Deny Permissions On Multiple Roles in SQL

Below is the correct syntax to deny permissions on a role in a SQL Server database. How do you deny permissions to several roles.. Lets say the role names are: Role1, Role2 and Role 3
use Testdb;
DENY SELECT on database:: testdb
to Role1;

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You have to fire multiple queries to do that, i.e.

DENY SELECT on database:: testdb to Role1;
DENY SELECT on database:: testdb to Role2;

I apologize, please use the following:

DENY SELECT on database:: testdb to Role1, Role2, Role3;

I was reading a different section of BOL

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Microsoft SQL Server 2008

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