Some articles on passed:
7, 2008, 81 private member’s bills passed ... bill, the "Non-smokers' Health Act" (aka Bill C-204), passed in 1986, (given Royal Assent on June 28, 1988) restricting smoking in federally-regulated workplaces and on ... The bill was passed in a free vote of the House of Commons despite being voted against by all members of the federal cabinet, including the Minister of Health ...
... In response to the strikes of the 1870s and 1880s, Congress passed the Arbitration Act of 1888, which authorized the creation of arbitration panels with the power to ... Congress attempted to correct these shortcomings in the Erdman Act, passed in 1898 ... A successor statute, the Newlands Act, passed in 1913 proved more effective, but was largely superseded when the federal government nationalized the railroads in 1917 ...
... A catcher is charged with a passed ball (abbreviated PB) when he fails to hold or control a legally pitched ball which, in the opinion of the official scorer, should ... A run that scores because of a passed ball is not scored as an earned run ... Neither a passed ball nor a wild pitch is charged as an error ...
... Upon his death, this trove of materials was passed to Esther Hoffe, who maintained most of them until her own death in 2007 (one original maunuscript of The ... Library of Israel, which believes that Brod passed the papers to Esther as an executor of his actual intent to have the papers donated to the institution ... side are Esther's daughters, who claim that Brod passed the papers to their mother as a pure inheritance which should be theirs ...
... The bill has passed by the Senate and is passed by the House before the end of June 2012, and it was signed by President Barack Obama ... The legislature passed a law in 2009 that opened the door for private investors to team up with the Arizona Department of Transportation ...
Famous quotes containing the word passed:
“by Spoon Rivergathering many a shell,
And many a flower and medicinal weed
Shouting to the wooded hills, singing to the green valleys.
At ninety-six I had lived enough, that is all,
And passed to a sweet repose.”
—Edgar Lee Masters (18691950)
“Whar have you been for the last three year
That you havent heard folks tell
How Jimmy Bludso passed in his checks
The night of the Prairie Belle?”
—John Milton Hay (18381905)
“In his very rejection of art Walt Whitman is an artist. He tried to produce a certain effect by certain means and he succeeded.... He stands apart, and the chief value of his work is in its prophecy, not in its performance. He has begun a prelude to larger themes. He is the herald to a new era. As a man he is the precursor of a fresh type. He is a factor in the heroic and spiritual evolution of the human being. If Poetry has passed him by, Philosophy will take note of him.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)