The beginning of the Constitution is known as a preamble. A preamble is an opening statement that describes a document's intent and spirit.
The preamble of the US Constitution reads:
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence,promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
The term which refers to the powers that may be assumed from the expressed powers in the Constitution are the implied powers. The 'general welfare' clause and the 'necessary and proper' clause imply certain powers to the president that are not enumerated.
The the term refers to a sailor receiving a promotion and subsequent new rank insignia (being pinned on their uniform) in a ceremony conducted aboard the USS Constitution.
Because the Texas Constitution did not allow it.
The term Jingoism refers to aggressive foreign policy in regards to extreme patriotism. It was first used in Britain in the 1870's in reference to Russia. However it was first used in an American newspaper in 1893.
No Germany does not. The term Pilgrim is unique to the US and refers to the first immigrants who came and established living quarters and farming. As a part of Europe, Germany and Bavaria have a rich history of culture and peoples such as the Germanic Tribes.
One term limit the part of the Constitution by serving a one year term. This is voted into place.
Most frequently the term of a document that defines the role of government and how the government organized is called a constitution.
The term that refers to the part of a composition that appears closest is the foreground.
The term that refers to a mental construct that represent some part of the world is the sociological imagination. C. Wright Mills was the first to introduce this concept in 1959 and is now applied to various faucets of sociology.
A figure of speech that refers to a whole by its part