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CONSTConstruction
CONSTConstitution
CONSTConstruct(ed)
CONSTUnder Construction
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Const Kerr's devastated mother Nuala - a nurse - and brother Cathair are being comforted by family and friends at their Drumduff home in Beragh, Co Tyrone.
See generally Jim Chen, Rock 'n' Roll Law School, 12 CONST. COMMENT.
(113.) For instance, the Estonian Constitution mentions only "necessity in a democratic society" and the requirement that restrictions not "distort the nature of rights and liberties." EST CONST. art.
The Constitution provides that "Congress shall have Power to lay and collect taxes...and provide for the...general Welfare of the United States." (US Const, Art I [section] 8) This is the so-called "power of the purse," the ability to control states' activities by controlling the monetary aspects rather than the activities themselves.
Const Clarke is suing the Chief Constable for religious discrimination.