English words and Examples of Usage

use "enact" in a sentence

Some politicians have proposed that the ROC enact an 'anti-annexation law' to counter the proposed PRC law.

Most incorporated areas have home rule and are free to enact their own city and building codes, and set their own election dates.

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years there have been several cases of minors sent out on hazardous journeys in order to apply for political asylum status which, once granted, would enable the rest of the family to join them.

The primary purpose of these inspections is the overall safety of the student-built racing car and the need to certify this safety, The certification will enable the team to participate in the competition.

These are available as cross platform free/open source or proprietary programming interfaces written on top of OpenGL and systems libraries to enable the creation of real-time visual simulation applications.

For example, in Finland, the official goal was to improve students' performance and to enable them to gain diplomas faster by introducing stricter standards.

Also, skylights will be installed, and the east front of the mall will be re-configured to enable more stores to face Wacker Drive.

If the stick head is rotated onto the reverse (lighter colour) the Toe is not going to disappear into the ground to enable the reverse side of the stick to be presented to the ball - a vertical adjustment is necessary.

Its stand at Bastogne held off the Germans long enough to enable the 101st Airborne to dig in for a defense of the city.

The desert provides some protection from Calormen invasion since the springs at the great oasis would not be sufficient to enable an army of any size to cross it.

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