"Executive privilege" is a term used by the United States government. In layman's terms, it refers to the ability of the President to overrule interventions from the other two branches of government.
The full text is... "No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law" - In 'layman' terms - it means that the 'Quartering Acts' - gave British serving troups authority to be housed wherever necessary - including private houses.
Un-sure of AC in terms "AFTER CHRIST" is a common one
Amelioration in terms of slavery is the policy of improving slave conditions.
Do you mean the three branches Of Government??those are Legeslative, Executive, and Judicial
The idea is that a layman is one who is not an expert in a given area.
To go, and study full-time, as in "cloistered," or more commonly to live on campus.
LAYMAN's terms refers to putting a complicated term, usually something about a specialized field, into something most 10 year olds would be able to understand. Just trying to make it easier to understand. For example albeit = even though Subdermal Hematomia = a bruise sounds a lot worse in a technical term doesn't it! Hope this helped
Not necessarily. It depends on exactly what you mean by "safe", and "dilute" in chemical stockroom terms can still mean "pretty darn strong" in layman's terms... for example, the lab bottle marked "dilute sulfuric acid" is probably 6M, and is quite corrosive.
That is Latin for "With privilege."
where being white was thought to be a privilege
In layman's terms: The constitution should only be changed for really important things. as a definition for transient: The common cold is a transient illness. Meaning it will leave soon after it comes. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/transient
In legal terms, to adopt a resolution is to give it the force of law. This is usually done by majority vote, but can also be the result of an executive order.
It means that you've abused your authority