Examples of enactment in a Sentence
as a result of an enactment by Congress, this breathtaking canyon will be permanently protected from development
the enactment of the murder is never actually shown on screen
Recent Examples of enactment from the Web
Memories of trust become memories of fear; re-enactments become routines, falsehoods that may have grown out of other falsehoods but that are now as real as everything else.
Since its enactment, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has helped millions of Americans gain comprehensive health coverage to protect themselves from life’s many unexpected events.
Erasing Obama’s health-care law was a top promise of Mr. Trump during his presidential campaign, and by congressional GOP candidates since its 2010 enactment.
Erasing Obama’s health care law was a top promise of Donald Trump during his presidential campaign, and by congressional GOP candidates since its 2010 enactment.
The judge also ruled against allowing the defense team to do any kind of re-enactment that used the actual car in which the shooting occurred.
First, Clemmons asked to remove an entrenchment replica built by a group that does re-enactments, said Jimmy Pettitt, president of the Nash Farm group.
The documentary also used actual footage of the sharks biting people instead of hokey re-enactments.
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First Known Use of enactment
Legal Definition of enactment
1 : the act of enacting : the state of being enacted
2 : something (as a law) that has been enacted
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