Enactment [noun]

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In 56 different countries, including the United States, they assessed how more than 6,000 different interventions affected infection rates in the weeks after enactment.

For the first time since the enactment of the Refugee Act of 1980, people who came to the border saying they feared persecution or torture in their home countries were turned away with no chance to plead their case for asylum.

Since the law’s enactment, local authorities have used it to restrict protests and free speech.

This enactment was due principally to the railway accidents that occurred.

This enactment, if honestly carried into effect, would have been unobjectionable.

One of the first effects of this amendment in Virginia was a legislative enactment requiring all women to pay the poll tax.

The marked feature of this period is the paucity of statutory enactment affecting relief.

This enactment, passed by the Scottish parliament of 1551, calls for notice upon other grounds besides those of morality.

There is urgent need for the enactment of laws restricting the catch of salmon, as the industry is now seriously threatened.

Many modern writers have followed him in referring the enactment of the article to the Council of Salisbury.