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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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Perhaps the tension between the official idea that the federal government is a government of enumerated powers and the operative reality that the powers of Congress face virtually no internal limits serves some important purpose in the constitutional system.
Hamilton and others were leery of adding a Bill of Rights to the Constitution, lest it eventually undermine the limitations of enumerated powers.
The total number of households enumerated during the survey was 1.
The last partition is the associated partition of [pi] enumerated by [D.
applies only where the defendant was committing or attempting to commit a felony enumerated in section.
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.
For every right enumerated, the guide provides the specific state statutes for patients to cite when seeking care from their HMOs.
The markets were to be free, and the new government was to be given only limited, enumerated powers.
Tait enumerated all possible knot diagrams up to a given crossing number, then grouped those diagrams representing the same knot type.