How To Use Enumerate In A Sentence

  • If precipitate interfered with the operation of the system, counts were enumerated manually.
  • Consider the code above and realize that any enumerated value not specifically processed by a case statement is instead processed by the default statement.
  • He hadn't the energy to enumerate the others, but he supposed that the list would be a catalog of the world. BARN BLIND
  • It has been doubted, whether aphtha or thrush, which consists of ulcers in the mouth, should be enumerated amongst febrile diseases; and whether these ulcers are always symptomatic, or the consequence rather than the cause of the fevers which attend them. Zoonomia, Vol. II Or, the Laws of Organic Life
  • He enumerated the benefits of the insurance scheme.
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  • Ming as Researcher enumerates research projects conducted and those in progress.
  • In the apportionment, or representation clause, the redemptioner and the apprentice counts each as a man, whereas five slaves are enumerated as only three free men. Continental Monthly , Vol. 6, No. 1, July, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy.
  • He hadn't the energy to enumerate the others, but he supposed that the list would be a catalog of the world. BARN BLIND
  • He hadn't the energy to enumerate the others, but he supposed that the list would be a catalog of the world. BARN BLIND
  • Our ways may be wicked, and the movements of our mind wicked; such as adulteries, thefts, idolatries, slanders, strife, passion, sedition, vain-glory, and all that the apostle Paul enumerates among the works of the flesh. NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works
  • During a ride to a natural tank amongst these rocky elevations, I passed from the alluvium to the sandstone, and at once met with all the prevailing plants of the granite, gneiss, limestone and hornstone rocks previously examined, and which I have enumerated too often to require recapitulation; a convincing proof that the mechanical properties and not the chemical constitution of the rocks regulate the distribution of these plants. Himalayan Journals — Complete
  • H. capsulatum yeasts as enumerated by hemacytometer with concentrations ranging from 0 to 1.0 mM of hydrogen peroxide ( PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • In an instant her mind learns so many things at once that if the imagination and intellect spent years in striving to enumerate them, it could not recall a thousandth part of them. The Interior Castle or The Mansions
  • There is the wrist-drop, the eyesight affected, the partial paralysis, the hallucinations and a condition in old Pearcy's case almost bordering on insanity -- to enumerate the symptoms that seem to be present in varying degrees in various persons in the two houses. The War Terror
  • The particulars are here again enumerated almost in the same words with that character given of the just man (v. 6, &c.), to show how good men walk in the same spirit and in the same steps. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • That is, the proof proves non-enumerability: it proves that for any given definite real number concept (e.g., recursive real), one cannot enumerate ˜all™ such numbers because one can always construct a diagonal number, which falls under the same concept and is not in the enumeration. Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics
  • This cascade of changes is not unitarily positive or negative, rather it is possible to enumerate a variety of risks and benefits associated with reunification.
  • In 1880, the city directory enumerated a total of 1,042 saloons, with 6.72 saloons per 1,000 individuals.
  • The procedure, today much used in computer implementations, enumerates the cosets of a subgroup of finite index in a finitely presented group.
  • The conclusion meanwhile is that, since Brahman does not fall within the sphere of the other means of knowledge, and is the topic of Scripture only, the text 'from whence these creatures,' &c., _does_ give authoritative information as to a Brahman possessing the characteristic qualities so often enumerated. The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48
  • Under my construction, the Act would apply to all customers in all the enumerated places of public accommodation.
  • Father Lalemant enumerates the kind of peltry obtained by the French from the Indians, and the amount, as follows. Voyages of Samuel De Champlain — Volume 01
  • For not to enumerate all the sacred rites severally and all the gods, whether in the banquet of Jupiter can the lectisternium be performed in any other place, save in the Capitol? The History of Rome, Books 01 to 08
  • Justinian enumerated the "just" causes of disherison in Novel cxv; they are substantially the same in the modern civil codes. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • There is nothing that Anna's father likes to do more than enumerate, at length, my many failings --- particularly when I am within earshot. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • At best, a dictionary can enumerate only some of the more salient semantic distinctions, and different lexicographers are liable to employ different criteria in their assessments.
