[permalink] [id link]
All of Thailand's charters and constitutions have recognized a unified kingdom with a constitutional monarchy, but with widely differing balances of power between the branches of government.
Some Related Sentences
All and charters
All of the surviving Edward charters concern the royal heartland of Wessex ; two deal with Crediton where Edward's former tutor Sideman was bishop.
All three charters were issued in October 1788, though dated back to 1780, the year of the original petition.
All that is known of his parents or ancestry is that he had two brothers, Ranulf and Helgot ; his brothers appear as witnesses on William's charters.
All Philippine cities are chartered cities, whose existence as corporate and administrative entities is governed by their own specific charters in addition to the Local Government Code of 1991, which specifies the administrative structure and political powers of subnational government entities.
All three Presidency banks were incorporated as joint stock companies and were the result of the royal charters.
All that remains of the office, per section 11 of the Act is a symbolic role: " Subject to this Act, royal charters and letters patent relating to local authorities shall continue to apply for ceremonial and related purposes in accordance with local civic tradition but shall otherwise cease to have effect .".
All colonial charters guaranteed to the colonists the vague rights and privileges of Englishmen, which would later cause trouble during the revolutionary era.
All and constitutions
All three constitutions contain, in the section on Principles, the sentence, " The separation of Church and State shall be inviolable ", echoing Jefferson's famous phrase.
All of the southern states had created new constitutions that established universal, publicly funded education.
All US state constitutions are subject to federal judicial review ; any provision can be nullified if it, in the view of a majority of the Justices of the United States Supreme Court, as constituted from time to time, conflicts with the US Constitution or any federal law pursuant to the Constitution, even if the identical language was previously upheld as valid by the court.
All and have
All such imitations of negative quality have given rise to a compensatory response in the form of a heroic and highly individualistic humanism: if man can neither know nor love reality as it is, he can at least invent an artistic `` reality '' which is its own world and which can speak to man of purely personal and subjective qualities capable of being known and worthy of being loved.
`` It would be a disgrace, and, as I have already said to the people of Tennessee, if Hearst is nominated, we may as well pen a dispatch, and send it back from the field of battle: ' All is lost, including our honor ' ''.
All across the South there are signs that racial violence is finding less approval among whites who themselves would never take active part but might once have shown a tolerant attitude toward it.
All over the country, belly clubs have never been bigger, especially in Detroit, Boston and Chicago, and even in small towns ; ;
All will do a good job if sharp, but the twist drills don't cut quite as smoothly as the others, since they do not have the outlining spurs that sever the fibers before actual boring starts.
All comments concerning effectiveness and use of drugs have been carefully reviewed by a veterinary medical officer with Aj.
All of these activities are geared to a top-priority communication system, and practice tests have been held to assure that everything will work smoothly.
All the officials on the case seem to have been afflicted with a similar myopia as far as Bridget was concerned, although records in police files contain many reports of servants who have murdered their employers.
And Mr. Skyros didn't like Angie, but what with Prettyman and three of his boys inside, and not likely to come out -- And Angie such a valuable salesman, Prettyman said -- All the nuisance and danger of getting in touch with practically a whole new bunch of boys -- Why did everything have to happen at once??
`` All we have left in the world is one another, and we must stay together the way Mother wanted '', Kowalski said in telling his children of their mother's death yesterday afternoon.
All of this may be understandable enough: it is, however, in fact difficult to see how diocesan authorities could have acted otherwise.
All this emphasis on Centrality and on the number 5 as a symbolic expression of the Center, which seems to have begun as far back as 400 B.C., also may conceivably have led to the development of the Five-Elements School and the subsequent efforts to fit everything into numerical categories of five.
All and recognized
All of the original Seven Ecumenical Councils as recognized in whole or in part were called by an emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire and all were held in the Eastern Roman Empire.
In 1984 Gymnastics for All was officially recognized first as a Sport Program by the FIG ( International Gymnastic Federation ), and subsequently by national gymnastic federations world wide with participants that now number 30 million.
All departments have an escutcheon with which they are commonly associated, but not all are officially recognized or used.
In 1947, he co-starred in the stage play " All My Sons ," written by Arthur Miller, with Kazan directing, and began being recognized as a serious actor.
All three stops are recognized to have at least two allophones each, as follows ( adapted from Müller 1994 ):
All of their efforts will be recognized and remembered by the " Sand Creek Massacre " signs that appear along the roadways from Limon to Casper, Wyoming, and then to Ethete.
When referred to as the Son of Heaven (, ), a title that predates the Qin unification, the Emperor was recognized as the ruler of " All under heaven " ( i. e., the world ).
All remaining governments have recognized one or the other, recognizing that government as the sole legitimate government of all China.
All five social sororities recognized by Rochester Institute of Technology are active members of the National Panhellenic Conference.
All the elements commonly recognized as metalloids ( or their compounds ) have found application in the semiconductor or solid-state electronic industries.
All Adopt-A-Dino donors will be recognized in the following season's ROAR Magazine, in addition to receiving: Two all-sport season passes valid for all Dinos regular season home games, a plaque-mounted photo of your chosen athlete or team, an invitation to a free event to meet an interact with your chosen team, and a tax receipt for $ 890.
All of Yadkin County is included in the Yadkin Valley AVA, an American Viticultural Area recognized by the United States government as a unique grape-growing region.
All other sanctioning bodies of boxing recognized, the then undefeated, Mike Tyson as the heavyweight champion.
The Kayenta Fourth of July Rodeo has been recognized 6 times as the Rodeo of the Year and twice as the Outstanding Rodeo by the All Indian Rodeo Cowboys Association, making it one of the premier rodeos to attend here in the Southwest.
All Chinese posthumous names for rulers end in one or two of the characters for " emperor ", Huángdì ( 皇帝, i. e. emperor ), which can be shortened to Dì ; except about a dozen or so less recognized ones who have had only Dì and no Huáng.
Chief Martin and Womelsdorf were thrown into the national spotlight in March 2008, when Chief Martin was nominated and recognized on America's Most Wanted TV show for an American All Star, he was in the third week, the third highest nominated candidate.
All the recognized Opabinia specimens found so far come from the " Phyllopod bed " of the Burgess Shale, in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia.
** The Patriarch of All Bulgaria and the chief of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in Bulgaria, recognized as a Patriarchate in 927
** The Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia and the chief of the Georgian Orthodox Church in Georgia, recognized as a Catholicate ( Patriarchate ) in 1008
** The Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia and the chief of the Russian Orthodox Church in Russia, recognized as a Patriarchate during 1589
** The Patriarch of All Romania and the chief of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Romania, recognized as a Patriarchate during 1925