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Hindi & Urdu urdū , from Persian zabān-e-urdū-e-muallā language of the Exalted Camp (the imperial bazaar in Delhi)
1796, in the meaning defined above
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a bad workman blames his tools
aage naath na piichhe pagaa
heirless, lone, lone wolf
magician, sorcerer, wizard, conjuror
the celebration of of an engagement, betrothal, engagement
to look carefully
slaves of the same master in relation to one another, slave colleagues
cage for birds
a decent way of desiring, nice way of asking
living, livelihood, course of life
state of just living a life (esp. with mediocre means), whiling away one's time means of livelihood, passing (one's) time, occupation, employment, subsistence, livelihood, means of living
spread, wide-spread, dispersed, diffused, diffuse
drowsiness or mild intoxication caused by taking opium
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out of sight, out of mind
(a business) close or be closed down, to become bankrupt or insolvent, the (banker's or merchant's), to be turned over
what is your name
charge sheet, indictment, calendar of crime
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to carry (one's) anger, or temper, at the tip of the nose, have a very short temper, be irritable
to stop the mouth (of)
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काकुल • کاکُل.
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a tuft of hair left on the top of the head
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fine words butter no parsnips, many words will not bushel
साहिर • ساحِر.
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नज़्र-ए-आतिश • نَذر آتِش.
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burn, deflagrate, to set (something on fire), given to fire
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dashing one against another, collision, quarrel, encounter
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useless talk, unavailing discussion, frivolous or vain talk, rumours
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the season of heavy rain, the wind that brings rain
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O Husain, Jobson
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a representation of the shrines of Hasan and Husain, sons of 'Ali (which is carried in procession at the Moharram by the Shiaschiefly)
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always, ever, perpetually, constantly, continually
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1) These : یہ , ان : (satellite adjective) Used to refer two or more nearer people or things.
Who is Sara amongst these? These are good guys.
They : وہ , Them : ان , Those : وہ , We : ہم , Hajji : حاجی , This : یہ , Mother-In-Law : ساس , Approach : آمد , Approach : قریب قریب ہونا , Heir Presumptive : ممکنہ وارث , He : وہ , You : تم , Have In Mind : ذہن میں ہونا , I : میں , Hit Home : متعلق ہونا , Celestial City : جنت , She : وہ لڑکی , Subject : پیش کرنا , She : وہ لڑکی , Codger : انوکھا آدمی , Bolshevik : روسی انقلابی , Blessed Virgin : حضرت مریم علیھا سلام , Metaphor : استعارہ , Hired Help : کرائے کے کسان , Spiritualism : روحانیت , Endemic : علاقائی مرض , Domain : لوگ , Britain : برطانیہ , Association : انجمن , Leg : ٹانگ , Europe : براعظم یورپ
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They: Used to refer two or more people or things.
Them: Used to refer two or more people or things.
Those: Used to refer two or more farther people or things.
We: Used to refer to people in general, including the speaker.
Hajji: a general term used by foreign soldiers to refer to the Iraqi people.
This: referring to the nearer one.
Mother-In-Law: A mother-in-law is the mother of one`s spouse. When two people get married, their respective parents become related to each other through the marriage. The mother-in-law is the term used to refer to the mother of the husband or wife in this context.
Approach: the temporal property of becoming nearer in time.
Approach: come near or verge on, resemble, come nearer in quality, or character.
Heir Presumptive: a person who expects to inherit but whose right can be defeated by the birth of a nearer relative.
He: Used to refer a man or boy.
You: Used to refer to the one .
Have In Mind: intend to refer to.
I: Used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself .
Hit Home: refer to or be relevant or familiar to.
Celestial City: phrases used to refer to Heaven.
She: Used to refer a woman or girl.
Subject: refer for judgment or consideration.
Codger: used affectionately to refer to an eccentric but amusing old man.
Bolshevik: emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries.
Blessed Virgin: the mother of Jesus; Christians refer to her as the Virgin Mary; she is especially honored by Roman Catholics.
Metaphor: a figure of speech in which an expression is used to refer to something that it does not literally denote in order to suggest a similarity.
Hired Help: employee hired for domestic or farm work (often used in the singular to refer to several employees collectively).
Spiritualism: the belief that the spirits of dead people can communicate with people who are still alive (especially via a medium).
Endemic: a disease that is constantly present to a greater or lesser degree in people of a certain class or in people living in a particular location.
Domain: people in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest.
Britain: a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain` is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom.
Association: a formal organization of people or groups of people.
Leg: a human limb; commonly used to refer to a whole limb but technically only the part of the limb between the knee and ankle.
Europe: the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe` to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles.
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Whom : The objective case of who.
Previous of These
Which : interrogatively.
