Similar words: constitutional, constitution, conventional, institutional, convention, institution, constitute, invention. Meaning: n. the convention of United States statesmen who drafted the United States Constitution in 1787.
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1 A constitutional convention was elected to try to agree on a new form of government.
2 Without realizing it Macmillan trespassed on the modern constitutional convention.
3 To be sure, even the great Constitutional Convention had its own sideshows.
4 What happened at the Constitutional Convention?
5 A Constitutional Convention was held in Langdale in January 1820.
6 There was one issue , however,[www.Sentencedict.com] that Constitutional Convention did not resolve to Mason's liking.
7 Supporters of slavery wanted to organize a constitutional convention that could put Kansas into the Union as a slave state.
8 The men in this Constitutional Convention represented the different colonies.
9 At the constitutional convention, Roger Sherman defended this arrangement, noting that "If the vice-President were not to be President of the Senate, he would be without employment."
10 The point at which a useful and necessary practice is accorded the status of a constitutional convention is not clear.
11 The Bill draws on the scheme proposed by the constitutional convention.
12 The group, which set up its own provisional government in December, hopes to hold a constitutional convention within two years.
13 The Glorious Revolution of England in 1688 and American Constitutional Convention in 1787 were two typical cases of rapid successful constitutionality by positive-gaming.
14 In con- federation period, he advocated revising "the Articles of confederation" actively, and promoted to hold the constitutional convention.
15 Electoral College Plan itself was the compromise of various interests at the constitutional convention in 1787.
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