protectsthe peoples right to practice religion, to speak freely, to assemble (meet), to address the government and of the press to publish
protects the right to own guns. There is debate whether this is a right that protects the state, or a right that protects individuals.
guarantees that the army cannot force homeowners to give them room and board
protects the people from the government improperly taking property, papers, or people, without valid warrant based on probable cause (good reason).
protects people from being held for committing a crime unless they are properly indicated, that they may not be tried twice for the same crime, that you need not to be forced to testify against yourself, and from property being taken without just compensation. it also contains due process guarantees.
guarantees a speedy trial, an impartial jury, that the accused can confront witnesses against them, and that the accused must be allowed to have a lawyer
guarantees a jury trial in federal civil court cases. this type of case is normally no longer heard in federal court
No cruel and unusual punishments and no outrageous fines
states that people's rights are not limited to just those listed in the Constitution.
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.
clearly defines jurisdiction of supreme court over a suit brought against a state by a citizen of another state
redefines how the President and Vice-President are chosen by the Electoral College, making the two positions cooperative, rather than first and second highest vote-getters. It also ensures that anyone who becomes Vice-President must be eligible to become President.
ensures that all citizens of all states enjoyed not only rights on the federal level, but on the state level too. it removed the three-fifths counting of slaves on the census. it ensured that the US would not pay the depths of rebellious states. it also had several measures designed to ensure the loyalty of legislators who participated on the confederate side of the civil war
any race can vote
Allows the federal government to collect income tax without regard to the population of the states
shifted the choosing of senators from the state legislature to the people of the states.
banned the sale of alcohol in 1919 (was later erased)
allows any gender to vote
"set new start dates for the terms of the Congress and the President, and clarifies how the deaths of Presidents before swearing-in would be handled."- graves middle school
repealed the 18th Amendment
set a limit on the number of times a President could be elected - two four-year terms. It has one exception for a Vice-President who assumes the Presidency after the death or removal of the President, establishing the maximum term of any President to 10 years.
grants the Washington D.C. the right to three electors in Presidential elections.
ensured that no tax could be charged to vote for any federal office.
clarifies even further the line of succession to the Presidency, and establishes rules for a President who becomes unable to perform his duties while in office.
18 and up can vote
requires that any law that increased the pay of legislators may not take effect until after an election.
study of volcanoes
the earth and its history
all living things
study of ancient people through artifacts
to cook in an oven
to moisten foods while they are cooking by brushing them with butter, juice from the meat, or other sauces.
food is dropped first into boiling water, and then plunged into cold water
food is dipped into a sticky liquid, such as eggs, and then coated with cracker crumbs, bread, or flour
to cook under direct heat from a broiler
to beat a substance, such as butter or sugar until it is smooth and fluffy
to cut foods, such as meat or cheese, into small squares
to add a solid ingredient, such as butter, to a dry mixture until they combine
to chop into pieces measuring about 1/8 to 1/4 inch in size
to pour a slow stream of liquid over food
to lightly sprinkle with a substance such as sugar or flour
to remove the bones from a piece of meat
to cook in hot fat
to shred a substance by rubbing it against a sharp, serrated metal object
to soak meat in a seasoned mixture to flavor and tenderize it
to cut away the outer skin of a fruit or vegetable
to cook in a simmering liquid
to make food smooth by using a food processes
to quickly brown the sides of a piece of meat on high heat, thus sealing in the juices
to cook slowly in a liquid that's close to boiling point
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