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Thus the Constitutional Assembly did not hear an appreciable number of opinions and would end reflecting the objectives of the " Brazilian Party ", to the detriment of the " Portuguese Party " and the liberals.
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Thus and Constitutional
Thus, a particular exercise of personal jurisdiction must not only be permitted by Constitutional doctrine, but be statutorily authorized as well.
Thus, the Constitutional principle of bicameralism and the separation of powers doctrine were disregarded in this case, and this legislative veto of executive decisions was struck down.
Thus, in MacCormick v. Lord Advocate, the Lord President ( Lord Cooper ) stated that " the principle of the unlimited sovereignty of Parliament is a distinctively English principle which has no counterpart in Scottish Constitutional Law ", and that legislation contrary to the Act of Union would not necessarily be regarded as constitutionally valid.
Thus, Bayh assumed the Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee chairmanship less than a year into his first term.
Thus, George Washington's lobbying for interstate cooperation on the Potomac helped prepare the way for the Constitutional Convention of 1787.
Thus, one sees artists ’ renderings of tree trunks, leaves, sky and shadows from light shining through the branches throughout the building —“ justice under the trees .” The collages celebrate these lofty themes and the art of the Constitutional Court as well as the spirit of all involved in its creation.
The majority conceeded that “ If we were to derive a rule exclusively to address the uncontested facts of this case, Atwater might well prevail .” The majority also acknowledged specific directness in its actual opinion, “ suggesting that courts look with ‘ disfavor ’ on such legislative enactments ‘ as interfering with the constitutional liberties of the subject ’.” Furthermore, the majority decision concluded that “ warrantless misdemeanor arrests not need constitutional attention ,” and that “ It is of course easier to devise a minor-offense limitation by statute than to derive one through the Constitution ” Thus, the court rejected adopting a new Constitutional law rule by focusing on administrability concerns.
Thus and Assembly
Thus, " Armageddon " would mean " Mountain of Assembly ," which Jordan says is " a reference to the assembly at Mount Sinai, and to its replacement, Mount Zion.
Thus, on 2 December 1851, shortly before the end of his single three-year term in office was to expire, Louis Bonaparte staged a coup against the Second Republic in France, disbanded the elected Constituent Assembly, arrested some of the Republican leaders and declared himself Emperor Napoleon III of France.
Thus, in 1938, Somoza Garcia named a Constituent Assembly that gave the president extensive power and elected him for another eight-year term.
Thus, the Council was to consist of ( 1 ) all U. N. members administering trust territories, ( 2 ) the five permanent members of the Security Council, and ( 3 ) as many other non-administering members as needed to equalize the number of administering and non-administering members, elected by the United Nations General Assembly for renewable three-year terms.
Thus, the funds of the Civil List ( la Liste civile ), voted annually by the National Assembly were partially assigned to secret expenses in order to preserve the monarchy.
Thus an act to establish the County of Bland passed the General Assembly of the State of Virginia on March 30, 1861.
Thus, it became clear that, at most, the National Assembly could achieve national unity within the smaller German solution, with Prussia as the sole major power.
Thus, the Plebeian Curiate Assembly became the Plebeian Tribal Assembly, and the Plebeians became politically independent.
Thus later outcomes of the court can be affected by legislation passed by the Oregon Legislative Assembly or through the initiative and referendum process.
Thus, it was necessary to convene once again, this time in Kharkiv in 1918, to discuss the elections for the General Jewish Assembly.
Thus, China being still legally one single country including the Mainland and Taiwan, the question facing the General Assembly was that of deciding which is the legitimate Government of China: the Government controlling the whole of the Mainland, or the Government deposed from the Mainland and in control of an archipelago only.
Thus, in the 1998 presidential elections, one of Chávez's electoral promises was to organise a referendum asking the people if they wanted to convene a National Constituent Assembly.
Thus, the new single-chamber National Assembly dropped the prior traditional arrangement of the bifurcation of legislative powers between a Chamber of Deputies and a Senate.
Thus, the " Plebeian Curiate Assembly " began to use tribes, rather than curiae, as its basis for organization.
Thus they abandoned the parliament and all other institutions, beating the drum and accusing the other side that " they have thrown us out of the republic " ( to this day, the seats reserved for the Turks are still empty in the Assembly of Republic of Cyprus ).
Thus, redistributions were not predictable and occurred only when consensus in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick demanded it.
Thus and did
Thus, theory and doctrine applicable among the great nations and the smaller European states did not really comfortably fit less developed and less powerful societies elsewhere.
Thus, while it remains possible that the Babylonians and/or the Pythagoreans may perhaps have had the magic square of three before the Chinese did, more definite evidence will have to turn up from the Middle East or the Classical World before China can lose her claim to the earliest known magic square by more than a thousand years.
Thus, the Mahayana metaphysic of mystical union for salvation was distilled down to a bare self-seeking, and for this reason, the mystic in Asia did not long remain in isolated contemplation.
Thus the court held that practices such as sleep deprivation, subjecting individual to intense noise and requiring them to stand against a wall with their limbs outstretched for extended periods of time, did not constitute torture.
Thus he supported the Irish independence movement and the anti-czarist Russian Revolution of 1917, but did not approve of Vladimir Lenin.
Thus the decision to involve the Inquisition, which therefore did not instigate the trial and in fact showed a reluctance throughout its duration.
Thus, Nathanael ’ s question, “ Can anything good come out of Nazareth ?” is consistent with a negative view of Nazareth in the canonical gospels, and with the Johannine proclamation that even his brothers did not believe in him.
Thus this type of land appropriation did not violate the Lockean proviso – there was " still enough, and as good left.
Thus, Jevons anticipated a key feature of the RSA Algorithm for public key cryptography, although he certainly did not invent the concept of public key cryptography.
Thus, Adam's sin was " to set a bad example " for his progeny, but his actions did not have the other consequences imputed to original sin.
Thus, Romania was created as a personal union, albeit a Romania that did not include Transylvania, where the upper class and the aristocracy remained mainly Hungarian, although Romanian nationalism inevitably ran up against Hungarian nationalism at the end of the 19th century.
Thus, Stephen strengthened his power in Transdanubia, but several parts of Hungary still did not accept his rule.
Thus the kings of Epirus claimed their lineage from Achilles, and so did Alexander the Great, whose mother was of that royal house.
Thus the Augustinian theodicist would argue that the problem of evil and suffering is void because God did not create evil ; it was man who chose to deviate from the path of perfect goodness.
Thus the towpath on the Chesterfield Canal changes to the south bank while it passes through the Osberton Estate, as the Foljambes, who lived in Osberton Hall, did not want boatmen passing too close to their residence.
Thus the heater did not function as an electrode, but simply served to heat the cathode sufficiently for it to emit electrons by thermionic emission.
Thus in Puget Sound itself, the names given by Wilkes are common and Spanish names rare, while the reverse is true for the San Juan and Gulf Islands ( although the Spanish did not explore Puget Sound as thoroughly as the British and Americans, resulting in fewer Spanish names to start with ).
Thus, empirical observations of the frequency of spoiled elections do not provide a good measure of how prone to spoiling the voting method is, since the observations omit the relevant information about potential candidates ( e. g., Hillary Clinton ) who did not run because they did not want to spoil the election.