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quash

verb To annul, suppress.
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Quash devotes a 'pairing' of chapters to each of these core concepts.
He said: "I believe that the case for the High Court to quash the original inquests is a good one.
But she denied accusations that she referred to overseas nurses as "black b***ds" and to nurse Elizabeth Quash as "that black sod".
Getting ready for their tour of Japan are (from left) Emily Quash, Nikki Cross, Juliet McGill, Amie Taylor, Emilie Harris, Mairin O'Hagan, Yann Allsopp, Toby Quash, Joe Sutherland and Ed Miller.
Giovanni di Stefano is hoping to quash Dutchy's conviction; Patrick 'Dutchy' Holland is awaiting ruling
Two friends, Deborah Sulton-Brown and Sandi Quash, cofounded Sister Friends Book Club in 1996, to share their love of reading with others.
The judge is expected to decided whether to quash the decision excluding Gatwick Airport or to quash the whole consultation exercise, reported PA News.
While the main insulation occurs due to the sound absorption, QUASH foam is revolutionary in the dual absorption that takes place in the cell walls.
Dow Performance Foams reports that its new polyolefin-based Quash FR1000 and Quash FR2000 Sound Management Foams provide "unsurpassed sound absorption performance, while helping to inhibit accidental ignition from high heat or small fire sources.
If the warrant is overly broad or ambiguous, your counsel may want to ask the court to quash the warrant.
A taxpayer has 20 days after notice is given to initiate a proceeding to quash the summons.
District Court for the Northern District of Texas quash three summonses the IRS issued to obtain access to tax software programs on the grounds that their enforcement would constitute an abuse of the court's process (United States v.