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Literary usage of Enactable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reference Model For Frameworks Of Software Engineering Environments (see) by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"5.2.4 Types For an SEE to support process enactment, it needs enactable ... Depending on the semantics of the process definition form enactable in the SEE, ..."
2. The Methodist Review (1899)
"man to the end of time, and regards that experience as continuous and personal, enacted or enactable in every man. The "Fall" of man is taken out of the ..."
3. A Manual for Health Officers by Joseph Scott MacNutt (1915)
"Thus the theoretical principle of perfect adequacy is compromised by practical considerations, the highest standards enactable and enforceable at the time ..."
4. The Economy of Happiness by James MacKaye (1906)
"... it would apply to no possible class of laws either enacted or enactable, since the interests of human beings are so bound up with one another that it is ..."
5. Truth and Consequences of the Genetic Revolution": Human Genetic Research edited by Lisa M. Matocq (2000)
"SENATOR KOPP: Probably not enactable this year. MR. BEREANO: That would be my sense also, Senator. That would be my sense also. SENATOR KOPP: Mr. Chairman, ..."
6. Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New by Edward Fitch Underhill (1868)
"... if the wisdom of the Convention were to strike out this provision from the exclusive and determinate powers, and leave it enactable by the Legislature, ..."