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
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The movie doesn't include a re-enactment of the mock trial.
That plan would have sought as its sole objective enactment by the August recess of a single reconciliation bill containing the most achievable and worthwhile tax and entitlement reforms Republicans are seeking.
The town wants to use it as part of Civil War re-enactment events.
The highest-grossing movie of the summer is a stylish, though strangely rose-tinted re-enactment of World War I. And TV shows from the last 30 years are being brought back at an increasingly alarming clip.
Howard County's Republican county executive, Allan Kittleman, campaigned against the enactment of a citizens' election fund.
The provision has been in effect since the law’s enactment and helped fuel a federal push to protect transgender people from discrimination in receiving health care services.
The most excitement comes during Old Yeller Days, when the Mason County Beven Eckert Memorial Library gathers fans of the 1956 novel about a boy and his dog for re-enactments of frontier life, storytelling and a pet parade.
Poway’s Old Fashioned 4th of July: Patriotic entertainment, gun fighting re-enactments, free crafts, train displays and old-fashioned games 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 4 in Old Poway Park, 14134 Midland Road.
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First Known Use of enactment
Synonymsact, bill, constitution, law, ordinance, statute
Related Wordscommand, commandment, decree, dictate, directive, edict, fiat, ruling; bylaw, ground rule, regulation, rule; amendment, legislation; common law, martial law; blue law; prohibition, proscription, restriction; canon, capitulary, encyclical
Near Antonymshigher law
legal Definition of enactment
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