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instrumentalities

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  • Similarly, your proposal fails to account for certain instrumentalities of interstate commerce that should be subject to federal oversight.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Help Draft the Federalism Restoration Amendment

  • It is incorrect to believe that states are not able to regulate "instrumentalities"

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  • As in other FCPA enforcement actions, the allegations as to these entities are bare-bones, uninformative, and replete with legal conclusions as to why these entities are "instrumentalities" of a foreign government.

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  • While Routunda and Pham rely on a 1993 opinion from the White House Office of Legal Council that the clause applies when a foreign government acts through "instrumentalities", I'll head to

    No Runny Eggs

  • a philanthropical institution, or an educational enterprise, or a network of agencies and "instrumentalities" to bring to bear on society at large certain ameliorating influences or benignant reforms.

    The Old Roman World, : the Grandeur and Failure of Its Civilization.

  • "instrumentalities," which usually means a weapon.

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  • • In the face of the evidence presented in the Guardian, Jacqui Smith cannot deny collaboration with instrumentalities in Bangladesh that were known by her office routinely to use torture.

    Letters: Britain, Bangladesh and terrorist threats

  • Ditto the vagaries of who qualifies as a foreign official under the law, a definition which is often extended to include not only "any officer or employee of a foreign government" but also anyone working for "instrumentalities" of a foreign government, a term that has been broadly interpreted.

    Justice's Bribery Racket

  • Presumably he did not consider these important -- or at least capable of being dealt with through the instrumentalities of a massive military buildup and an American Century.

    Lawrence Wittner: Is Mitt Romney Ready for the World?

  • But if a person can be stripped of the right to own one dangerous instrumentality (gun) on account of the person is a drug user, the exact same rationale supports stripping them of the privilege to own other dangerous instrumentalities (knives, a motor vehicle).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » District Court Upholds Ban on Possessing Guns While an Illegal User of a Controlled Substance

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