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According to this doctrine, the universe was ruled by Heaven, T'ien -- as a natural force, or in the personification of a Supreme Sky-god -- governing all things by means of a process called the Tao, which can be roughly interpreted as `` the Order of the Universe '' or `` the Universal Way ''.
According to some sources, the Reform movement has maintained that a Jew who has converted to another religion is no longer a Jew, and the Israeli Government has also taken that stance after Supreme Court cases and statutes.
According to the Supreme Court of the United States, the treaty power authorizes Congress to legislate under the Necessary and Proper Clause in areas beyond those specifically conferred on Congress ( Missouri v. Holland, 252 U. S. 416 ( 1920 )).
According to the Federal Constitution of Malaysia, the YDPA is considered as the Supreme Head of the Federation ( Article 32 ).
According to the constitution, the legislative Supreme People's Assembly ( SPA ) is the highest organ of state power.
According to the constitution, North Korea is a Democratic Republic and the Supreme People's Assembly and provincial People's Assemblies are elected by direct universal suffrage and secret ballot.
According to professor A. V. Dicey in An Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution, the essential features of a federal constitution are: a ) A written supreme constitution in order to prevent disputes between the jurisdictions of the Federal and State authorities ; b ) A distribution of power between the Federal and State governments and c ) A Supreme Court vested with the power to interpret the Constitution and enforce the law of the land remaining independent of both the executive and legislative branches.
According to former United States Assistant Attorney General Walter E. Dellinger III the Supreme Court and the Attorneys General have long interpreted the Take Care Clause as standing for the proposition that the President has no inherent constitutional authority to suspend the enforcement of the laws, particularly of statutes.
According to the Supreme Court, " redress of grievances " is to be construed broadly: it includes not solely appeals by the public to the government for the redressing of a grievance in the traditional sense, but also, petitions on behalf of private interests seeking personal gain.
According to the Supreme Court, the Eighth Amendment forbids some punishments entirely, and forbids some other punishments that are excessive when compared to the crime, or compared to the competence of the perpetrator.
According to the U. S. Supreme Court, the United States treated captured Barbary corsairs as prisoners of war, indicating that they were considered as legitimate privateers by at least some of their opponents, as well as by their home countries.
According to the Allied Supreme Commander Douglas MacArthur, the provision was suggested by Prime Minister Kijūrō Shidehara, who " wanted it to prohibit any military establishment for Japan — any military establishment whatsoever.
According to the case law of the Supreme Court of the German Reich, the illegality of covertly conducted actions did not cancel out the principle of secrecy.
According to the opinion of the Supreme Court of the German Reich, every citizen owes his Fatherland a duty of allegiance regarding information, and endeavours towards the enforcement of existing laws may be implemented only through the utilization of responsible domestic state organs, and never by appealing to foreign governments.
According to Chris Taylor, lead designer of Supreme Commander, he said, " first attempt at visualizing RTSs in a fresh and interesting new way was my realizing that although we call this genre ' Real-Time Strategy ,' it should have been called ' Real-Time Tactics ' with a dash of strategy thrown in.
According to ex-Chief of the Puerto Rico Supreme Court Jose Trias Monge, " no federal law has ever been found to be locally inapplicable to Puerto Rico.
According to a 1995 Supreme Court of India judgement the word Hindutva could be used to mean " the way of life of the Indian people and the Indian culture or ethos ".
According to Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī, this Brahmaloka is the loka or abode of Brahman, or the Supreme Lord.
According to the Grant County Register, in February 1888, the Supreme Court of Kansas declared Ulysses the temporary county seat of Grant County, Kansas.
According to Joseph Smith, Jr., the name of this priesthood became Melchizedek " because Melchizedek was such a great high priest " and " to avoid the too frequent repetition " of the " name of the Supreme Being ".
According to historian Stanley Vestal, who conducted interviews with surviving Hunkpapa in 1930, Sitting Bull was made " Supreme Chief of the whole Sioux Nation " at this time.
According to Eliade, heavenly Supreme Beings are actually less common in more advanced cultures.
According to the Supreme Court ruling in United States v. Ballin ( 1892 ), changes to Senate rules could be achieved by a simple majority, but only on the 1st day of the session in January or March.