  • In context of Madison's entire hesitation of enumerating any rights because we might gravitate only to those rights enumerated is precisely what has happened. Balkinization
  • He enumerates more of its advantages, but he adds, “he who has not been flogged is not learned.” Letter 177
  • A most probable number method using diphenylamine as a color indicator was employed to enumerate denitrifying bacteria, which produce enzymes for conversion of nitrate to nitrite and nitrite to ammonia in soil.
  • Similarly, in the chapter on opera buffa's social reversals, the author enumerates a number of later contributions in a footnote, but she does not incorporate them into her discussion.
  • I have enumerated them merely to suggest that any hasty inferences regarding the bearing of the Susian design upon the general problem are apt to be misleading. The Evolution of the Dragon
  • I do not enumerate his amazing successes in guiding the ship of state through as heavy a storm as ever beat and blew; in leading us to conclusions of the most wonderful character, as official commander-in chief of the power of the nation; in emancipating from the fetters of slavery an entire race of human beings. The Death of President Lincoln
  • On the other hand, the list of archbishoprics, bishoprics, abbacies, and other dignities held by him, as enumerated by the The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Plaintiffs enumerated a number of problems, defects and unworkmanlike conditions existing in the modular home constructed by the Defendant under its contract with plaintiffs.
  • Let us take some of the "defiling" things enumerated by Jesus: slander with the related vice of saying evil things about one's neighbor. Father Cantalamessa: Ecology of the Heart
  • Likewise, an encounter with the unhoped for does not simply call for a response where an object of futural expectation can be enumerated in an isolated sense.
  • Let me enumerate many flaws in your hypothesis.
  • Maybe it would be appropriate to add one more element to the four Tolkien enumerates.
  • _courbaril_, the mahogany, the _tedre-à-caillou_, the iron - wood ... but as well enumerate by name all the soldiers of an army! Two Years in the French West Indies
  • There's obviously much in pop culture that deserves satire and critique, for reasons too obvious to enumerate, but it's also part of the electricity of our times.
  • Under its regulations three rents are enumerated -- namely, the _rack rent_ to be extorted from one of a strange tribe; the _fair_ rent from one of the same tribe; and the _stipulated_ rent to be paid equally to either. The Story of Ireland
  • Another conclusion from the facts enumerated above is that there has obviously been a great world catastrophe, and that this must be assigned as the cause of a large part, -- _just how large a part_ it is at present difficult to say, -- of the changes recorded in the fossiliferous rocks. Q. E. D., or New Light on the Doctrine of Creation
  • * For the information of Protestant and other non-Catholic readers it may be mentioned that all the titles enumerated in this passage are taken from the Litany of the Blessed Virgin. The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris
  • Maybe it would be appropriate to add one more element to the four Tolkien enumerates.
  • III. therefore, chap. 37. the exportation of gum senega from his majesty’s dominions in Africa was confined to Great Britain, and was subjected to all the same restrictions, regulations, forfeitures, and penalties, as that of the enumerated commodities of the British colonies in America and the West Indies. VIII. Book IV. Conclusion of the Mercantile System
  • Dr. Wood has referred to several of the many substitutes for iridectomy that have been proposed, and it is unnecessary to enumerate them again or to attempt to point out their good or bad features. Glaucoma A Symposium Presented at a Meeting of the Chicago Ophthalmological Society, November 17, 1913
  • I could enumerate the problems, list my doubts, but that might make 'em sharp and enduring as diamonds, treacherous as banana skin.
  • Well, if what you call bibliography has produced such eminent men, and so many useful works, as those which have been just enumerated, I shall begin to have some little respect for this department of literature; and, indeed, I already feel impatient to go through the list of your bibliographical heroes. Bibliomania; or Book-Madness A Bibliographical Romance
  • The census enumerated eighty - six persons over one hundred years old in this mountain area.
  • Enumerating the right of freedom of speech neither enhanced its previous protection nor derogated the protection afforded other liberties not enumerated.
