constitutions

All Noun
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  • The governor's term has been for four years in all four state constitutions.
  • Many states have had several constitutions over the course of its history.
  • This Constitution also contains more extensive rights than any of the previous constitutions.
  • They created new state constitutions to set new directions for southern states.
  • Some countries have noted the right as part of their constitutions.
  • In many western countries this right is mentioned in national constitutions.
  • None of the several proposed constitutions ever came into effect.
  • Under the federal constitutions, the title of President was the same as the current.
  • Union constitutions may also require the signature of their national or regional president.
  • Constitutions are often amended when people change their minds about what the government should do.
  • Countries whose written constitutions include a bill of rights include Germany, India and Japan.
  • Since then another five countries have integrated food sovereignty into their national constitutions or laws.
  • The so-called Constitutions of King John are the foundation of modern self-government.
  • Its constitutions, drawn up by himself, are praised as a model of their kind.
  • In the following year the two states issued their constitutions.
  • Not all these can be considered constitutions, and not all of them enjoyed universal application.
  • The provinces also wrote their own constitutions, a right which the Congress recognized.
  • Economic, social and cultural rights are less likely than civil and political rights to be protected in national constitutions.
  • The provinces and the capital have their own constitutions, but exist under a federal system.
  • A majority of state constitutions allow arms for any citizen in self-defense of himself or the state.
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Root form of constitutions is constitution for the noun.

Meaning of constitutions

  • noun The act of forming or establishing something
    the constitution of a PTA group last year, it was the establishment of his reputation, he still remembers the organization of the club
  • noun The way in which someone or something is composed
  • noun A united states 44-gun frigate that was one of the first three naval ships built by the united states; it won brilliant victories over british frigates during the war of 1812 and is without doubt the most famous ship in the history of the united states navy; it has been rebuilt and is anchored in the charlestown navy yard in boston