Now curriculum developers and publishers can create curricular materials where technology is inextricably interwoven into those materials and feel confident that those materials will be enactable
The three reference frameworks discussed but also the specific process architectures examined (Anzbock & Dustda, 2004; Danial & Ward, 2006; Maanmar, 2006) have a common denominator in their architecture: an enactable
business process model.
statutory override, which made clear precisely where enactable
(70) He describes Chevron as a way for courts to reach outcomes most likely to accord with the enacting legislature's wishes because use of the doctrine favors interpretations consistent with current enactable
In view of Cassandra's conclusion, in which no subjective agent saves herself or others, I maintain that Wolf's portrayal urges us to consider carefully the implications of treating empowerment and resistance as concepts that are enactable
once anchored in critical consciousness.
A process programming language (PPL) is a formal enactable
metamodel of the software process.
In short, Elhauge argues that where public preferences are actually enactable
by law, courts should resolve statutory ambiguities against enactable
preferences in order to elicit a legislative response.
But "when enactable
preferences are unclear, often the best choice is instead a preference-eliciting default rule that is more likely to provoke a legislative reaction that resolves the statutory indeterminacy...." Id.
easier to enact politically (though admittedly still not enactable