  • So a Contitutionally-unenumerated right to privacy results in emanations and penumbras from the Constitution that allows third trimester partial birth abortions, and restricts laws against sodomy and makes birth control a subject for strict scrutiny of legislation limiting its availability. The Volokh Conspiracy » Diane Wood on the Second Amendment
  • They overturn laws passed by legislators, constitutionalize rights not enumerated in the Constitution, even determine the outcome of a presidential election.
  • She enumerated the items we had to buy sugar, tea, soap, etc.
  • The catalogue enumerates 174 volumes, or rather more than 17 for each "banc" or lectern. The Care of Books
  • Far more revealing are lists that enumerate every expedition, give the names of their commanders and the ships involved, and sometimes provide additional useful information.
  • Hunt said things looked bad, and went on to enumerate the reasons why.
  • A partial list of benefits is enumerated in Table 3.
  • Maybe it would be appropriate to add one more element to the four Tolkien enumerates.
  • Subsequently I discovered an old engraving of Chabert, published in London in 1829, and later still another which bore the change of name, as well as the titles enumerated above. Miracle Mongers and Their Methods
  • And the terms "terra japonica and catechu" are hereby transferred from schedule D to schedule E, they being considered in commerce as the same articles of merchandize as cutch, which is enumerated in schedule E of said act. The Statutes at Large of the Provisional Government of the Confederate States of America, from the Institution of the Government, February 8, 1861, to its Termination, February 18, 1862, Inclusive. Arranged in Chronological Order. Together with the Consti
  • For each species, there are serial sub sections enumerated and described: form, bark, twigs, pith, buds, leaves, fall leaf color, stipules, leaf scars, flowers, fruit, seeds, wood, and current champion.
  • Let me enumerate many flaws in your hypothesis.
  • Let me enumerate many flaws in your hypothesis.
  • The paper enumerates section calculation formula of sprocket hob grinding abrasive wheel and its calculation process.
  • All the orders except the minor order of ostiary are enumerated by the early African writers. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Let me enumerate many flaws in your hypothesis.
  • With this example of antitoxic diphtheria therapy, I have attempted to enumerate for you the chief characteristics of serum therapy as a novum in therapeutics and as a progressive step in medicine. Emil von Behring - Nobel Lecture
  • He was also taciturn, but enumerated that he wanted a relationship with me.
  • His agendas, as so perspicaciously and copiously enumerated will exhibit weakness and encourage our enemies that the U.S. is vulnerable to attack on our shores and overseas. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • The Council of Trent (l.c. cap. vii), moreover, did not neglect to enumerate in detail the other causes of justification: the glory of God and of Christ as the final cause (causa finalis), the mercy of God as the efficient cause (causa efficiens), the Passion of Christ as the meritorious cause (causa meritoria), the reception of the Sacraments as the instrumental cause The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent
  • Descriptive statistics, including means, medians, range, standard deviation, and frequencies, were used to enumerate the TAT process.
  • Ignore the latter, in which a self-pitying Kelly enumerates his woes in gospelised ballads.
  • In addition to the causes enumerated, inflammation of osseous tissue, or osteoid carcinoma, has been found at the seat of a spontaneous fracture. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • It again enumerated the difficulties with attribution, but again the report was preceded by a front end that ambiguously claimed that “The changes observed over the last several decades are likely mostly due to human activities, but we cannot rule out that some significant part of these changes is also a reflection of natural variability.” Think Progress » Bush Brags He Kept Campaign Promise on Global Warming, Forgets Pledge To Regulate CO2
  • All decapod crustaceans and fishes were identified and enumerated, a representative subsample was measured and then all animals were returned to the system.
  • As a species, we delight in making lists, which is what drove Herodotus in the fifth century B.C. and Callimachus of Cyrene a century later to enumerate the seven wonders in the first place. A Wonder From Any Angle
  • It limited the rights of the lord in calling the townsmen before his court and fining them, and enumerated the taxes which he might exact from the townspeople. An Introduction to the History of Western Europe
  • Then the host began motioning with his hand as though he were giving my brother a mouthful; and ceased not to enumerate and expatiate upon the various dishes to the hungry man whose hunger waxt still more violent, so that his soul lusted after a bit of bread, even a barley scone. 690 Quoth the Barmecide, “Didst thou ever taste anything more delicious than the seasoning of these dishes?” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • She enumerated the items we had to buy sugar, tea, soap, etc.
