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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.

Patient discussion about constitutional

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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However, as the principle of constitutionality and legality (in the politico-legal sense), by reason are associated with the introduction of the written strong constitution, as well as their control and protection is linked with the presentation of the such constitution, because only this kind of constitution includes and implies the idea of constitutionality and legality.
In that case, providers challenged the constitutionality of Medicare Act provisions that require the providers to channel reimbursement claims through an administrative process.
Alternatively, Jackson argued, the high court could issue its own decision on the constitutionality.
21 it will consider the constitutionality of the federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act.
Kawamura which had challenged the constitutionality of the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB).
A pretrial detainee sued a jail, challenging the constitutionality of a one-dollar per day charge that was intended to partially defray the costs of incarceration.
Bush's case against the amendment was strengthened on January 25 when three same-sex couples in Florida decided not to rock the boat and dropped their challenge to the constitutionality of DOMA after a federal judge there rejected the suit.
One case resolved the constitutionality of a state's identify yourself statute, requiring individuals to identify themselves during an investigation detention.
According to The Maryland Gazette, she inquired about the constitutionality of the practice with the state Department of Aging, as well as with American Atheists, a national advocacy group.
Force the government to prove the constitutionality of every one of these intrusions.
In a line of cases spanning several decades, however, the Florida Supreme Court has ruled on the constitutionality of such statutes when raised defensively by a property appraiser.