It seemed a dream, or rather the re-enactment of an old scene.
That an expiring law is constitutional is not always a convincing argument for its re-enactment.
This ordinance, which is issued motu proprio by the Pope, is the re-enactment and more exact definition of an old law.
Re-enactment itself became a foolish thing, the husk of what had once been fruit.
To expel them formally from the system would require the re-enactment of vast portions of law.
Here we have endeavored to show when, and how it continued until its re-enactment on Mount Sinai.
The re-enactment of the old sumptuary laws of the Puritans began to be talked of again.
He observes, however, emphatically, that a process of re-enactment would be always required.
That was the delightful charm of Eleanor Faversham; she demanded no formularies or re-enactment of raptures.
Fresh rigours would become necessary; the re-enactment of the penal code would not be sufficient.