legislative body

  1. persons who make or amend or repeal laws
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How To Use legislative body In A Sentence

  • The results of these activities are subsequently evaluated by the legislative body in order to determine whether objectives have been met.
  • The Philippine Commission commenced its functions as the legislative body, with limitary executive powers in addition, on September 1, The Philippine Islands
  • Legislators introduce bills in the legislative body and examine and vote on bills introduced by other legislators.
  • He felt the ridicule which was attached to the mute character of the Legislative Body, which he called his deaf and dumb assembly. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • As long as it stood, it was the supreme court and legislative body in all matters of Torah law.
  • In 1972, after liberation, the tribal people asked for autonomy, with a separate legislative body, and a retention of the 1900 Regulations against non-tribal settlers.
  • At present, the reform agenda had been derailed by the protracted conflict between the government and the legislative body, he said.
  • As such, it sounds an awful lot like something the Constitution expressly forbids -- a bill of attainder, which is a punishment of particular individuals imposed not by a court of law but by a legislative body. Latest Articles
  • Redistribution of representation in a legislative body, especially the periodic reallotment of U. S. congressional seats according to changes in the census figures as required by the Constitution.
  • It was the first and biggest step in changing the council from a legislative body to a rubber stamp for his administration.
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