  • And I should like this evening to imagine that these graduates are undergoing an analogous initiation into the privileges and duties of schoolcraft, and that these vows which I shall enumerate, embody some of the ideals that govern the work of that craft. Craftsmanship in Teaching
  • In B we find remains of some of the same plants which were enumerated as common in the ancient lignite in 3 prime, such as the yellow water-lily and hornwort, together with some freshwater shells which occur in the same fluvio-marine series 3 prime. The Antiquity of Man
  • About 1190 Bernard of Pavia uses freely the expression, which became classical, "impedit contrahendum et dirimit contractus", and further he enumerated the impediments: "sunt autem quæ matrimonium impediunt xiv", but his list is not definitive; the technical names of each impediment remain for some time longer unsettled. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability
  • A complete inventory meant that every nut and bolt, every butlet and firing pin, every Aqua-Lung and Emerson breathing apparatus was going to be enumerated, along with every index card, paper clip, and notepad. Rogue Warrior
  • You've got small numbers of banks in geographic locations where the geographic locations are enumerated or identifiable because of the email addresses.
  • One list, with 34 names, enumerates mosques that now serve a different purpose: most were turned into synagogues or museums, a few became residences or storerooms, at least two are cafes, and one became a cowshed.
  • First lieutenant to his enumerate a variety of drinking harm.
  • Shandong provincially established hospital cardiovascular disease prevention center Director Li Ren became heir to professor to enumerate the following 10 kind of special kind of core stem.
  • The press release announcing his initiative mentioned accelerators and enumerated various installations in American university laboratories.
  • In addition, questions began to be raised about how to enumerate race for children born of interracial unions.
  • Patriarchs, ten postdiluvian; seventy descendants of Jacob are named on the occasion of Israel's going into Egypt, though some of them were dead at that time, others had not yet been born; the ethnographical list of Genesis enumerates seventy nations, though it gives some names of little importance and omits others of great importance; I Par., ii, 3-55, gives seventy descendants of Juda; I The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • In the natural products which have just been enumerated, the tannic acid is accompanied by some colouring matter, which is also absorbed by the cotton; in some (sumac and galls) this colour is present in but small quantities; in others (divi-divi, myrabolams, algarobilla), there is a large quantity; therefore cotton treated with these comes out more or less coloured. The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics A Practical Handbook for the Dyer and Student
  • Ballet enumerates a number of works upon so-called folie brightique which tend to prove that acute or chronic Bright's disease gives rise either to melancholic disorder or alternately to maniacal and melancholic disorder. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  • There is nothing that Anna's father likes to do more than enumerate, at length, my many failings --- particularly when I am within earshot. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • By the end of “Follies of Science,” any modern technologist is bound to start wondering: Are our current predictions about the future any smarter than the endless parade of goofiness and gullibility that “Follies of Science” gleefully enumerates? Predictions that Never Came True | Impact Lab
  • These data do not simply enumerate a direct count of the recombination events, but have the advantage of reflecting the evolutionary process.
  • An error occurred attempting to enumerate dependencies on the cluster service.
  • An interesting sidelight in the enumerated statutes of the Hammurabi code is that there is no statute number 13 - - even in ancient Mesopotamia, 13 was considered to be an unlucky number that should be avoided.
  • It would certainly be possible to enumerate the points a little more, thus making the page more ‘list-like’ (as with bullets or something) and scannable.
