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To abrogate something means to formally annul, repeal or abolish it.

Why everyone can’t be satisfied with saying simply annul, repeal or abolish is beyond me, but there’s no accounting for some people’s thinking, is there?

One more point: Ever since Watergate, many journalists and others seem irrepressibly compelled to create a label ending in “gate” for every new scandal that comes along.

I did a Google search on “Abro.” I found a few companies and other organizations with Abro or ABRO either in their name or as an acronym for their full formal name. I also found some people with a last name of Abro. However, to the best of my knowledge, none of those Abros have been involved in any public scandals involving that have been given the tag abrogate.

Then again, I don’t know everything. So, before entering into any business or personal undertakings with any Abros, you might first want to investigate them for involvement in scandals. I’m just saying.

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