abdication brought her to the throne, but it will not be the way she leaves it.
Bergoglio is 76 years old—nine years younger than Benedict at the time of his abdication.
Well, maybe the abdication was a bigger deal, but still, a Harry video will be huge, and a major nightmare for the palace.
Tuesday was declared a day to “Save the Nation,” and people across the country once again demanded the abdication of SCAF.
And if anyone thought this was an abdication and a letting go of the unruly region they need to think again.
They who have abdicated and have clung to their abdication have always lost by it.
The fundamental condition of life is the innate heat, the abdication of which is death.
It was one last chance, and the King tore up the act of abdication.
We can't fire him, we don't dare to approach him to suggest his abdication.
England would not tolerate Bonaparte; she would not even tolerate his abdication in favour of his own son.
1550s, "a disowning," from Latin abdicationem (nominative abdicatio) "renunciation, abdication," noun of action from past participle stem of abdicare (see abdicate); sense of "resignation of sovereignty" is from 1680s.