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What is freedom from normal restraints in conduct?
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What is the difference between absolute freedom and relative freedom?
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What writers poem's celebrated youth and a life of independence and freedom from traditional restraints?
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How many restraints are in Disney World?
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What are the procedural restraints found in the bill of rights?
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Does chlorine conduct electricity?
Chlorine is a non-metal. Therefore it does not conduct electricity. Only metals conduct electricity. Metalloid's also conduct electricity. The normal form of Chlorine is a diatomic gas (Cl2). Gasses do not conduct electricity under normal conditions. (High voltages can ionize gasses, making them conductive.)
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What act of congress infringed on individual rights like freedom of speech?
When the potential effectuation of a law enacted by Congress or other governmental action, infringes on the right to freedom of speech enumerated in Amendment I, this is known as a prior restraint. Prior restraints essentially are government bans on speech or publication before its actual expression is to occur. Prior restraints are almost always unconstitutional, subject to some narrow exceptions.
What does vision mean?
ANSWER: Vision is the ability to see. Symbolically, in scripture, vision is also the ability to see ahead. "Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keeps the law, happy is he" (Proverbs 29:18). People who keep the law (the ten commandments) automatically have more vision. The King James "perish" is from the Hebrew "para", meaning throw off restraints. Where there is no vision people throw off restraints. The law establishes restraints in behavior and boundaries on conduct.