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use "repeal" in a sentence

He supports the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

British Railways were sternly censured, but later the Transport Commission was able to persuade Parliament to repeal the special section of the Act.

Later in 1973, joint committee hearings were held to begin to
at a nearly bare table.

Oriyas are very fond of sweets and no Oriya repast is considered complete without some dessert at the end.

He's said that he does not care to season his food especially if it adds carbs/calories to the repast.

Cole's well-dressed young picnickers have finished their repast, served from splint baskets on blue-and-white china, to stroll about in the woodland and boat on the lake.

And as a shining company formed around the bright sword Excalibur and the champion to wield her, the warband of Albion returned as heroes made to the camp to take fair repast and to consider long the lessons of strife and courage bold.

Instead we enjoyed a rejuvinating repast at a Truck Stop.

Nothing but a light repast, Since he is an inner-city farmer with his home-grown marijuana.

It must have occured to you that the quality of your repast was the result of your wealth.

Once the evening began, orders commenced, waiters were rushed off their feet and the repast was savoured by all. The food was excellent, the waiters superb and the general atmosphere was enjoyed by both pupils and staff.

Having consumed this repast, Second Technician Rimmer, Arnold J. experienced what can only be described as a voyage to trip-out city.

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