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  • 21enact — verb a) to make (a bill) into law b) to act the part of; to play See Also: act …

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  • 22ENACT — enzyme activity in chemical toxicity; Expanding Nilotinib Access in Clinical Trials …

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  • 23enact — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. decree, make, pass, order, ordain; play, execute, perform, do. See drama, command. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To legislate] Syn. decree, sanction, ordain, order, dictate, make into law, legislate, pass …

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  • 24enact — en|act [ ın ækt ] verb transitive 1. ) to perform a story or event as a play 2. ) TECHNICAL to make a proposal into a law ╾ en|act|ment noun count or uncount …

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  • 25enact — en·act || ɪ nækt v. legislate, ordain, decree; act out, perform …

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  • 26enact — verb 1》 make (a bill or other proposal) law. 2》 put into practice. 3》 act out (a role or play). Derivatives enactable adjective enaction noun enactive adjective enactor noun Origin ME: from en …

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  • 27enact — v. a. 1. Ordain, decree, establish by law, pass into a law, give legislative sanction to. 2. Play, act, personate, represent, act the part of …

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  • 28enact — verb 1) the charter was enacted in 1982 Syn: pass, make law, legislate; approve, ratify, sanction, authorize; impose, lay down, bring down Ant: repeal 2) members of the church enacted the Nativity …

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  • 29enact — v 1. make into law, establish as law, legislate, pass into law, ratify, sanction, approve; decree, ordain, rule, adjudge, pronounce, proclaim. 2. act, play the part of, portray, represent on the stage, personate, impersonate, personify …

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  • 30enact — en·act …

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  • 31enact — [ɪnˈækt] verb [T] to make a proposal into a law enactment noun [C/U] …

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  • 32ENACT — • enzyme activity in chemical toxicity; • Expanding Nilotinib Access in Clinical Trials …

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  • 33enact —   Ho oholo, kau, ho omana.    ♦ Enacting clause, ōlelo ho oholo …

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  • 34enact — To establish by law; to perform or effect; to decree. The common introductory formula in making statutory laws is, Be it enacted. See enacting clause …

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  • 35enact — To establish by law; to perform or effect; to decree. The common introductory formula in making statutory laws is, Be it enacted. See enacting clause …

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  • 36enact — To establish by law; to perform or effect; to decree. Re Senate File 31, 25 Neb 864, 876 …

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  • 37enact — v.tr. 1 a (often foll. by that + clause) ordain, decree. b make (a bill etc.) law. 2 play (a part or scene on stage or in life). Derivatives: enactable adj. enaction n. enactive adj. enactor n. enactory adj …

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  • 38enact beforehand — index preordain Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 39enact by law — index legalize Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 40enact laws — index legislate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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