Sentence and Word Structure
Explain why you think the elastic clause is called that?
Its called the elastic clause because it can be, and has been,
STRETCHED (like elastic....) and used as an excuse to make a bunch
of other laws that may or may not really be within the scope of the
authority of Congress.
What does the elastic clause allow Congress to do?
What does the elastic clause in the constitution allow?
What is it called when there is a temporary change to a solid?
Asked in Arteries
Is the external carotid artery an elastic or muscular artery?
Asked in Personal Finance, Medication and Drugs, Beauty, Antibiotics, Penicillin, Perfumes and Colognes, Ice Cream
Which you think is the more price elastic perfume and salt penicillin and ice cream automobiles and automobile tires?
What does subordinate independent clause mean?
Why is right to freedom is called cluster of Rights explain?
Asked in Local Laws
What are the different parts of an ordinance?
title preamble - sort of introduction or preface; purpose is to explain the reasons for the enactment (of a law) and the objects sought to be attained. enacting clause - tells who the authors are body effectivity clause these are the parts of a law. looking at different ordinances, i think their parts are the same as laws'