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Contracts: Joint or Joint and Several?

A. I. D.
1917 California Law Review  
Its purpose is rather to increase the power of the legislature. The powers of the legislature are not limited by those of local bodies, but are absolute for making general laws.  ...  Its purpose is rather to increase the power of the legislature. The powers of the legislature are not limited by those of local bodies, but are absolute for making general laws.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3474253 fatcat:e4zyxrs3ljguvjb3cdjzrp4bpi

Page 1251 of Harvard Law Review Vol. 51, Issue 7 [page]

1938 Harvard Law Review  
Justices Holmes and Brandeis dissented; Justice McReynolds limited his concurrence to language of Organic Act.) 27 See Morgan, Public Ownership of Power (Sept. 1937) 68 ATL.  ...  Mor- gan’s case would present an attempt to make a concurrent resolution by Congress the sole means of removal,*° thereby depriving the President of any participation in the removal process.  ... 

Page 184 of Niles' National Register Vol. 38, Issue 988 [page]

1830 Niles' National Register  
removals by former presidents, any such power has been claimed, as hag been advocated on this floor—the power of making removals ‘‘at his pleasure.’  ...  he must, of necessity, possess the power of making removals—and thut this power has been ex. ercised by every president.  ... 

Primary Jurisdiction. Effect of Administrative Remedies on the Jurisdiction of Courts

1938 Harvard Law Review  
Justices Holmes and Brandeis dissented; Justice McReynolds limited his concurrence to language of Organic Act.) 27 See Morgan, Public Ownership of Power (Sept. 1937) 68 ATL.  ...  Mor- gan’s case would present an attempt to make a concurrent resolution by Congress the sole means of removal,*° thereby depriving the President of any participation in the removal process.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1334106 fatcat:dmv2ahxagrgrhklergubh4e64u

Four empirically based reasons not to administer time-limited tests

Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Raechel N. Soicher, Kathryn A. Becker-Blease
2020 Translational Issues in Psychological Science  
For more than a century, measurement experts have distinguished between time-limited tests and untimed power tests, which are administered without time limits or with time limits so generous that all students  ...  However, differences among students' speed of responding do not confound untimed power tests; therefore, untimed power tests ensure more accurate assessment.  ...  educational assessment: 1) Remove all time limits from all higher educational tests intended to assess power.  ... 
doi:10.1037/tps0000232 pmid:32582819 pmcid:PMC7314377 fatcat:imwaouwckne5blivkrttb6ntwq

Page 799 of ABA Journal Vol. 12, Issue 11 [page]

1926 ABA Journal  
Hence this power to remove is not un- limited.  ...  If his language was more than a dictum and a decision then the Parson's case overrules it.  ... 

Variability Patterns

Markus Voelter
2009 European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs  
is much more powerful than configuration, since it provides an unlimited variant space.  ...  In contrast to preprocessors, they are bound at runtime using polymorphism in object oriented languages. A more powerful formalism for configuration variability is feature models [2] .  ... 
dblp:conf/europlop/Voelter09 fatcat:pkeryja43vgqtj6yvhggr4uiyu

Page 406 of Speculum Vol. 18, Issue 4 [page]

1943 Speculum  
These are excep- tional instances and easily explained; they do not represent a general tendency to remove Englishmen, nor do they show that it was the practice of the Con- queror to make such removals  ...  As lawful king of England he was far more powerful than he ever could have been merely as a conqueror who in the feudal hierarchy was no more than a duke.  ... 

Constitutional Law: Construction of Fish and Game Act

J. L. K.
1917 California Law Review  
Its purpose is rather to increase the power of the legislature. The powers of the legislature are not limited by those of local bodies, but are absolute for making general laws.  ...  Its purpose is rather to increase the power of the legislature. The powers of the legislature are not limited by those of local bodies, but are absolute for making general laws.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3474252 fatcat:nane2olt4vfhpf2wrb26clicne

Possibility of Reverter and Powers of Termination: Fraternal or Identical Twins?

Allison Dunham
1953 The University of Chicago Law Review  
can be no difference between language of condition and language of limitation.  ...  The more the language of limitation is used to penalize for nonperformance of required conduct, the more the courts are likely to intervene to prevent a forfeiture except where the situation requires that  ... 
doi:10.2307/1597882 fatcat:n43bhcjhjvf6bcpvhkz7p6fsj4

Ad Hoc Networking Pattern Language

Michael Kircher, Prashant Jain
2001 European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs  
The pattern language abstracts away from any specific language, platform, or technology. We present this pattern language here with primary focus on resource management patterns.  ...  While each technology is either platform or language dependent, they share a common underlying architecture which can be expressed using a pattern language.  ...  Example resolved To make the abstract idea more visible, we apply the above pattern language to a stock quoter application for mobile phones.  ... 
dblp:conf/europlop/KircherJ01 fatcat:ltotpbvd7rh6ddue5nuqzjrahu

SAFE: A Programming Language for Software Quality [chapter]

B. K. Oliver, R. G. Dromey
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Existing languages do little to reduce this burden. Here a new imperative programming language called SAFE is introduced, which is designed to facilitate the construction of quality software.  ...  It shifts much of the unnecessary responsibility for ensuring quality away from the programmer and into the language.  ...  CONCLUSION The majority of current imperative programming languages still allow programmers to construct programs not far removed in quality from those which were written more than a decade ago.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34848-3_35 fatcat:f5b7bx3yujdkdoylnnvdmft2km

Page 564 of The American Whig Review Vol. 10, Issue 24 [page]

1849 The American Whig Review  
, than those men did who used the language, and con- ferred the power.  ...  Third, slaves should not be introduced by any but actual settlers, and not for mer- chandise, because Congress had power to make all needful rules or regulation for the government of territories.  ... 

Digital Constitutionalism: Using the Rule of Law to Evaluate the Legitimacy of Governance by Platforms

Nicolas Suzor
2018 Social Media + Society  
In this article, I propose that the legitimacy of governance of users by platforms should be evaluated against the values of the rule of law.  ...  I argue that the values of the rule of law provide a language to name and work through contested concerns about the relationship between platforms and their users.  ...  The exercise of this power is limited by the market and by emergent social norms, but it is barely limited by law.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056305118787812 fatcat:ndgsz22jirgobbmlbbw7tjdmlu

Page 331 of Harvard Law Review Vol. 49, Issue 2 [page]

1935 Harvard Law Review  
1935] RECENT CASES 331 to remove was inherent in the executive function, and that this conclusion was strengthened by the removal power incident to the power of appointment given the President by the Constitution  ...  limit the right implied from the presi- dential power of appointment.  ... 
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