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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 resulting partition will be a partition enumerated by [C.
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.
In the end, Scalia even maintains that Congress lacked the power to enact the Brady Act under, of all things, the Necessary and Proper Clause - thus suggesting, for the first time in a "commandeering" case, a resurrection of the enumerated powers doctrine.
Supreme Court ruled the term capital assets includes property owned - except for enumerated statutory exclusions (including inventory) - regardless of whether the property is acquired and held for a business motive or as an investment.
In our view, that balance is struck through the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, which applies the rights enumerated in the Bill of Rights, rather than what many have labeled the 'discovered' rights that courts have found in the Due Process Clause.
Screenshots, sample code, plain-terms language and enumerated instructions all combine to make Creating Database-Backed Library Web Pages Using Open Source Tools a snap to use.
A straightforward do's and don'ts recommendation list, with key tips enumerated in bullet points, covering everything from the effects of workgroup size to the extent to which secrets should be shared to the nuts and bolts of the study itself and how it was conducted.
The appeals court upheld, finding that RLUIPA did not violate the Tenth Amendment because it was within the enumerated power of Congress, and that Congress properly exercised its spending power by unambiguously conditioning the use of federal funds for state prisons on the related accommodation of the religious exercise of prisoners.