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Enumerated

This term is often used in law as equivalent to mentioned specifically, designated, or expressly named or granted; as in speaking of enumerated governmental powers, items of property, or articles in a tariff schedule.

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constitutional right nowhere enumerated in the Constitution.
The last partition is the associated partition of [pi] enumerated by [D.sub.2,5] (290).
The Articles of Confederation had limited the Congress to "expressly delegated" powers and the Framers removed the limitation because it had been "destructive to the Union." The best reading of the Constitution, moreover, is that it gives Congress the general power "to provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States." The phrase is a synonym for the Convention's supposedly mandatory resolution allowing Congress to "legislate for the common interests of the Union." The enumerated powers of article I, section 8 are best read as desirable activities that are illustrative of the appropriate national sphere, but not exhaustive.
Of all 2,597 homeless persons enumerated, 23 percent were female and 77 percent were male; 76 percent were Caucasian, 15 percent were Aboriginal, and 8 percent were visible minorities.
Importantly, for registered nurse positions, these petitions can only be filed if the nurse has satisfied both credentialing and licensure requirements enumerated under the law.
Since there is no loading latency during system power-up, the device is always enumerated by the PCI bus.
The legislative history confirms that Congress intended to adopt the SEC's definitions of certain enumerated non-audit services, including the SEC's exceptions for appraisal, valuation, and actuarial tax services.
Generally a parry may invoke a force majeure clause if an enumerated event occurs that is out of the party's control and prevents performance of a contractual obligation.
The state supreme court concluded that the law violated the limited exemption of taxation to property specifically enumerated in the state constitution.
For every right enumerated, the guide provides the specific state statutes for patients to cite when seeking care from their HMOs.
Constitution, only certain powers are enumerated to the federal government.
* Transactions expected to reduce a corporation's income tax liability by more than $5 million in a single tax year or more than $10 million in multiple years if at least two of six enumerated characteristics are part of the deal.