  • Mr. Cowen is there made to say, not that he _resigned_ nomination; -- But that for reasons there enumerated, "it was his _personal wish to resign his own nomination_ &c. and he submitted to the decision of the meeting, the question whether it would be most expedient to act on his _resignation which_ he now made (_which_ must refer to the _personal wish_ before expressed, for no other resignation is pretended) if the meeting should judge a postponement impracticable, or to postpone acting until he could have time to communicate to some of the particular friends of his nomination (beside those who were present at the meeting) his reasons for resigning, and procure their concurrence _before hand_ &c. A Review and Exposition, of the Falsehoods and Misrepresentations, of a Pamphlet Addressed to the Republicans of the County of Saratoga, Signed, "A Citizen"
  • There is nothing that Anna's father likes to do more than enumerate, at length, my many failings --- particularly when I am within earshot. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • He writes that this clause "is not an independent source of federal power" and "would vitiate the enumerated powers principle. The Constitutional Moment
  • I enumerated my first point by extending a silver talon; it caught the light from my eyes and rendered Apples in shades of green—a Granny Smith. Crossed
  • St. Thomas takes the enumerated list of the gifts, and the description of the spirated nature of the gifts directly from the Old Testament Book of the Prophet Isaiah, 11:2-3. Part I: Piety the Gift
  • In this way the exorciser proceeds to enumerate an exceedingly long list of sins -- no less than one hundred -- most of which are ethical misdemeanors, while others are merely ceremonial transgressions. The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
  • Porcupine Jim declared that the place was "hoodooed" and as evidence enumerated the many accidents and delays. The Man from the Bitter Roots
  • Converts a text string into an enumerated text of the type specified by _type. and if you're Dynamics Ax is configured in English, this code will work fine. MSDN Blogs
  • There is nothing that Anna's father likes to do more than enumerate, at length, my many failings --- particularly when I am within earshot. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • Von Soden, enumerates 2328 distinct manuscripts outside of lectionaries (Gospels and Epistles), and exclusive of about 30 numbers added in an appendix, 30 October, 1902. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • He enumerates a number of issues he was close to or worked on when in government, including Coronation Hill, Shoalwater Bay, stopping food irradiation.
  • Nerites Aelian enumerates (N.A. 14, 28): [Greek: Aphroditên de syndiaitômenên en tê thalattê hêsthênai te tô Nêritê tôde kai echein auton philon]. The Evolution of the Dragon
  • Preferences of Bangalore consumers | 9/20/2009 In the previous section we have enumerated the strengths and weaknesses of "kirana" store and also the challenges of the modern food retail formats. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • In no amatorial contract, probably, is it possible to include or to enumerate all the hereditaments, messuages, or appurtenances, involved. Hints for Lovers
  • Its offences are so grievous, so numerous, they require nothing less than this list to enumerate them.
  • They enumerated a number of simple needs like places to shower, do laundry, and sleep safely when they were exhausted.
  • If the conditions enumerated are observed, the social revolution will painlessly melt into democracy.
  • Every hair of his beard, every jewel in the hilt of his khanjar, was enumerated and criticised; while all oriental etiquette was violated by the constant enquiries addressed to him relative to the number of his wives, and the economy of his domestic arrangements. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV.
  • Yet these are enumerated in the apportionment of representatives.
  • Thompson enumerates a number of the strategies of domination, including legitimation, dissimulation, unification, fragmentation, and reification.
  • She enumerated the many obstacles she had encountered
  • Linneus enumerates but four diseases of plants; Erysyche, the white mucor or mould, with sessile tawny heads, with which the leaves are sprinkled, as is frequent on the hop, humulus, maple, acer, &c. The Botanic Garden A Poem in Two Parts. Part 1: the Economy of Vegetation
  • He will be able to use it in electro-therapeutic treatment in most of the ways enumerated.
  • There is nothing that Anna's father likes to do more than enumerate, at length, my many failings --- particularly when I am within earshot. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • Twenty-two only are enumerated here, and no more than twenty in Ne Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • She enumerated the many rooms that were in the house: those that were covered with carpets, the margins whereof had to be beeswaxed: those others, only partially covered with rugs, which had to be entirely waxed: the upper rooms were uncarpeted and unrugged, and had, therefore, to be scrubbed: the basement, consisting of two red-flagged kitchens and a scullery, had also to be scoured out. Mary, Mary
  • What place does history have in this cabinet of curiosities and the catalogue that enumerates its holdings?
  • In a medical dispensatory of the times the different varieties of medicines used in New England are enumerated. Customs and Fashions in Old New England
  • The battery consisted of seven tests that were enumerated according to the construct they tapped.
