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enumerate

To count or list one by one. For example, an enumerated data type defines a list of all possible values for a variable, and no other value can then be placed into it. See device enumeration and ENUM.
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For example, Congress cannot conduct whites-only elections in the District of Columbia, despite Congress's enumerated power to govern the District, because the Fifteenth Amendment prohibits the practice.
Otherwise put, the federal government has no authority unless it is enumerated in the Constitution; all other aspects of human conduct that may be subject to government control are understood to be reserved to state and local governments--or to be outside the realm of government authority altogether, reserved unto individuals to act upon as they see fit.
Early in the nation's history, the Supreme Court held government powers under this "general welfare" clause were limited to enumerated ones.
During the first two weeks of the census-taking, more than 310,000 persons have already been enumerated in the e-census.
Buyukeksi enumerated raising competitive power, increasing employment and ensuring regional development as three important issues.
2% of the enumerated households own and use motorized transport modes.
Gajapati (Orissa), May 29 (ANI): Some villagers residing in Orissa's Gajapati District have refuse to get themselves enumerated for the census as part of the state.
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It is our laboratory's experience that there are situations where a cellular interference flag is generated and no nRBCs are enumerated, as well as times where the nRBC flag will be present and no cellular interference flag is present.
Enumerated questions and answers are in separate sections for easy self-quizzing.
Doubtless, you know already that household cleaning products--detergents, bleaches, window and toilet bowl cleaners, as well as other specialty cleaners--can be deadly to animals, but she reminds you and shares a list of especially dangerous chemicals found in commercial cleaning products that Amy Carlton enumerated in her article, "Spring Cleaning: Using Pet-Safe Products to Clean Your Home," and recommends purchasing safer products from companies such as Earth Rite, Harmony, and Seventh Generation, or preparing your own safer cleaning products with baking soda or lemon juice (p.
The IRS has developed its own guidelines for these firms, enumerated in IRS Fact Sheet FS-2006-18.