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the confederation government was too weak to meet the needs of the country

the confederation government was too weak to meet the needs of the country

Meeting in 1787, the American Constitution Convention had a number of central themes that served as primary discussion-points, and points of contention, for the delegates in attendance. None was more important than the multi-faceted theme conveyed in this two-part question, 'What power must the federal government legally wield -- and how?'

Other than the states agreed to meet and 12 of them did there were no "agreements" before the convention. Several states and delegates had proposals in hand when they arrived but all were to be used as simply starting points of discussion, no more. The most famous of these is the Virginia Plan which consisted of 13 points most of which ended up incorporated into the new Constitution but there was no agreement by any state to simply accept that plan ahead of time. The person posing this question needs to be a bit more explicit if he expects an answer beyond this and obviously has something in mind by his citing a specific number in his question.

the verb agreement is theconclucion that their points

The key points of the European Convention on Human Rights are now the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The key points are shorter as per the ECHR.

Federalist (fed er a list ) a federalist is a supporter of a strong national government and in favor of adopting of the constitution.

All delegates rejected Parliament's authority to tax colonies, but only a few actually wanted independence.

Only one, the fourteenth point. The League of Nations Wilson suggested was formed by the delegates of the Paris Peace Conference. The other thirteen were rejected as they contrasted with the more popular plan for peace.

President Wilson had his 14 points but the final agreement was The Treaty Of Versallies

Aspect ratio of a monitor is generally defined as the ratio of the 1) vertical to horizontal points 2) horizontal to vertical points 3) either 1) or 2) depending on the conventionfollowed

An interline baggage agreement is when airline company X agrees to be responsible to transfer your bags to your next flight on company Y without you having to re-check the baggage between transfer points.

It is not necessary - it is a convention to distinguish between the end points of a range being included or not in the solution.

A convention is the things that structure a particular text type. eg. A convention for a feature article would be statistics, the techniques that show this convention are things like emotive language, descriptive language, dot points and text boxes. eg2. a convention for a short story could be senquence of events and the technique used to show this would be flashback. eg3. a convention in a documentary would be camera angles and technique would be medium close up or long shot etc. hope this helps :)

It points to the direction that the wind comes from. Hence the meteorological convention of talking about where the wind is coming from, i.e. a south wind comes from the south.

No, due to the Hague Convention (which predates the Geneva Convention) signatory nations may not use ammunition which makes death inevitable or causes undue suffering. Expanding ammunition (such as hollow points) are held to fall into this category.

If there are three points, there are six possible orders, while "either" implies one of two! Leaving that aside, convention requires that, in elementary mathematics, the points are given in order - in either direction (ad there are only two possible directions). However, that is not the case with vectors. The order of the points is critical for vectors because, in vector algebra AB = -BA

Features, aspects, particulars, elements, design, traits, assignments, specifies, epitomizes, reveals, stipulates, delegates, charges, analysis, fine points, minutiae, technicalities...

In a nutshell... Country before Party.... George Washington would have been proud.

The convention is that reactants are on the left and products are on the right, but the direction of the arrow should also tell you: it points toward the products.

narrative conventions include points of view, characterisation, descriptive language, conflict, climax, plot, time, form etc narrative conventions include points of view, characterisation, descriptive language, conflict, climax, plot, time, form etc

Use your influence to try to get the concerns of both sides accounted for. Look for points of agreement between yourself and the others.

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