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
Compared with the regulations in the U.S., which came in relatively quickly, the enactment of GDPR spanned eight years.
Along with a fireworks show, this free festival includes live music, a pie-eating contest, water slides, food, a beer garden, a naturalization ceremony and a Revolutionary War re-enactment.
Aside from obvious reasons, why would the enactment of this legislation be a big deal?
Shows like Forensic Files and The New Detectives covered one case (or sometimes more) per episode, relying on stagey re-enactments and soporific interviews with local law enforcement to sketch out the rough outlines of a murder or a disappearance.
The ship, now a museum anchored in Muskegon, is hosting a D-Day commemoration from June 1-2 that includes tours, a dance and military re-enactments.
Dozens of trailer bills are drafted only a few days, and sometimes a few hours, before their enactment.
The milestone being observed was enactment of the act that in 1918 granted property-owning British women over age 30 the right to vote.
But coming on the heels of the employment-tax enactment, some observers see a symbolic significance.
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