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  • v. Third-person singular present simple form of enact


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enact +‎ -eth


  • But how is that future diminished or consumed, which as yet is not? or how that past increased, which is now no longer, save that in the mind which enacteth this, there be three things done?

    The Confessions

  • It enacteth all ordinances and regulations that are not to be found in the explicit Holy

    Bahá’í Administration

  • Thus for example, the House of Justice enacteth today a certain law and enforceth it, and a hundred years hence, circumstances having profoundly changed and the conditions having altered, another House of Justice will then have power, according to the exigencies of the time, to alter that law.

    The World Order of Bahá’u’lláh

  • This House of Justice enacteth the laws and the government enforceth them.

    Bahá’u’lláh and the New Era


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