constitutionally defined

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  • The proposed amendment would have constitutionally defined marriage as exclusively between one man and one woman.
  • The Leader of the Independent Members has no specific, constitutionally defined functions.
  • The imperial power, it must be remembered, was not absolute, but constitutionally defined. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 72, October, 1863, by Various
  • Mexico City is constitutionally defined as the federal district and seat of the "Powers of the Union".
  • Some critics charge that the executive branch has usurped Congress's constitutionally defined task of declaring war.
  • Some critics charge that the executive branch has usurped Congress's Constitutionally-defined task of declaring war.
  • The Massachusetts Attorney General is an elected constitutionally defined executive officer of the Massachusetts Government.
  • The Volkshammer was constitutionally defined as the highest organ of state power.
  • It therefore claims no hierarchy, but for administrative purposes numerous categories of membership are constitutionally defined, as are lines of communication.
  • The right of (legislative) initiative is the constitutionally defined power to propose a new law (bill).
  • Those two symbols, along with the national anthem, are the constitutionally defined national symbols of Belarus.
  • In 2006, she voted against the Federal Marriage Amendment, which would have constitutionally defined marriage as being between a man and woman.
  • Therefore, the moral and legal failures in question were the fault of the Japanese military and the government, for not executing their constitutionally defined duty.
  • The Little Shell Tribe is governed by a constitutionally defined elected tribal council, which has maintained its integrity throughout the 20th century.
  • Another distinguishing characteristic, equally important, is the fact that the governor was to be chosen by a constitutionally defined electorate, not by the legislature. Cited from Constitution of the U.S.: Analysis and Interpretation, ed. by E. Corwin
  • Vovk steadfastly sought to have the communist authorities recognize the constitutionally defined position of the Church and to abandon their persecution and accusations against it.
  • In 1924, Sierra Leone was divided into a Colony and a Protectorate, with separate and different political systems constitutionally defined for each.
  • In 1924, the UK government divided Sierra Leone into a Colony and a Protectorate, with separate and different political systems constitutionally defined for each.
  • In practice, however, the real power is vested in the NDC chairman (who has also been leader of the Workers' Party), an office constitutionally defined as the "highest post in the state."
  • One of the three federal regions of Belgium is still constitutionally defined as the Walloon Region, but the region's government has renamed it Wallonia, and it is commonly called Wallonia.
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