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narrowly construed (81)--to fit them in with their unrepealed fellows on
178) Dollfuss took this opportunity to declare that Parliament had suspended itself and that he would now rule under an unrepealed Emergency Decree promulgated at the time of the First World War.
abide by, all those acts which stand unrepealed, than to violate any of
Moreover, unrepealed statutes last indefinitely, while
Here in little old England, the main problem appears to be unrepealed laws.
With the words of Abraham Lincoln in his first inaugural address, the court summoned Florida's public officials to a "higher sense of duty" to respect the laws handed down by elected lawgivers: "I do suggest that it will be much safer for all, both in official and private stations, to conform to and abide by all those acts which stand unrepealed than to violate any of them trusting to find impunity in having them held to be unconstitutional.
This suggests that Medicaid provisions to protect the economic well-being of older married persons when their spouse enters a nursing home (such as those contained in the unrepealed portions of the [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 5 OMITTED] Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act) will have the effect of encouraging the demand for nursing home care.
7) As a result, we can no longer ignore this unrepealed constitutional injunction on the grounds that it is a complete mystery.
If, in any event, an unrestricted convention is permitted by Article V--and of course it is--one should count all valid, unrepealed applications that are not conditioned on the convention being limited to a single topic toward the total needed for such an unrestricted convention.
ACCORDING to unrepealed by-laws of 1896, a Welshman can still be hung for high treason if he dares suggest that anywhere other than Cardiff is the best place to watch a rugby match.