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If and Reichstag
If the Reichstag threatened to censure his ministers or revoke one of his decrees he could simply dissolve the body and be able to govern without its interference until elections had been held.
If the Reichstag voted against the law, the proposal would automatically be put to a national referendum.
If the Reichstag objected to the emergency decree, it could retaliate by nullifying the decree by majority action, but the President could in effect counter-retaliate under Article 25 and dissolve the Reichstag, and call for new elections within 60 days.
On November 28, German Foreign Secretary Gottlieb von Jagow told the Reichstag ( the German parliament ), that " If Austria is forced, for whatever reason, to fight for its position as a Great Power, then we must stand by her.

If and voted
If more than 75 % of members voted in favour, the building society would then become a limited company like any other.
If they voted " yes ", then an ostracism would be held two months later.
The band remained stable enough to record If I Should Fall from Grace with God in 1988 ( with its Christmas hit duet with Kirsty MacColl " Fairytale of New York ", which was voted " the best Christmas song ever " in VH1 UK polls in 2004 ) and 1989's Peace and Love.
If they voted for a tied player, they have the option of sticking with their vote or changing it.
If the idol holder had received the most number of votes, the player with the next largest number of votes was then immediately voted out.
If the idol holder was tied with the most votes with another player, that player was also immediately voted out.
If the exiled contestant is asked to return after the Tribal Council ( whether they belong to a tribe or not ), they will also be immune from being voted out at the respective Tribal Council.
If there were 100 residents and 35 voters living within the prescribed boundaries, they could hold a referendum to establish a village form of government, he could effectively select individuals to have voted into office, and form his own government complete with codes and ordinances to serve his own interests.
If there was no veto, and the matter was of a significant nature, there was usually a physical division of the house, where senators voted by taking a place on either side of the chamber.
Rudyard Kipling's If — ( 1895 ), often voted Britain's favourite poem.
If amendments are permitted under the rules governing floor action on the bill they are debated and voted upon at the time of the amendment ( although common practice usually permits the House to debate several amendments without immediately voting on them, then voting back-to-back at the end of the series of amendments.
Bright did not speak in the debate but Hamilton notes that great importance was attached to how Bright would vote: " If he abstained from voting or voted against the Government, the Unionist coalition would have been practically broken up.
Rudyard Kipling's If — ( 1895 ), often voted Britain's favourite poem
If a majority voted yes, then Davis would be removed from office once the vote was certified, and the second question would determine his successor.
Over a dozen members of the conservative wing of the RNC submitted a new resolution, to be eventually voted on by the entire RNC, that would call on the Democratic party to rename itself the “ Democrat Socialist Party .” If the RNC adopted this resolution, the RNC ’ s official view would become that Democrats are socialists.
For example in 2004, in Wisconsin and elsewhere voters allegedly received flyers that said,If you already voted in any election this year, you can ’ t vote in the Presidential Election ”, implying that those who had voted in earlier primary elections were ineligible to vote.
If both chambers of the Federal Assembly voted to censure any or all members of the government, the president was obliged to remove those members.
If the report is adopted, the bill is voted upon for final passage in each house.
If fifty percent of the people voted in favor of it, it would become a law.
If the Council voted against the proposal the proposer was immediately strangled.
If members of the team are found to be inappropriate, the President must then reshuffle the team or request a new candidate from the member state or risk the whole Commission being voted down.
He is credited as writer of classic heavy metal tunes " If I Were King ", " Lets Go ", and " 100mph "; was voted one of the top 15 guitarists of the 1980s and was famed for his searing Fender Telecaster sound.

If and overrule
If, however, the referee is on the court during play, the referee may overrule the umpire's decision ( This would only happen in Davis Cup or Fed Cup matches, not at the World Group level, when a chair umpire from a non-neutral country is in the chair ).
If a meet physician is on-site, his or her judgment would overrule such documentation.
If the judges differed or abstained, the director could overrule them with his vote.
If he exercises his veto without the CPA's concurrence, Parliament may overrule his decision with a resolution passed with a two-thirds majority vote.

If and objection
The U. S. Supreme Court explained this, in U. S. Public Workers v. Mitchell: " If granted power is found, necessarily the objection of invasion of those rights, reserved by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, must fail.
If the form objection is made, the opposite party still has the right to re-phrase the same question and ask it again.
If an attorney failed to " take an exception " immediately after the court's ruling on the objection, he waived his client's right to appeal the issue.
If an audience is likely to feel that it is being crowded into a position, if there is any likelihood that the requirements of dramatic " efficiency " would lead to the blunt ignoring of a possible protest from at least some significant portion of the onlookers, the author must get this objection stated in the work itself.
If the governor's objection had stood the project would have been abandoned and a new site chosen.
If the King of Spain ever refused in conscience to grant Royal Assent to a Bill a procedure similar to the one that was used in Belgium to handle King Baudouin's objection would not be possible under the current Constitution: in Spain, if the King were ever declared incapable of discharging the royal authority, his powers would not be transferred to the Cabinet pending the parliamentary appointment of a Regency.
If you desire to have a Castle detective employed about the United Irishman office in Trinity Street I shall make no objection, provided the man be sober and honest.
Another objection is the " conscientious Nazi " — imagine a Nazi who wants to kill all Jews, and even says " If I found out I was Jewish I'd kill myself ".
* From the 1990s, the popular meanings of the word criticism have started to evolve more strongly toward " having an objection ", " expressing dissent ", " stating a dislike ", " wanting to dissociate from something ", or " rejecting something " (" If you liked it, you would not be criticizing it ").
If this objection could not be resolved, the Reich president at his discretion could call for a plebiscite or let the proposed law die.
If Joscelin was still alive, he made no recorded objection.
If an objection is not raised and proceedings are allowed to continue without disapproval, it will be held that the party has waived its right to do so.
Despite the obvious objection a player may have to this, If you have all four cards of a number, you can call " cheat " on the any player who plays the " card ".
If, after the objection has been assessed, the taxpayer is still dissatisfied, an appeal may be made to the Tax Court of Canada.
If there is an objection, the street works authority can either discontinue, or it can go to the magistrates court.
If there is such an objection, the proposed civil partnership cannot be formed unless the objection is withdrawn or if the registration authority is satisfied that the objection ought not to prevent the formation of the civil partnership.
As Binnie J explains: " If modification of these posters were to give rise to any legitimate objection on the part of the artist, it must be as a result of violation of his " moral " right to the integrity of his work.
If the objection to the possible deviation of the new theory is not answered it is irrelevant as often history has shown that in fact differing points of view change or modify their fields of application, for example the physics of Aristotle and Newton .»
The chair may state, for instance: " If there is no objection, the motion will be adopted.
If an elf feels they cannot agree with the motion, they may " major object " or " minor object " to it ( for a motion to fail, a minimum one is needed of the former objection and 3 of the latter ).

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