from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The act of enacting.
- noun The state of being enacted.
- noun Something that has been enacted.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of enacting or decreeing; specifically, the passing of a bill into a law; the act of giving validity to a law by vote or decree.
- noun A law enacted; a statute; an act.
- noun The acting of a part or representation of a character in a play.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The passing of a bill into a law; the giving of legislative sanction and executive approval to a bill whereby it is established as a law.
- noun That which is enacted or passed into a law; a law; a decree; a statute; a prescribed requirement
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The act of
enacting, or the state of being enacted.
- noun law A piece of
legislationthat has been properly authorizedby a legislativebody.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the passing of a law by a legislative body
- noun acting the part of a character on stage; dramatically representing the character by speech and action and gesture
- noun a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body
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Looks like the Plains of Abraham battle re-enactment is not a go.
Archive 2009-02-01 2009
The notion that once enactment is forced, the public will suddenly embrace health-care reform could not be further from the truth — and is likely to become a rallying cry for disaffected Republicans, independents and, yes, Democrats.
The notion that once enactment is forced, the public will suddenly embrace health-care reform could not be further from the truth
RL: Re-enactment is practical archaeology; what we do is ‘living history’ and as authentic as we can make it, so living as a Viking for, say, ten days at a stretch gives you the feel (and smell) of what it must gave been like.
Presidential statements, by definition, are pronouncements issued by the president when a congressional enactment is signed.
News From Yesterday 2005
That LJS re-enactment is reason enough to check this out.
Freaky Lips 2005
The cause for this enactment is stated in the statute to be that such acts may be prejudicial to and tend to endanger the peace and welfare of the kingdom, and, because the laws in existence are not sufficiently effectual for preventing such acts, it is necessary to supplement them by this special enactment.
The Alexandra 1863
The long-term enactment of the plan that is ultimately approved will likely lead to at least 200 staff layoffs, according to Schildge.
● Biodiesel: ASA's top policy priority for 2009 is long-term enactment of the biodiesel tax credit before it expires on December 31, 2009.
Domestic Fuel 2009
There are too many aspects and tentacles of the medical mechanics of it, more than debate and reason and wisdom can direct in enactment.
He writes, “The term ‘enactment’ is used to preserve the central point that when people act, they bring events and structures into existence and set them into motion” (Weick 2001, 225).
The Sensemaking Mindset: Improvisation over Strategy Cyndi Suarez 2022