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But the idea of an enumeration of particulars which neither explain nor qualify the general meaning, and can have no other effect than to confound and mislead, is an absurdity, which, as we are reduced to the dilemma of charging either on the authors of the objection or on the authors of the Constitution, we must take the liberty of supposing, had not its origin with the latter.
The terms used in them are in their substance and general meaning the same, although they seem to be different.
Though I have forgot the exact terms, I have a perfect impression of the general meaning.
Petersburg, throws a light on the general meaning of this individual case.
Two evaluations constituted stage 3: an evaluation of referential meaning and an evaluation of general meaning.
Second, a claim construction approach that emphasizes the general meaning in the technical field and permits only limited resort to the disclosure in the patent itself continues to garner precedential and scholarly support.
It then acquired the more general meaning of 'female servant' and 'dairymaid' before becoming a male occupational term for somebody in charge of a dairy.
Recent studies suggest (and many cat owners have figured out) that each sound has a general meaning, and interpreting what a cat's vocalizations might be telling us can go a long way toward finding a solution to an excessively vocal kitty.
As it shown in the works of Eyn Al Ghozat, he does not consider any importance for the apparent meaning of the holy Quran independently and he is considering mainly the inward meaning of the Holy Quran representing the main sophisticated statements of the Quran based on a general meaning.
Simmons-Harris (the 2002 Ohio school voucher case) was Thomas's "breakthrough opinion" on the subject, Rossum notes, but Thomas elaborated on the original general meaning of the Establishment Clause in three other cases--Elk Grove Unified School District v.
I have attempted, through literary creation, to bring out the general meaning and human content of personal experience.
A persistent methodological split exists in the Federal Circuit as to whether claim construction focuses on a term's general meaning in the field of the invention (as evidenced through expert testimony or technical publications), with only limited resort to the description in the patent itself, or on the term's use in the patent itself, with only limited resort to extrinsic evidence for background.