Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. constitution, L. constitutio,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. constituĕre, constitutum, from con, together, and statuĕre, to make to stand, to place.
These are all for a revolution; and, constituting the body of the nation, the other parts will follow them.
"The Writings of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
The whole of English constitutional history, once remarked Bishop Stubbs, is but one long commentary upon it.
"The Governments of Europe" by Frederic Austin Ogg
President Buchanan urged Congress to admit Kansas with her bogus Constitution.
"Our American Holidays: Lincoln's Birthday" by Various
They seem to constitute a species of simple primitive germinal drama.
"The Parables of Our Lord" by William Arnot
This position and these advantages were legacies of the constitution of 1776.
"Expansion and Conflict" by William E. Dodd
With its constitutionality I have nothing to do; about that I know but little and care much less.
"Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence" by Various
One night the lookouts reported a large vessel alongside, and the hail from the "Constitution" brought only a counter-hail from the stranger.
"The Naval History of the United States" by Willis J. Abbot
Debate then turned on the manner of constituting the upper chamber.
"Union and Democracy" by Allen Johnson
Meeting of the Constitutional Convention, 1787.
"History of the United States, Volume 2 (of 6)" by E. Benjamin Andrews
The Constitution of 1846 was the people's Constitution.
"A Political History of the State of New York, Volumes 1-3" by DeAlva Stanwood Alexander
But HANCE'S powers began to fail -
His constitution was not strong -
And PIERRE, who once was stout and hale,
Grew thin from shouting all day long.
"Thomas Winterbottom Hance" by William Schwenck Gilbert
These rise before me; and there Mason stands
The Constitution-maker firm and bold,
Like Bernal Diaz, planting with kind hands
Fair trees to blaze in gold.
"Arms And The Man - Heroes And Statesmen" by James Barron Hope
Still her sequestered mother seems to weep,
And spurns the balm which constitutes her sleep;
Her plaintive murmurs float upon the gale,
And almost make the stubborn rocks bewail.
"On Death" by George Moses Horton
But vain are the hopes which are formed by a parent,
Fallacious the marks which in infancy shine;
My frail constitution soon made it apparent,
I nourished within me the seeds of decline.
"My Birthday" by Charles Lamb
This empty street, this sky to blandness scoured,
This air, a little indistinct with autumn
Like a reflection, constitute the present —
A time traditionally soured,
A time unrecommended by event.
"Triple Time" by Philip Larkin
And neither the Emancipation Proclamation
nor the Civil War nor one constitutional
amendment after another nor one Civil Rights
legislation after another could bring about a
yielding of the followers of that gospel
to the beauty of our human face.
"Jim Crow: The Sequel" by June Jordan
Cert petitions were filed this past Friday, July 20, in two cases that challenge the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, one involving Shelby County, Ala. And the other, Kinston, N.C.
Maine constitutional offices likely to change hands .
While I hope to have upcoming posts soon on Constitutional principles, gambling in Pennsylvania and the national debt, deficit spending and China, the events of the weekend have led me to search out some more positive notes for this post.
Turnout large in vote on Chechen constitution.
Voters in Chechnya appeared to approve a constitution Sunday the Kremlin hopes will bring stability to the separatist region after nearly a decade of bloodshed.
The appeals court justices, however, sent a portion of the case back to the state district court to consider the constitutionality of the Texas Chiropractic Act and the Scope of Practice Rule.
When the United States was established as a new nation the Constitution of that nation expressly provided for a separation of church and state.
A federal judge ruled yesterday that a program giving thousands of Cleveland children taxpayer-financed vouchers to attend parochial schools violated the Constitution's separation of church and state.
The Supreme Court opened the door today to a fresh look at the constitutional boundary between church and state by agreeing to decide whether public school graduation ceremonies can include prayers that mention God.
After all, someone who graduated from Harvard Law School, edited the Harvard Law Review, and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School must be familiar with Marbury v. As Wikipedia explains, it's an important case.
History teacher Dan Yoder uses the trip as an opportunity to study Constitutional law and the justice system.
An anti-war demonstration three years ago in San Francisco is triggering a fight over constitutional rights.
Vote against raising taxes and jeopardizing our Constitution.
Is the California Constitutional Convention campaign getting blacklisted.
New York Needs a Constitutional Convention .
Measurement of the individual systems do not necessarily constitute an optimal test of similarity or difference in the states of the two systems.
Comparison of two unknown pure quantum states
Therefore, the above response function is entirely constituted by the aging term χag (t, tw ).
Off equilibrium response function in the one dimensional random field Ising model
Although not diﬃcult to solve numerically in practice,2 theirs does not constitute an algebraic proof.
Computational Geometry Column 43
Throughout this paper we have discussed combinations of games, each of which constitutes particular strategies.
Parrondo Games and Quantum Algorithms
Small-scale perturbations, on the other hand, are good candidates for rapid, yet not highly dynamic condensation, and constitute the paradigm of cloud formation via the isobaric mode of TI.
The nonlinear development of the thermal instability in the atomic ISM and its interaction with random fluctuations