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Constitutional

 

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.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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New York [United States], May 25 ( ANI ): The lawyer of embattled Oscar-winner Harvey Weinstein Benjamin Brafman on Friday dismissed the charges against Hollywood mogul, saying, "they are constitutionally flawed."
'It's clear that this is case is warped and it's based on my privilege speech in the Senate which besides having constitutionally guaranteed immunity from suit, I'm also not inciting anyone to do anything.) /muf
One thinks back to Charles Glenn's observation about the "only forbidden motivation" and Greenawalt's point that conscious religious motives would make a teacher's selecting (or not selecting) school textbooks constitutionally suspect.
In fact, Blackmun's first draft was quite narrow and said nothing about whether women have a constitutionally protected right to obtain abortions.
A three-judge state appeals court panel determined "that a parent has a constitutionally protected right to direct the activities in which a child may engage" but not "that a parent's authority to relinquish a child's tort claims is similarly protected." In accordance with another provision of the waiver, the case will now enter arbitration.
A number of teachers have threatened to sue Davis, but the site is constitutionally protected.
When the Supreme Court decided Miranda and created the now famous warnings and waiver requirements, it recognized that its ruling was not constitutionally mandated.
This question is framed because the Association for Marriage and Family in Ontario argued that the legal definition of marriage--the union of one man and one woman is a constitutionally entrenched term, defined in the Constitution Act/1867.
"Had it not been for the Tattered Cover's steadfast stance, the zealousness of the city would have led to the disclosure of information that we ultimately conclude is constitutionally protected," the court declared on April 8.
That is, most laws or governmental actions are neither forbidden nor required by the Constitution but are merely permitted.(1) I will call this presumably rather large set of governmental actions "constitutionally optional."
Professionals (including CPAs) and business groups had hoped the Court would take this opportunity to establish objective guidelines to determine whether huge punitive awards are constitutionally permissible.