from The Century Dictionary.
- Of the nature of an enactment or of enactments; relating to enactments: as, bills enactory and declaratory.
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This also made it hard to say whether Lord Aberdeen's Act were enactory or declaratory, a predicament, however, which equally affects all statutes
If enactory, then why did the House of Lords give judgment against those who allowed weight to the 'call?'
This also made it hard to say whether Lord Aberdeen's Act were enactory or declaratory,
The most shockingly searching, influential, and permanent blunder that ever has affected the mind of man has been the fancy that a religion includes a creed as to its [Greek: aporrhêta], and a morality; in short, that it was doctrinal by necessity, enactory, and (which has been the practical part of the blunder) therefore exclusive, because: