on the topic.
canceling the season would anger and infuriate hundreds of thousands of people.
Romney made a vast fortune in part by loading up businesses with debt, laying off employees, and canceling their health benefits.
canceling on a commitment with short notice is not Iowa nice, particularly in a state that values its political traditions.
"Visiting iniquities" and canceling them are not the same thing.
With the canceling of the Indulgence, the persecution of the Quakers was renewed.
I congratulate L—— on her father's relenting and canceling his edict against waltzing and galloping.
Instead of canceling their obligations as his own had been, he cast them into prison.
The marriage would be more than annoying; he himself was too prone to consider character as canceling worldly objections.
late 14c., "cross out with lines," from Anglo-French canceler, from Latin cancellare "to make resemble a lattice," which in Late Latin took on a sense "cross out something written" by marking it with crossed lines, from cancelli, plural of cancellus "lattice, grating," diminutive of cancer "crossed bars, lattice," a variant of carcer "prison" (see incarceration). Figurative use, "to nullify an obligation" is from mid-15c. Related: Canceled (also cancelled); cancelling.