Keep making fun of the Citizens United ruling; that needs 365 24/7 attention until Congress passes a law that nullifies it.
On the contrary, warning is given precisely against this treacherous and scandalous restriction which nullifies the commandment.
But of the smoke which nullifies and destroys all these things, not a word!
Sectarianism in education stultifies and robs the child and nullifies the finest national instincts in education.
This nullifies the treaty in all that relates to fugitive slaves guilty of crimes against their masters.
Whether this upsets a theory, nullifies a sentimental protest, or merely stands as an exception, I should not dare guess.
This is the opinion of South Carolina; and on the strength of that opinion she nullifies the laws.
The present constitution of the state, adopted in 1901, nullifies this fundamental condition.
A great dream or ambition in life often obviates personal ailments and nullifies their potency.
One sees at a glance the consequences of this theory, which nullifies the legitimacy of the last Bourbons.