  • Again, this argumentation is handled very advantageously, which is derived from a species when you pursue all the separate parts by tracing them back to the whole, in this way "If that is _dolus malus_ when one thing is aimed at, and another pretended," we may enumerate the different modes in which that can be done, and then under some one of them we may range that which we are trying to prove has been done The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 4
  • As with his intermediate views on genuine irrationals and the Multiplicative Axiom, Wittgenstein here looks at the diagonal proof of the non-denumerability of “the set of transcendental numbers” as one that shows only that transcendental numbers cannot be recursively enumerated. Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics
  • It is the journey and the path to this truth that is enumerated in different styles and manners in the various religions.
  • I am not now attempting to enumerate the well-recognised odours of animals such as are extracted from them by man in order to "opsonize" himself, but am pointing to the more obscure cases. More Science From an Easy Chair
  • He describes epithelioma very clearly, enumerates its most frequent locations in their order, lays down its bad prognosis, and hence the necessity for early operation with entire removal of the new growth whenever possible. Old-Time Makers of Medicine The Story of The Students And Teachers of the Sciences Related to Medicine During the Middle Ages
  • Dysenteria, as well as tonsillitis and aphtha, are enumerated amongst the diseases of external membranes, because they are exposed either to the atmospheric air, which is breathed, and swallowed with our food and saliva; or they are exposed to the inflammable air; or hydrogen, which is generated in the intestines; both which contribute to produce or promote the contagious quality of these fluids; as mentioned in Class II. Zoonomia, Vol. II Or, the Laws of Organic Life
  • There was no attempt to enumerate the number of students in these subgroups because the small numbers would not have provided a statistically significant sample.
  • Among the birds enumerated by Kuhn and others as representing the storm-cloud are likewise the wren or "kinglet" (French roitelet); the owl, sacred to Athene; the cuckoo, stork, and sparrow; and the red-breasted robin, whose name Robert was originally an epithet of the lightning-god Thor. Myths and Myth-makers: Old Tales and Superstitions Interpreted by Comparative Mythology
  • Centaury varies a great deal according to) its situation, and some botanists enumerate several distinct species.
  • He hadn't the energy to enumerate the others, but he supposed that the list would be a catalog of the world. BARN BLIND
  • 'navicular' have in reality been nothing more than contraction brought about by one or other of the causes we shall afterwards enumerate -- cases where a due attention to the prime cause of the mischief would, in all likelihood, have remedied the lameness. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • Under my construction[sentence dictionary], the Act would apply to all customers in all the enumerated places of public accommodation.
  • As autumn advances, citrine tends towards its orange hues, including the colours termed aurora, chamoise, and others before enumerated under the head of yellow. Field's Chromatography or Treatise on Colours and Pigments as Used by Artists
  • I would need more fingers and toes than I have to enumerate the number of people who contacted me to say ‘well done’ on going so forcefully public on the matter.
  • By the above-mentioned statute, gum senega, or gum arabic, being among the enumerated dying drugs, might be imported duty free. VIII. Book IV. Conclusion of the Mercantile System
  • In 1865 the legislature discriminated against women by the passage of a very long act, prescribing the manner in which enumerations of _white male citizens_ shall be made; thus implying that a _white male citizen_ is an honorable and important person, whose existence is to be noted with due care; with a care that distinguishes him equally above the _white female_ and the _black male_ citizen, and in effect places these two unenumerated divisions of human beings into one class. History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)
  • Time is by this delay afforded to prepare for their destruction; and to the methods already enumerated, beside shooting them, I should add that of placing a vessel of water, strongly impregnated with arsenic, near the carcase, which is fastened to The History of Sumatra Containing An Account Of The Government, Laws, Customs And Manners Of The Native Inhabitants
  • The really dangerous element of the majority opinion is that it adopts the highly deferential “rational basis” test for assessing assertions of power under the Necessary and Proper Clause, holding that “in determining whether the Necessary and Proper Clause grants Congress the legislative authority to enact a particular federal statute, we look to see whether the statute constitutes a means that is rationally related to the implementation of a constitutionally enumerated power.” The Volokh Conspiracy » Bad News for Federalism? Some Preliminary Reflections on Comstock
  • Speaking for Virginia, state Solicitor General E. Duncan Getchell Jr. told Hudson that the provision is an unprecedented, unlimited and unsupportable in any serious regime of delegated, enumerated powers. Judge says he will rule on Va. health-care challenge by end of the year
  • I will not enumerate all that apiarian science owes to him; to state what it does not owe were the briefer task.
