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The act or fact of grasping the meaning, nature, or importance of; understanding.
The knowledge that is acquired in this way.
Capacity to include.
Logic. The sum of meanings and corresponding implications inherent in a term.
[Middle English comprehensioun, from Latin comprehēnsiō, comprehēnsiōn-, from comprehēnsus, past participle of comprehendere, to comprehend. See comprehend.]Reading Comprehension in English (You Tube)
Three Steps to
- Read quickly underline unknown words
- Read again using the dictionary and summarize each paragraph
- Read whole article and summarize everything
- Used to express refusal, denial, disbelief, emphasis, or disagreement: No, I'm not going. No, you're wrong.
- Not at all; not by any degree. Often used with the comparative: no better; no more.
- Not: whether or no.
n., pl., noes (nōz).
- A negative response; a denial or refusal: The proposal produced only noes.
- A negative vote or voter.
Used to express strong refusal, doubt, or disbelief.
[Middle English, from Old English nā : ne, not + ā, ever.]
- Not any; not one; not a: No cookies are left.
- Not at all; not close to being: He is no child.
- Hardly any: got there in no time flat. See Usage Note at nor1.
[Middle English, variant of non, from Old English nān, none : ne, not + ān, one; see one.
aux.v., past tense, should (shʊd).
- Used before a verb in the infinitive to show:
- Something that will take place or exist in the future: We shall arrive tomorrow.
- Something, such as an order, promise, requirement, or obligation: You shall leave now. He shall answer for his misdeeds. The penalty shall not exceed two years in prison.
- The will to do something or have something take place: I shall go out if I feel like it.
- Something that is inevitable: That day shall come.
- To be able to.
- To have to; must.
[Middle English schal, from Old English sceal.]Covenant
- A binding agreement; a compact. See synonyms at bargain.
- A formal sealed agreement or contract.
- A suit to recover damages for violation of such a contract.
- In the Bible, God's promise to the human race.
v., -nant·ed, -nant·ing, -nants.
To promise by or as if by a covenant.
To enter into a covenant.
[Middle English, from Old French, from present participle of convenir, to agree. See convene.]
covenantal cov'e·nant'al (-năn'tl) adj.
- A principle or body of principles presented for acceptance or belief, as by a religious, political, scientific, or philosophic group; dogma.
- A rule or principle of law, especially when established by precedent.
- A statement of official government policy, especially in foreign affairs and military strategy.
- Archaic. Something taught; a teaching.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin doctrīna, from doctor, teacher. See doctor.]
Rule 33 Interrogatories to Parties
No or shall not found in the same sentence
Article I Section 9
United States Supreme Court Justices have read the limitations on Congress' power to make laws.
In his or her interpretation of Congress limitation of powers he or she has misconstrued the command (no or shall not) to mean that Congress has the right to pass whatever law it wishes and if the law is unconstitutional, then the U.S. Attorney General, private citizen or group may bring suit to have the law overturned.
To any person that has competent English reading comprehension skills that's not what has been written.
Founding Fathers have commanded Congress not to pass specific types of laws.
Obedience to the command means that our U.S. Supreme Court shall have no need to overturn unconstitutional laws.
Moral of my story is: Justices who assume that he or she has known the definition of words particularly familiar words such: as ' no or shall not' will neglect to look up the definition in the dictionary. The end result is that he or she will misinterpret the U.S. Constitution.
Please check [X] FACT or FICTION to my interrogatories:
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION The word shall is a command
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION The word no is a command
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION The words shall not is a command
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION The word shall means maybe
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION The word no means yes
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION The word shall not means can do
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION No state shall pass Bill of Attainder of ex post facto Law
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise thereof
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress shall make no law abridging freedom of speech
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress shall make no law abridging freedom of the press
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress shall make no law abridging the right of the people to peacefully assemble
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress shall make no law abridging the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances
- [ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Congress or States may pass unconstitutional laws for the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn
Any Justice may pick up the United States Constitution to read the words in print.
He or she may have thought that the mere skills of reading has qualified him or her as an expert.
Truth of the matter is not a single U.S. Chief Justice or Associate has ever comprehended the command (no or shall not).
Repercussion has lead to our U.S. Supreme Court handling a backlog overturning unconstitutional laws.
Separation of Powers has indoctrinated a tripartite form of government.
Checks and balances has imposed a lawful duty upon each branch to exercise oversight of its complimentary branch.
Laws must first pass through our Judiciary Branch for Justices to decide their constitutionality. Upon approval the President may then sign off.
Legislative and Executive Branches have partnered and excluded our Judiciary Branch from our lawmaking process.
Our Heavenly Father has sent word for our U.S. Supreme Court to uphold and keep sacred the Spirit of the Laws as indoctrinated by the Founding Fathers.
Last edited by stanleyg5; 07-16-2010 at 05:16 PM. Reason: typo
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