It is not, however a mere possibility of inconvenience in the exercise of powers, but an immediate constitutional repugnancy that can by implication alienate and extinguish a pre-existing
right of sovereignty.
But the authority extends no further than to a GUARANTY of a republican form of government, which supposes a pre-existing
government of the form which is to be guaranteed.
That to the east, where the trees are, lower down--that was once the location of a Roman temple, possibly founded on a pre-existing
Without, however, the knowledge of pre-existing
cases which serves me so well.
There was certainly a sort of mysterious and pre-existing
harmony between this creature and this church.
Barrande, which intrude for a period in the midst of an older formation, and then allow the pre-existing
fauna to reappear; but Lyell's explanation, namely, that it is a case of temporary migration from a distinct geographical province, seems to me satisfactory.
The first few pairs, moreover, had here to conten against pre-existing
enemies, in the fox and some larg hawks.
However, cautioned Rice, most of these will have a 12-month pre-existing
Nearly 47,000 Montanans identify themselves as having pre-existing
health conditions that limit their ability to either buy insurance or switch health insurance carriers, and some say this restricts their job flexibility, according to a recent Bureau of Business and Economic Research survey.
Despite the statutory definition of MCC, the workers' compensation statute elsewhere recognizes as compensable "accidents" those involving "a pre-existing
disease or anomaly that is accelerated or aggravated" by an on-the-job accident.
Legislation that would require health insurers to provide coverage to people with pre-existing
medical conditions was introduced in the U.
medical conditions were a factor in long-term prognosis after West Nile virus infection.