Desistance [noun]

Definition of Desistance:

end, halt; impediment

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Sentence/Example of Desistance:

It also said it will adhere to a cease-and-desist order to not violate federal anti-fraud and record-keeping provisions.

The number of participants is now more than 13,000, which is double the 6,500 who had signed up before Facebook’s cease-and-desist letter.

Since people learned that Facebook had sent a cease-and-desist letter to the researchers, thousands more volunteers have downloaded the Ad Observer browser extension.

The cease-and-desist letter also said that if the researchers don’t shut down the tool voluntarily, they “may be subject to additional enforcement action.”

Federal officials ordered Georgia’s Medicaid agency to “immediately cease and desist” the use of development authorities to obtain bonus payments.

It was felt by them at the time to be an additional incentive to moderation, to sobriety, to desistance from extreme views.

All these charges were quieted by intrigue, bribery of the judges, or desistance of the accuser.

There are preachers of death: and the earth is full of those to whom desistance from life must be preached.

They have not yet become men, those terrible ones: may they preach desistance from life, and pass away themselves!