Asked in Definitions, Example Sentences
How do you use the word continuity in a sentence?
(Continuity is the condition of being without a stop or interruption, from the Latin com-, meaning "together," and tenere, meaning "to hold") "To ensure the continuity of the Mayfield Beautification Project, we shall hold elections today for a new director." "The continuity of the dynasty was threatened by the deaths of the princes." "The use of a female superhero with the same name altered the continuity for the comics character." ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Harmless error doctrine?
If there is an error in doctrine then it could change the whole meaning of that doctrine and become misleading. While some error may be so insignificant that it does not alter the meaning of the doctrine. One error may be "Christ was able to perform miracles" but is quoted "Christ is able to perform miracles" The was and is does not change the meaning. ...
Is the act of state doctrine provides that only a head of state can make treaties with another nation?
Yes. The Head of State Doctrine outlines this provision.
What doctrine states that a state could void a law harmful to itself?
I believe it is the Doctrine of Nullification
Asked in The Monroe Doctrine
Did monroe write the monroe doctrine?
The Monroe Doctrine was named after the President that delivered the message to Congress in 1823, but the Doctrine was the brain child of Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, who considered the author of the Doctrine given in Monroe's 7th State of the Union message to Congress. ...
Asked in Comedies and Funny Movies, Topology
What is the difference between absolute continuity and differential continuity?
What is the difference between absolute continuity and differential continuity? Do an individual's experiences affect differential continuity? Provide specific examples ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Topology
What is the difference between tangent continuity and curvature continuity?
Tangent continuity: No sharp angles. Curvature continuity: No sharp radius changes. ...
What was the name of the doctrine proclaimed in the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions that a state can block a federal law it considers unconstitutional?
Nullification is the doctrine that a state can block a federal law if it is deemed unconstitutional. ...
What is meant by doctrine of pith and substance in indian constitution?
Pith and substance is doctrine in a legal constitution that is the character of the law outlining the core meaning. The meaning of pith and substance in the Indian Constitution is what states the most important aspect. ...