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fixed and absolute and without contingency

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He has been accused of availing himself of a wrong construction of powers vested in him at his own request, and of sacrificing the interests of Mr.
To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.
The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.
The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.
You have but one duty, John, and that lies in the interest of vested authority.
The episode meant more to him than being bested in play by the best swordsman in England--for that surely was no disgrace--to Henry it seemed prophetic of the outcome of a future struggle when he should stand face to face with the real De Montfort; and then, seeing in De Vac only the creature of his imagination with which he had vested the likeness of his powerful brother-in-law, Henry did what he should like to have done to the real Leicester.
Just Simeon and prophetic Anna, warned By vision, found thee in the Temple, and spake, Before the altar and the vested priest, Like things of thee to all that present stood.
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The stab and bullet protective vest for Nikita was acquired through the local non-profit organization, Vested Interest, which helps to provide protective vests for law enforcement K-9s throughout the United States.
Being vested can lend a formality that is certainly appropriate when it takes place in a church or at a conference with an assembly gathered.
These include cases in which employees forfeit an option before it is vested, the company cancels an option after vesting or an option expires unexercised, typically because it is underwater.
Prior to the legislation, funded nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements were taxed as they vested, but unfunded arrangements were only taxed when amounts were actually or constructively received, typically much later.
The exercise-and-sell strategy is impractical since the options are not vested and there would be no resulting value.
I feel a little sad," she says, "but it's a goal that hopefully I can achieve to get them all vested.
Properties were supposed to be vested into city hands within a year of the initial borough filing.