reprieval

re•priev•al

(rɪˈpri vəl)

n.
reprieve; respite.
[1580–90]
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In a reprieval attack, some enraged youth in the area reportedly set ablaze a church where Raphael's father (a cleric) worships thereby living the community in a mourning mood.
To handle such problems, a mechanism known as Reprieval Mechanism has been used.
For instance, it could act as an initiator of the non-solicitor's procedure, the reprieval procedure, acting again as a transmission belt by proposing the government the suspension or annulment of legislation issued by mayoralties (Decision no.