reserved powers
reserved powers see power 2a

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  • Reserved matters — For other meanings, see Reserved powers disambiguation page. In the United Kingdom reserved matters, also referred to as reserved powers, are those subjects over which power to legislate is retained by Westminster, as stated by the Scotland Act… …   Wikipedia

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  • Powers Auditorium — Infobox Venue name = Powers Auditorium image caption = West facing facade of Powers Auditorium, facing the Ford Recital Hall nickname = Powers location = 260 West Federal Street Youngstown, Ohio coordinates = type = Indoor theatre broke ground =… …   Wikipedia

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