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Word: constitution

Definition: constituting; system of laws; composition of something; physical makeup or structure of a person; Ex. men with strong constitutions


Sentences Containing 'constitution'

15 of the Constitution stipulates its name as the "Parliament".
1864 Constitution of the Kingdom of Hawaii
According to the 1848 constitution he was eligible for a second term in office.
But in this case the State has provided no way: its very Constitution is the evil.
But in this case the State has provided no way; its very Constitution is the evil.
Constitution of the United Arab Emirates
Federal Constitution of the United Mexican States
First, Ecuadorian people would choose a Constitution.
He does not believe there is a right to collective bargaining because it is not in the Constitution.
He is a member of the House of Lords Constitution Committee.
He was double my mother's age when he married, and of but a delicate constitution.
He was instrumental in reorganizing the community, and he drew up its constitution.
He was one of the authors of the Constitution of RA.
He well deserves to be called, as he has been called, the Defender of the Constitution.
How can Quebec be a nation when they have no constitution?
In order to win a second term after the adoption of the new constitution.
In the 1863 constitution it was part of Cauca State.
Is it not better to disarm them by granting them the privileges of the constitution?
It was only whether people, who are like each other in their moral constitution--is that the phrase?'
It was, nonetheless, considered a liberal constitution for its time.
My dear Doctor, it was his spirit, not his constitution, that he ventured on so boldly.
Names of the Indian Constitution in the official languages of India
On April 19, a new constitution was approved.
On September 9, 1946, the tribe's constitution and bylaws were approved.
One of the more controversial aspects of the constitution covered land reform.
Part Twelve of the Constitution of India
Section 2 of the Constitution of Australia
Supremacy and the binding force of the Constitution.
That constitution, on the contrary, would be completed by it, and seems to be imperfect without it.
The Constitution Act 1986 is the principal formal statement of New Zealand's constitution.
The Constitution of Sweden bans discrimination on grounds of "sexual orientation".
The Constitution prohibits discrimination based on religion.
The constitution says Malay is the national language.
The constitution was adopted in May 1898.
The constitution was based on the constitution of the United States of America, but the Mexican constitution made Roman Catholicism the official, and only, religion of the country.
The constitution was established in 1872.
The constitution was subsequently modified but remained of a liberal character.
The framers of the U.S. Constitution were influenced by the Constitution of the Republic of the United Provinces.
The new constitution was passed in 1978.
The original constitution of OASC was written in 1954.
The society was incorporated in 1809 and established a constitution in 1810.
The state constitution was confirmed by referendum on 18 May 1947.
Then new concessions to the people, then a constitution, then liberty.
This was retained in the 1976 constitution.
This was the only diocese of the church to create its own constitution.
This would remain the case until the adoption of the 1970 constitution.
This, what is it in itself, and by itself, according to its proper constitution?
Under the most recent constitution, there are 35 ministries.
We have had a constitution since before the American revolution."
World Kindness AustraliaTHE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION

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