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  • Info In grammar, a clause is the smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition. more...
  • Sometimes a union will strike rather than sign an agreement with a no-strike clause.
  • Second, the section contains the due process of law as well as the equal protection clauses.
  • It includes the due process and equal protection clauses among others.
  • Any number and variety of catch clauses can be used above.
  • They can be viewed as basic, other clause types being derived from them.
  • She accepted it and had a clause put in her contract that allowed her to return to the stage on occasion.
  • The clause was intended to prevent the country from ever becoming an aggressive military power again.
  • The contract also featured a full no-trade clause.
  • Another notable feature is the re-use of the same clauses for different commands.
  • At least six states have such conscience clauses for personnel in medical-related fields.
  • The last clause kept the treaty secret as long as both parties considered its publication unnecessary.
  • However, this would be a rare union agreement clause that could be used, but was not a regular issue.
  • Several contentious clauses, including one that allowed for only one political party were changed in the following years.
  • It also contains the additional clauses to cover specific requirements of the project and project documents.
  • The terms offered included the clause that all Protestants had to leave the city within two years.
  • One example would be to obtain an inheritance that has a marriage clause.
  • The deal included a full no-trade clause.
  • Spanish and English will use the present tense in this type of clause.
  • The non-compete clause is signed by all employees upon being accepted by management after an initial interview has been completed.
  • This clause does not result in a permanent increase in the number of Senate seats, however.
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Meaning of clause

  • noun (grammar) an expression including a subject and predicate but not constituting a complete sentence