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Mechem says that if at the time of signing, the person doing so purported to act as agent, the act might be ratified.
Both their and my agreements were immediately ratified, and they are in high spirits.
But offerings of this kind were presented when federal transactions were ratified by the worshippers of God.
Thus if a secretary calls a meeting instead of the directors, and his action is properly ratified by them, the call is effective.
The 1851 State Constitution was ratified by the voters by an overwhelming majority at the next election.
Although this Constitution was never ratified by the voters themselves, it was later approved by the state legislature.
Virginia adopted the constitution of the United States, recommending amendments; tenth state which ratified that document.
It only, as orthodox and unschismatic, 'was entitled to have its communions and excommunications ratified in heaven.'
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
This third Constitution for Virginia was officially adopted in 1851 after it had been ratified by the voters of the state.
In order to comply with the law, the form of an election was then gone through with, and their commander's choice ratified.

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