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  • n. Plural form of enactment.

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Examples

  • Quercus publishing has placed online two five-minute filmed re-enactments from the book "Measuring the World" by Daniel Kehlmann.

    Film

  • TOLEDO, Ohio — A congressional candidate criticized for dressing in a Nazi uniform during World War II re-enactments is facing questions from his opponent about whether he is exaggerating his military service.

    Rich Iott Accused Of Promoting Misleading Military Record

  • When the Viceroy is at the head of that table he is the Governor-General-in-Council, and as such has power to make certain enactments, very considerable powers.

    Our Indian Empire

  • This principle is diametrically opposed to the object relations emphasis on pointing out and interpreting primitive defenses and so-called enactments.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • (1 Samuel 25: 1) Samuel represents the independence of the moral law, of the divine will, as distinct from legal or sacerdotal enactments, which is so remarkable a characteristic of all the later prophets.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • I own a musket that I use for ACW re-enactments which is legal.

    Sound Politics: The party of robbers, rapists and killers

  • It so happened that Congress had meantime by successive "enactments" cut down the army to twenty-five thousand men, the usual strength of a corps d'armee, the legitimate command of a lieutenant-general.

    Memoirs of Gen. William T. Sherman — Complete

  • The recent emphasis in relational theory on the mutual impact of therapist and patient, rather than on the impact of the patient’s pathology alone in causing the patient’s and therapist’s behavior in treatment, suggests strongly that it is erroneous to view so-called enactments as stemming only from the therapist’s participation in what is being induced in him or her by the patient Aron, 1996: 221-253.

    Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology in Social Work Practice

  • House Minority Leader John Boehner gave more than $2,000 than previously reported to Rich Iott, the Ohio Republican Congressional candidate who fell out of the GOP's good graces after being photographed dressing up as a Nazi officer during World War II re-enactments.

    John Boehner Donated $2K More Than Previously Reported To Rich Iott, Candidate Who Dressed As Nazi

  • The show also features filmed re-enactments of battle scenes, which are suitably gory and with very decent production values.

    Archive 2009-04-12

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