It empowers the secretary of state by letters patent to grant a charter to any number of persons not less than five for any objects other than railway or telegraph lines, banking or insurance.
It leaves the cognizance of all complaints in the hands of the several district courts, but empowers the President to employ the land and naval forces to enforce all of the restrictions embodied in the neutrality provisions.
Then I doubly rejoice she is there," replied Murray, "and there she will remain, till your generous assistance empowers me to rescue her father.
Lady Helen," continued he, "must share your care until Heaven empowers the Earl of Mar to reclaim his daughter, and adequately reward this holy church.
There is something exceedingly ridiculous in the composition of monarchy--it first excludes a man from the means of information, yet empowers him to act in cases where the highest judgment is required.
There is something exceedingly ridiculous in the composition of monarchy; it first excludes a man from the means of information, yet empowers him to act in cases where the highest judgment is required.
It empowers him to treat with the commissioners of the Thirteen United States of America.
This grant of power to those legislatures empowers them to decide what is and what is not "humane treatment.
This grant to those legislatures, empowers them to decide what is and what is not "humane treatment.
It abdicates and empowers the monarchy to foresee, to will, to act for it.
His only resource at this moment is to protest his attachment to the Revolution, and to lull the ministers whom the Revolution empowers to watch over his intrigues.
Several other privileges of the same kind exist, such as that which empowers the Union to legislate on bankruptcy, to grant patents, and other matters in which its intervention is clearly necessary.
The Constitution empowers Congress to declare war, but to make war without declaring it is anti-constitutional.
The Embargo law empowersthe President to suspend its operation whenever he shall be satisfied that our ships can pass in safety.
Is it an objection against the new Constitution, that it empowers the Senate, with the concurrence of the Executive, to make treaties which are to be the laws of the land?
Otherwise, in spite of your absence, we shall proceed with our fellow-electors to carry out the aforesaid business, as the authority of the imperial laws empowers us.
In spite of the fact that monasteries were generally exempt from the control of the local bishop, and directly under the pope, Innocent III empowers the French bishops to interfere in the monasteries to correct this abuse.
Footnote i: Several other privileges of the same kind exist, such as that which empowers the Union to legislate on bankruptcy, to grant patents, and other matters in which its intervention is clearly necessary.
It does not compel the magistrates to act: it only empowers them to take measures according to the exigency of the times.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "empowers" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.