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01. The city has [enacted] a new bylaw which prohibits smoking in all public buildings.
02. Following an incident in which a window was broken and a student injured, the principal [enacted] a zero-tolerance policy regarding aggressive behavior in the school.
03. The government has [enacted] a new bylaw which requires any new buildings built in the municipality to include bicycle parking.
04. The children [enacted] stories they had written themselves for the school audience.
05. Until Parliament [enacts] the new law, you cannot be arrested for doing this.
06. Every summer, volunteers [re-enact] the historical battle for tourists visiting the site.
07. in 1799, in order to finance the Napoleonic Wars, Great Britain became the first country in the world to [enact] a general income tax.
08. Following the revolution of 1952, Bolivian politician HernÙ„n Siles Zuazo helped to [enact] important social reforms that modernized the country.
09. Peter the Great [enacted] widespread reforms based on Western models in his homeland of Russia.
10. Minimum wage rates [enacted] in this country were originally higher for men than for women.
11. The [re-enactment] of the birth of Jesus was attended by hundreds of the faithful.
12. The United States' Declaration of Independence was [enacted] on July 4, 1776, but the British government refused to accept the document.
13. Gun-owners have formed a powerful lobby in the U.S., and have prevented the government from [enacting] gun-control laws.
14. In June of 1938, the American government [enacted] its first minimum wage; 25 cents an hour.
15. It was not until the assassination of John F. Kennedy that the American Congress [enacted] a law making it a federal crime to kill the President.{</charset>}

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