  • The 1978 law only recognizes the enumerated privileges set forth in the Freedom Of Information Act.
  • He then enumerates a number of factual and political inconsistencies in the events surrounding Hassan's abduction.
  • This very trait was one of the reasons for limiting government to its enumerated powers, keeping it from fettering these types of humanitarian acts. On Functioning Without Government
  • He hadn't the energy to enumerate the others, but he supposed that the list would be a catalog of the world. BARN BLIND
  • In 1865 the legislature discriminated against women by the passage of a very long act, prescribing the manner in which enumerations of _white male citizens_ shall be made; thus implying that a _white male citizen_ is an honorable and important person, whose existence is to be noted with due care; with a care that distinguishes him equally above the _white female_ and the _black male_ citizen, and in effect places these two unenumerated divisions of human beings into one class. History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)
  • The merge process could not enumerate schema information at the Publisher.
  • But the pamphlet, already mentioned, in which he expressed these views, was the outburst of a youthful free-thinker not yet accustomed to his new ideas; not many years passed over his head before it "appear'd not so clever a performance as [he] once thought it;" and in his autobiography he enumerates it among the "errata" of his life. Benjamin Franklin
  • Cures using herbs for diseases such as fever, jaundice, dropsy and leprosy are enumerated.
  • The portrait is idealized on so many different levels it would be difficult to enumerate them.
  • Virgin -- hollyhocks, fraxinella, monk's-hood, pansies, primroses; every flower which blooms profusely in charming old-fashioned country gardens was there, depicted among its graceful foliage, but not in the wild disorder in which I have enumerated them. Ruth
  • For their part, the miners enumerate the number of jobs the industry provides.
  • With this example of antitoxic diphtheria therapy, I have attempted to enumerate for you the chief characteristics of serum therapy as a novum in therapeutics and as a progressive step in medicine. Emil von Behring - Nobel Lecture
  • The procedure, today much used in computer implementations, enumerates the cosets of a subgroup of finite index in a finitely presented group.
  • London in 1829, and later still another which bore the change of name, as well as the titles enumerated above. The Miracle Mongers, an Exposé
  • Sherringham winced at being dubbed a "cosmopolite" by his young entertainer, just as he had winced a moment before at hearing himself lumped in esoteric knowledge with Dashwood and Gabriel Nash; but the former of these gentlemen took no account of his sensibility while he enumerated a few of the elements of the "basic. The Tragic Muse
  • It is a mark of the novel's broad, objective narrativity that while the narrator enumerates the story's representative features, the characters themselves have little sense of their typicality.
  • Since by its very nature the power to issue money is unlimited, the new monetary regime flies in the face of the principle of representative government of limited and enumerated powers.
  • It is an invitation to enumerate the conventions and to contrast them with the law.
  • I resist it only because I think leadership is a quality that can't be enumerated with scholastic precision.
  • Shandong provincially established hospital cardiovascular disease prevention center Director Li Ren became heir to professor to enumerate the following 10 kind of special kind of core stem.
  • The fossil resins -- often erroneously called gums -- amber, kauri, copal, etc., though interestingly related to the hydro-carbons enumerated on the preceding pages, form no essential part of the series, and demand only the briefest notice here. Scientific American Supplement, No. 362, December 9, 1882
  • Purified effector cells were washed twice with Hank's balanced salt solution (HBSS), enumerated using trypan blue, and resuspended in PBS at 1-5. 10 7 cells mL − 1, depending on the quantity of PMN collected on a given day and the number of wells tested. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • A more copious list can be given of the champions of orthodoxy and demonolatry; of whom it is sufficient to enumerate the more notorious names -- Sprenger, Nider, Bodin, Del Rio, James VI., The Superstitions of Witchcraft
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