Definitions

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  • adjective Not able to be reviewed, or not subject to review

Etymologies

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un- + review + -able

Examples

  • Jameel Jaffer of the ACLU and Pardiss Kebriaei of the Center for Constitutional Rights, lawyers for al Awlaki, repeatedly underscored the life or death nature of the case, the constitutional issues at hand, and the fact that no court had ever given this kind of unreviewable authority over life and property of US citizens to the government.

    Vincent Warren: License to Kill? Report on Al Awlaki Argument in DC Federal Court

  • Jameel Jaffer of the ACLU and Pardiss Kebriaei of the Center for Constitutional Rights, lawyers for al Awlaki, repeatedly underscored the life or death nature of the case, the constitutional issues at hand, and the fact that no court had ever given this kind of unreviewable authority over life and property of US citizens to the government.

    Vincent Warren: License to Kill? Report on Al Awlaki Argument in DC Federal Court

  • After what the Times reported this morning, no one in this body should be comfortable with a government having this kind of unreviewable power.

    Think Progress » Video: Feingold Convinces Senators to Block Patriot Act Extension

  • But giving someone like Bush "unreviewable" and unlimited military powers is reckless; the man can barely construct a sentence, let alone articulate a humane and effective foreign policy.

    Impeachment Hearings for Bush & Co.? How about War Crimes Tribunals

  • It confers dictatorial and "unreviewable" power on the executive.

    What everyone should know about Jose Padilla

  • The American form of government was established precisely to prevent this kind of unreviewable exercise of power over the lives of individuals. '

    NPR Topics: News

  • The American form of government was established precisely to prevent this kind of unreviewable exercise of power over the lives of individuals

    Think Progress

  • "The American form of government was established precisely to prevent this kind of unreviewable exercise of power over the lives of individuals," the deans said.

    NPR Topics: News

  • The American form of government was established precisely to prevent this kind of unreviewable exercise of power over the lives of individuals. '

    NPR Topics: News

  • The American form of government was established precisely to prevent this kind of unreviewable exercise of power over the lives of individuals. '

    NPR Topics: News

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