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the act of cancelling or rescinding; annulment: the recision of a treaty.
[C17: from Latin recīsiō, from recīdere to cut back]
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(rɪˈsɪʒ ən)

an act of canceling or voiding; cancellation.
[1605–15; < Latin recīsiō pruning, reduction =recīd(ere) to cut back (re- re- + -cīdere, comb. form of caedere to cut) + -tiō -tion]
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"My understanding is that because the bill being brought forward will simply and solely rescind the Article 50 notice, the legal opinion that they have is that that will meet the test that the European Court of Justice has laid down for unilateral recision of an Article 50 notice.
We appeal to President-elect Duterte: Please cause the immediate recision of Markbilt's contract and let a competent contractor take over the rehab project.
Unless one uses the system option W orkingP recision, Table 3.1 shows that for s = 200 zeros of f in the interval J, the referred time of 80.5 seconds is quite unacceptable.
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Another legislative effort to bring the pressure to bear on the federal agency and their sponsored researchers is the Data Quality Act, which requires agency-sponsored research to hold to good scientific principles or be subject to review and possible modification or recision.