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  • noun Plural form of rebellion.

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Examples

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • Backbench cowardice: all those 'rebellions' that were calculated to be not quite big enough to defeat the government.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

  • As there are situations where the right to free speech can be restrained by government, despite the language of the Amendment, it stands to reason that there * could* be situations (other than in cases of "rebellions" or "invasion") where the writ of habeas corpus * might* be modified, with regard to specific classes and for a certain, limited time period, so long as such a restraint is reasonably related a legitimate governmental end.

    Balkinization

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