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constitutional

 [kon″stĭ-too´shun-al]
1. pertaining to the constitution.
2. affecting the whole constitution of the body; not local.
constitutional disease one involving a system of organs or one with widespread symptoms.

con·sti·tu·tion·al

(kon'sti-tū'shŭn-ăl),
1. Relating to a body's constitution.
2. General; relating to the system as a whole; not local.

con·sti·tu·tion·al

(kon'sti-tū'shŭn-ăl)
1. Relating to a body's constitution.
2. General; relating to the system as a whole; not local.

constitutional

1. affecting the whole constitution of the body; not local.
2. pertaining to the constitution.

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Q. What really constitutes ADD? Don't all kids have short attention spans because they are curious? What I'm saying is. I'm a very curious fellow, so, therefore, I cannot hold my attention to one thing for more than a minute. Does this mean I have ADD?

A. to what you said about how come they didn't have all these problems lots of years ago, I'll have to say it is true the kids today have a lot more stimulations than what kids had a 100 years ago, though, these problems- ADD and ADHD did exist, even with less things around to lose focus to. even about 20 years ago, when the awareness was too small, teachers just called these kids "stupid" or slow, cause they wern't able to listen for a long period of time and then did'nt know what to answer when asked. the awareness helped save lots of very smart focusless kids...

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Graber, Almost Legal: Disobedience and Partial Nullification in American Constitutional Politics and Law, in Nullification and Secession in Modern Constitutional Thought 146, 168 (Sanford Levinson ed.
Any other aspect regarding the concept of organic conflicts cannot even be deduced from the constitutional provisions, thing that raises a series of questions about this domain and also places the Constitutional Court of Romania into a relatively difficult position, who in order to fulfill its role as the guardian of legal disputes of a constitutional nature is obliged to intervene and clarify, in all respects, the enigmatic character of these legal disputes.
17) As it turns out, New Mexico's amendment rules are unique in that they require all proposed constitutional amendments to be published in both Spanish and English.
We should adapt to the changing times and if we see provisions that are not helpful or less helpful, we should change it even through constitutional means.
Although the three countries have witnessed different trajectories of constitutional development, the models in place in each country offer a lot to learn.
His attitude is that he will continue to mark that date, no matter what the decision of the BiH Constitutional Court will be.
Could anyone imagine three years ago that the judges of the Constitutional Court would be selected by well-known Ukrainian lawyers, judges of the European Court of Human Rights in retirement, that the honorary Chairman of the Venice Commission would be in the commission?
This piece of legislation, renamed "Code of Independent Constitutional Bodies" was adopted on July 5 by a majority of MPs (133 votes in favor, 5 against and 1 abstention).
The agenda for the conference included addresses and technical presentations by key officials of the constitutional reform process of Sri Lanka.
Most of the modern states define a system of fundamental legal norms as Constitutional Law.
Therefore, for Erdoy-an and the government there is no way to get the Twitter decision quashed so they have instead decided to quash the Constitutional Court itself.

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