private bill

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private bill

a bill presented to Parliament or Congress on behalf of a private individual, corporation, etc.
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At a previous hearing, Markov, of Bridge Road, Stockton, denied observing a person doing a private act for the purpose of obtaining sexual gratification.
Prosecutors allege three incidents of possession of an indecent photograph or pseudo-photogragh of a child and 10 alleged incidents of recording without their consent and for the purposes of sexual gratification, a person doing a private act.
The private act becomes a public gesture of protest and affirmation; as the two boys prepare for and carry out their record-breaking kiss, the marathon becomes a vehicle for the author to explore the experience of being gay in contemporary America.
This was a private act that regrettably occurred in a public place.
Tibor Horvat, 20, of Botoner Road, Lower Stoke, admitted two counts of recording a person doing a private act for his own sexual gratification.
What we don't know are the actual figures of self injury because self injury is generally a private act.
Singh denied the charges but was found guilty of secretly "observing another person doing a private act for sexual gratification" after a trial at Birmingham Magistrates Court on July 20.
Vraniskovski" has nothing to do with his planned official visit to Macedonia and is a private act in connection with the ongoing court proceedings against him in Macedonia.
The defendant, who admitted for the purpose of sexual gratification observing a person doing a private act, said he had gone to Llandudno from his home in Leicester to relax after his A-level exams.
In many cultures nose-picking is considered a private act akin to defecation, urination, flatulence and belching.
That was a private act arranged by their mother despite our advice.
The private act requires both [notice to an agency and an employee's supervisor]; the private employee must give the employer the chance to correct the activity prior to reporting it to a relevant agency.