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    1. “If he put more points in constitution, he wouldn’t have choked to death on the smoke

    2. Still the prime governor wasted his time with the nationality issue, siding with the Colonel and Waldeis more often than not and urged Herndon in joining them within a boundary and constitution

    3. Jake felt that you had a strong constitution, and would survive

    4. The difference between the genius of the British constitution, which protects and governs North America, and that of the mercantile company which oppresses and domineers in

    5. Workmen, on the contrary, when they are liberally paid by the piece, are very apt to overwork themselves, and to ruin their health and constitution in a few years

    6. They neither work so well, nor look so well; and as there is not the same difference between the people of fashion in the two countries, experience would seem to shew, that the food of the common people in Scotland is not so suitable to the human constitution as that of their neighbours of the same rank in England

    7. No food can afford a more decisive proof of its nourishing quality, or of its being peculiarly suitable to the health of the human constitution

    8. Two empty packs of cigarettes and three empty wine bottles bore testament to his cast iron constitution

    9. project of European Constitution, even if the majority

    10. made a constitution; by his reforms stopped the

    11. Like the unknown principle of animal life, it frequently restores health and vigour to the constitution, in spite not only of the disease, but of the absurd prescriptions of the doctor

    12. 8th Amendment to the United States Constitution states this

    13. Every such regulation introduces some degree of real disorder into the constitution of the state, which it will be difficult afterwards to cure without occasioning another disorder

    14. The enemy, informed of the constitution of the bank, might even buy them up, in order to prevent the carrying away of the treasure

    15. constitution are fixed, that our own egos are as stable as the Matterhorn

    16. The constitution of those who have been born in the temperate climate of Europe could not, it is supposed, support the labour of digging the ground under the burning sun of the West Indies ; and the culture of the

    17. Though the Roman constitution, therefore, was necessarily ruined by the union of Rome with the allied states of Italy, there is not the least probability that the British constitution would be hurt by the union of Great Britain with her colonies

    18. constitution, on the contrary, would be completed by it, and seems to be imperfect without it

    19. We on this side the water are afraid lest the multitude of American representatives should overturn the balance of the constitution, and increase too much either the influence of the crown on the one hand, or the force of the democracy on the other

    20. The monarchical and democratical parts of the constitution would, after the union, stand exactly in the same degree of relative force with regard to one another as they had done before

    21. “The party line is freedom for all citizens which is part of their Constitution, but the reality is that more recently it has become a closed, autocratic society, especially for Anglos

    22. What happens if your boy has nothing on him? What grounds have you got to hold him? We may be a bit strange as far as building a new society, but you know how due process is the backbone of our constitution

    23. It certainly is so, wherever the interest of the general, and that of the principal officers, are not necessarily connected with the support of the constitution of the state

    24. The present admirable constitution of the courts of justice in England was, perhaps, originally, in a great measure, formed by this emulation, which anciently took place between their respective judges : each judge endeavouring to give, in his own court, the speediest and most effectual remedy which the law would admit, for every sort of injustice

    25. By this constitution, it might have been expected, that the spirit of monopoly would have been effectually restrained, and the first of these purposes sufficiently answered

    26. The conduct of their servants in India, and the general state of their affairs both in India and in Europe, became the subject of a parliamentary inquiry: in consequence of which, several very important alterations were made in the constitution of their government, both at home and abroad

    27. But the constitution of joint-stock companies renders them in general, more tenacious of established rules than any private copartnery

    28. This course of philosophy is what still continues to be taught in the greater part of the universities of Europe, with more or less diligence, according as the constitution of each particular university happens to render diligence more or less necessary to the teachers

    29. As it would very much facilitate the operations of that army against a foreign invader; so it would obstruct them as much, if unfortunately they should ever be directed against the constitution of the state

    30. In the ancient constitution of the Christian church, the bishop of each diocese was elected by the joint votes of the clergy and of the people of the episcopal city

    31. In the state in which things were, through the greater part of Europe, during the tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries, and for some time both before and after that period, the constitution of the church of Rome may be considered as the most formidable combination that ever was formed against the authority and security of civil government, as well as against the liberty, reason, and happiness of mankind, which can flourish only where civil government is able to protect them

    32. In that constitution, the grossest delusions of superstition were supported in such a manner by the private interests of so great a number of people, as put them out of all danger from any assault of human reason; because, though human reason might, perhaps, have been able to unveil, even to the eyes of the common people, some of the delusions of superstition, it could never have dissolved the ties of private interest

    33. Had this constitution been attacked by no other enemies but the feeble efforts of human reason, it must have endured for ever

    34. The constitution which this act established, was allowed to subsist for about two-and-twenty years, but was abolished by the 10th of queen Anne, ch

    35. Every constitution, therefore, which it is meant should be as permanent as the empire itseif, ought to be convenient, not in certain circumstances only, but in all circumstances; or ought to be suited, not to those circumstances which are transitory, occasional, or accidental, but to those which are necessary, and therefore always the same

    36. Money is frequently sunk in France, upon what are called contracts for the constitution of a rent ; that is, perpetual annuities, redeemable at any time by the debtor, upon payment of the sum originally advanced, but of which this redemption is not exigible by the creditor except in particular cases

    37. This, however, could scarce, perhaps, be done, consistently with the principles of the British constitution, without admitting into the British parliament, or, if you will, into the states-general of the British empire, a fair and equal representation of all those different provinces ; that of each province bearing the same proportion to the produce of its taxes, as the representation of Great Britain might bear to the produce of the taxes levied upon Great Britain

    38. only 28% of students could identify the Constitution as the supreme law of the land

    39. Only 26% of them recognize the first 10 amendments to the Constitution as the Bill of Rights

    40. That debt has been contracted in support of the government established by the Revolution ; a government to which the protestants of Ireland owe, not only the whole authority which they at present enjoy in their own country, but every security which they possess for their liberty, their property, and their religion; a government to which several of the colonies of America owe their present charters, and consequently their present constitution; and to which all the colonies of America owe the liberty, security, and property, which they have ever since enjoyed

    41. Of course, we would not pay too much attention, these statists hope, to the United States Constitution I think not

    42. All too often describes the activities of the Liberals in Congress and the Administration in attempting to jettison the Constitution

    43. Nothing in the Constitution covered this issue

    44. based on what was written in the Constitution, but on consensus

    45. that the delegates who approved the Constitution probably

    46. Martin wrote the majority opinion, asserting that Congress has the authority under the Commerce Clause to regulate the non-commerce (My comment: How can the Constitution support the Congress in regulating non-commerce behavior?) of someone who chooses not to buy health insurance

    47. We no longer live in such a system, having now gone far beyond Theodore Roosevelt, who merely said that he could do anything the Constitution did not expressly forbid

    48. ) Finally, it goes without saying that the Federal Courts can be counted on to reinterpret the Constitution such that what protections are left to the people are being continuously eroded

    49. And on that note, where have we gone as a nation when the Supreme Court rules that the Constitution does not recognize a fundamental right of the individual to contract privately with his doctor? The Constitution was written to limit the powers of government, not the rights of citizens, with whom the ultimate power was supposed to lie

    50. Published shortly after the „Glorious Revolution" of 1688, his „Two Treatises of Government, and „Letter of Toleration," helping to set the stage, along with Montesquieu"s exposition on the requirement of three separate and equal, co-ballancers of government, for the evolution of the American Constitution

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