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Hopefully, contemporary courts will recognize the significance of this unrepealed provision as a legal foundation from which the State of Alaska and its resident Tribes can collaboratively exercise their shared delegated jurisdiction.
Notwithstanding the bleak political, religious, and social scenario, Shelley hopes for a cataclysmic change that would cleanse the English soil from "mud" and "muddy spring" instituted by the unworthy rulers of the time: Religion Christless, Godless-a book sealed; A senate, Time's worst statute, unrepealed - Are graves from which a glorious Phantom may Burst to illumine our tempestuous day.
Although the Act has been slightly modified from time to time, it may be claimed that to all intents and purposes, it stands unrepealed.
Omission of matter not directly relevant to libraries, or unrepealed obsolete material, is indicated by three asterisks (***).
Because this act does, in effect, give the force of an act of Congress, to the then existing State laws on this subject, so long as they should continue unrepealed by the State which enacted them.
etc," Israel is the only free democratic state in the region where every citizen has the right to vote; where the state upholds unrepealed 19th-century Ottoman laws that provide for the continued existence of Palestinian religious, educational and charitable organisations; where there is a free press and judiciary, where freedom of religion is guaranteed in law, and where Islamic law is acknowledged by the state as the law of the land in various civil matters; and where the Palestinians have, through the Wakf religious endowments, complete control over the Muslim holy places to the extent that Jews are legally restricted in their rights to enter places holy to both religions such as the Temple Mount and the Tombs of the Prophets.
A morass of unrepealed or contradictory laws were haphazardly published in various gazettes and newspapers, if published at all; the Presidium still had the power to enact secret laws.
abide by, all those acts which stand unrepealed, than to violate any of
178) Dollfuss took this opportunity to declare that Parliament had suspended itself and that he would now rule under an unrepealed Emergency Decree promulgated at the time of the First World War.
Moreover, unrepealed statutes last indefinitely, while