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1. constable.
2. constant.
3. Also, Const. constitution.
4. constitutional.
5. construction.
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(49.) MODEL STATE CONST. [section] 4.16(b) (Nat'l Mun.
section 5 of the said Ordinance, and since no appeal was filed against this judgment, the conviction has attained CONST.PETIONS 40 OF 2012 ETC.
Jailing him, Mr McElholm said his comments about Const Kerr, which were not read out in court, "go beyond the distasteful".
Paying tribute to Const Kerr he added: "We have lost one of our brave and courageous police recruits, someone who joined this fine service simply to do good, to serve the community impartially and to be someone I describe as a modern day hero."
Farber, "Terminator 2 1/2": The Constitution in an Alternate World, 9 CONST. COMMENT.
CONST. REV., Fall 1992, at 29 (discussing the drafting and provisions of Walesa's proposed charter of rights); Andrzej Rzeplinski, The Polish Bill of Rights and Freedoms: A Case Study of Constitution-Making in Poland, 2 E.
Consider the Constitution's interstate commerce clause: "Congress shall have power to regulate commerce with foreign Nations and among the several States and with the Indian Tribes." (US Const, Art I [section] 8) The quoted language is all there is to this clause, and it appears to have little substance and rather limited scope.
However, Const Clarke claims Mr Montgomery failed to fully investigate his claims because he too was Protestant.