v., -clared, -clar·ing, -clares.v.tr.
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they can take any amendment and change its meaning to what they want it to say.
Each state does not have the power to declare war. Only Congress can declare war.
One Constitutional power specifically delegated to the federal government is the power to declare war.
The Judicial Branch has the power to declare the acts unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court declare state law unconstitutional
No, to understand is to perceive the meaning of something and to declare is to make known or state clearly
How about "exonerate".
announce or proclaim
to render or declare legally void or inoperative: to nullify a contract
One meaning of "capitalize" is to provide funds for a business. Antonyms for this meaning are "wind up", "bankrupt", or "declare bankruptcy".
in one of the ancient languages it is termed to declare.....O exists!
There is no such Latin word as 'nunito'; however, there is 'nuntio,' meaning 'I announce' or 'I declare.'
Aaron Jamal Horton sign this to declare that i am signing this
To tell or declare beforehand; to foretell; to prophesy; to presage; as, to predict misfortune; to predict the return of a comet., A prediction.