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According to Press-Enterprise Co. v. Superior Court,, trials can be closed at the behest of the government on account of there being " an overriding interest based on findings that closure is essential to preserve higher values and is narrowly tailored to serve that interest.
According to historian Robert Nisbet Bain, it was one of Elizabeth ’ s “ chief glories that, so far as she was able, she put a stop to that mischievous contention of rival ambitions at Court, which had disgraced the reigns of Peter II, Anne and Ivan VI, and enabled foreign powers to freely interfere in the domestic affairs of Russia .” She was also deeply religious, passing several pieces of legislation that undid much of the work her father had done to limit the power of the church.
According to the report, all review submissions, with the exception of that provided by the Federal Magistrates ' Court, " considered that the most effective model for the delivery by the Courts of family law services would be a single family court, with two separate judicial divisions serviced by a single administration.
According to the Court, the change from a traditional common law approach to a less adversarial trial " has significant implications, not only for the conduct of family law litigation, but also for the conduct of litigation as a whole.
According to the Family Court, " in a less adversarial trial:
According to the Court, " the restrictive criminal abortion laws in effect in a majority of States today are of relatively recent vintage.
According to Blackmun, Stewart felt that the cases were a straightforward application of Younger v. Harris and recommended that the Court move forward as scheduled.
According to Josephus, there were ten entrances into the inner courts, four on the south, four on the north, one on the east and one leading east to west from the Court of Women to the court of the Israelites, named the Nicanor Gate.
According to a report issued in 2007 by the Basque Court of Auditors, the museum paid more than US $ 27 million for the acquisition of art between 2002 and 2005, including Serra's ' The Matter of Time ' for the cavernous ground-floor gallery.
According to a U. S. District Court Memorandum of Decision in 1993, Scientologists " have abused the federal court system by using it, inter alia, to destroy their opponents, rather than to resolve an actual dispute over trademark law or any other legal matter.
According to the Court, the statewide standard ( that a " legal vote " is " one in which there is a ' clear indication of the intent of the voter '") could not guarantee that each county would count the votes in a constitutionally permissible fashion.

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According to the Louisiana Historical Association, he named some African Americans to federal positions, such as Walter L. Cohen of New Orleans, Louisiana, whom he named comptroller of customs.
According to Mark Weber, associate editor of the IHR's Journal of Historical Review Director of the IHR, " If by the ' Holocaust ' you mean the political persecution of Jews, some scattered killings, if you mean a cruel thing that happened, no one denies that.
According to page 7 of the book Coraopolis, by Gia Tatone, Coraopolis Historical Society ( 2007 ), " The newspaper Frank Braden, Jr. uncovered was simply called the News and was published in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, on June 5, 1897.
According to the Connecticut Historical Society, the chapel was constructed in 1831 with funds from " benevolent ladies in Norwich, Hartford and New London " as a church for Mohegan and white residents of the reservation in Montville.
According to the Preston Historical Society, " Schools were built in “ districts ” to serve the local children, until two central schools, one on Poquetanuck and one in Preston City were built between 1938 and 1940.
According to town historians and several original newspaper articles that are displayed at the Desert Inn and Restaurant National Historical site, the town was originally named " Jackass Junction ".
According to the Seminole County Historical Society, it is believed that the name Iron City came about when a new well was being dug and hit a spot of iron ore.
According to the Rock Island County Historical Society, the first more permanently settled inhabitants of the Moline area are thought to be the Sauk and Meskwaki Indians, who founded the village of Saukenuk in 1720 along the Rock River not far from its confluence with the Mississippi.
According to the records of the Maryland Historical Trust, the “ Hamilton House ” was relocated from Lot 74 to Pennsylvania in the last quarter of the 20th Century.
Post House / Holloway House ( CE-384 ; 18th Century ): According to Maryland Historical Trust records, the " Post House " is a frame and log construction building, possibly from the 18th century.
According to the Ogemaw County Genealogical and Historical Society, West Branch was previously known as Logan's Mills in 1863.
According to Melvin Gimmestad's Historical Backgrounds of Mound, Minnesota, " Mound derived its name from the Indian mounds once found within the present-day limits.
According to the book Historical Sites of Warren County, the township was named after the Honorable Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen, a minister and theologian of the Dutch Reformed Church who came to New Jersey in 1720.
According to the Ohio Historical Society, Logan had about 250 residents in 1825, and 600 by 1840.
According to the Ohio Historical Society, Zoar is an island of Old-World charm in east-central Ohio.
According to the Gideon Book of Historical Places, the word city was added to Elmore after the name was confused with Elmer.
According to the National Register of Historical Places Mascot is home to historical site to a Georgian-style house built in 1838, the Chesterfield home which is located at the corner of Old Rutledge Pike and Mine Road.
According to the Mukilteo Historical Society, the town became the first settled by Europeans in 1858 and was the county seat of Snohomish County from 1861 when Snohomish County was created from Island County to 1867, when the city of Snohomish became the county seat.
According to the Institute for Historical Review, Leuchter subsequently took employment as a " telephone solicitor.
According to the Darien Historical Society, the name Darien was decided upon when the residents of the town could not agree on a name to replace Middlesex Parish, many families wanting it to be named after themselves.
According to church law, only the Pope had the power to depose a king. Historical depiction of Adolf ’ s death at the Battle of Göllheim, by Master Simon, Koblenz, 1829
According to Ethelbert Dudley Warfield's book The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798: An Historical Study, Breckinridge was the major author of the Kentucky Resolutions.
According to its original founding, the objectives of the organization are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic:
According to the Historical Jewish Press, The Palestine Post was established " as part of a Zionist-Jewish initiative ", and " Zionist institutions considered the newspaper one of the most effective means of exerting influence on the British authorities ".

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