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a walk taken by healthy persons to strengthen their health and by ill persons undergoing a course of treatment. Constitutionals are especially indicated for patients with certain diseases of the cardiovascular system, respiratory organs, gastrointestinal tract, and liver. Constitutionals are also recommended for people with a tendency toward obesity. At health resorts, terrain cure is used for treatment purposes.

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Constitutionality in material terms is presented much earlier than constitutionality in the formal sense.
Al-Awady said he expects the case to be referred to the Supreme Constitutional Court, which would look into the law's constitutionality.
If consumers such as CNG stations pass on the GIDC amount to the end consumers then the GIDC amount collected by the stations will be liable to be deposited with the Federation regardless of the ultimate result of the litigation regarding the constitutionality of the GIDC.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will consider DOMA's constitutionality, reports (http://www.
The Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the uninsurance tax provision June 27.
Lieutenant Colonel Jon Jackson, Khadr's military lawyer, had sought a supreme court order to force a lower court to examine the constitutionality of the military tribunal set to try the 23-year-old.
As well, he added that politicians, cannot determine the invalidity of the law, but leave it to the Constitutional Court, which is entrusted with the consideration of the constitutionality of legislations.
Anti-abortion protesters filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the 35-foot buffer zone law that took effect in November.
This challenge will directly address the constitutionality of the law.
On the one hand, more than 20 NGOs who advocated for reproductive and abortion rights in Mexico celebrated the affirmed constitutionality of the reforms, which were sufficient to ensure real change in the Federal District and to develop procedures to ensure women's access to abortion following rape.
The state legislative counsel, the city's legislative analyst and LAUSD attorneys all have questioned the constitutionality of the bill, especially whether it's legal to transfer authority over educational functions currently performed by a school district to the mayor of a charter city.
Supreme Court agreeing in February to consider the constitutionality of a federal law banning partial-birth abortion, the stage is set for "the most important abortion case the Supreme Court has seen in years," says O.