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tr.v. re·scind·ed, re·scind·ing, re·scinds
To make void; repeal or annul.

[Latin rescindere : re-, re- + scindere, to split; see skei- in Indo-European roots.]

re·scind′a·ble adj.
re·scind′er n.
re·scind′ment n.
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Adj.1.rescindable - capable of being rescinded or voided; "the judgment was rescindable"; "voidable contracts"
revocable, revokable - capable of being revoked or annulled; "a revocable order"
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It appears that the idea of rescindable identity-based encoding (RIBE) may be a promising approach that fulfills the aforesaid security needs for information sharing.
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Primary clinical case news of a rescindable myopathy connected with significant vitamin D deficiency and/or incessant renal disappointment distinguished a relationship between muscle and vitamin D [5].
He claims that secularization is damaging this aspect of the Lebenswelt, replacing 'sacred duty' with a world of contracts which are rescindable and open to choice thereby threatening family and societal responsibilities and the claims of the unborn as well as of the living.
Moreover, we worry that rescindable deposits might be taken less seriously by depositors who retain the right to cancel if their deposit does not immediately match.