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ہماری اردو ڈکشنری ویب سائٹ میں خوش آمدید! یہاں آپ کو اردو زبان کی معنیاں، الفاظ اور جملوں کی تشریح ملے گی۔ ہماری ڈیٹا بیس میں وسیع تعداد میں الفاظ اور متعلقہ معلومات شامل ہیں جو آپ کی زبانی ضروریات پر پورا اتریں گی۔ آپ الفاظ کی تلاش کرسکتے ہیں، معانی پڑھ سکتے ہیں اور اردو زبان میں مہارت پیدا کرسکتے ہیں۔ ہمیں خوشی ہوگی آپ کی زبانی تجربے میں مدد کرنے کے لئے۔
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These Meaning in Urdu
Definition & synonyms.
Â¤ This, these: used to indicate a person, thing etc nearby or close in time. Â¤ That, those: used to indicate a person, thing etc spoken of before, not close to the speaker (ex: this horse is better than that (one)).
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These meaning in urdu is یہ - yee, it is a english word used in various contexts. These meaning is accurately described in both English and Urdu here. This reliable online English to Urdu dictionary offers synonyms and multiple meanings of each word. It's a convenient tool for expanding your vocabulary. Unlock the essence of "These meaning in Urdu" with our comprehensive exploration and don't hesitate to search for other words and their meanings using this reliable resource.
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These meaning in Urdu is یہ - yee.
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Synonym of These is That , This , Those .
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Definition of These is Â¤ This, these: used to indicate a person, thing etc nearby or close in time. Â¤ That, those: used to indicate a person, thing etc spoken of before, not close to the speaker (ex: this horse is better than that (one))..
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These meanings in Urdu are یہ, ان These in Urdu. More meanings of these, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
To resist the frigidity of old age, one must combine the body, the mind, and the heart. And to keep these in parallel vigor one must exercise, study, and love.
- Alan Bleasdale
As the age of television progresses the Reagans will be the rule, not the exception. To be perfect for television is all a President has to be these days.
- Gore Vidal
The class distinctions proper to a democratic society are not those of rank or money, still less, as is apt to happen when these are abandoned, of race, but of age.
The funniest racism is the racism between minorities. It's something you don't see dramatized, but almost every minority I know who's my age, they have these funny stories about their parents stereotyping other minorities.
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نا پہلے جو ذکر آچکا ہو عدم ان کو لا یہ کہ مقابل جگہ ڈس اُن سے نر حال یہ ب یہی بے کی ا انھیں غیر اُس کا مفہوم واضح ہو چکا ہو در انہی کو ان کہ لڑکی ن موجودہ بد وہ اپ اس
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Meanings of the word These in Urdu are یہ - yeh and ان - in. To understand how would you translate the word These in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to These or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered These synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word These. If there is a match we also include idioms & quotations that either use this word or its translations in them or use any of the related words in English or Urdu translations. These idioms or quotations can also be taken as a literary example of how to use These in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.
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Meanings of these are یہ - yeh and ان - in
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Synonym of word these are itas, ita, hoc, she, it, this, that, them, dis
What are the idioms with the word these?
- He is praised by these he is blamed by those
- If doctors fail you let these three be your doctors a cheerful mind rest and moderate diet
- If doctors fail you let these three be your doctors; a cheerful mind rest and moderate diet
- In love are these evils affrontsuspicions enmities truces war and then again peace
- One of these days is better than none of these days
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- To resist the frigidity of old age, one must combine the body, the mind, and the heart. And to keep these in parallel vigor one must exercise, study, and love. — Alan Bleasdale
- As the age of television progresses the Reagans will be the rule, not the exception. To be perfect for television is all a President has to be these days. — Gore Vidal
- The class distinctions proper to a democratic society are not those of rank or money, still less, as is apt to happen when these are abandoned, of race, but of age. — W.H.Auden
- The funniest racism is the racism between minorities. It's something you don't see dramatized, but almost every minority I know who's my age, they have these funny stories about their parents stereotyping other minorities. — Mindy Kaling
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English to Urdu Meaning of these - یہ
Where do you suppose THESE come from?
Once he liberates THESE lands from the Boltons,
These men are just children.
These fuckers have poked and prodded me ad infinitum.
Had to buy THESE pants in the men's section.
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People with 'poor speech etiquette' always use these 7 'rude' phrases, says public speaking expert
We all have to communicate with people on a daily basis, so it's inevitable that we'll occasionally be put off, if not downright offended, by the things we hear. But consider the possibility that sometimes you may be guilty of rubbing people the wrong way.
As a public speaking trainer , I always urge people to think carefully about their listeners before speaking. It's impossible to evaluate every word ahead of time, but it's helpful to be aware of phrases or attitudes that keep us from communicating effectively.
Here are seven rude phrases that people with poor speech etiquette always use — and what to say instead:
1. "Do you want to ...?"
This phrase is great when you're offering someone a choice ("Do you want to go to lunch with me?"). But as a way of delivering orders ("Do you want to take out the trash?"), its indirect fake-politeness comes across as belittling.
What to say instead: State your request directly. It's courteous to broach a request by asking, "Will you do me a favor?" After all, people generally like to pitch in. But they don't like to feel manipulated.
2. "Here's the thing ..."
This phrase insists that whatever follows will be the final, authoritative take on the subject at hand. Even when used inadvertently, it can sound a bit self-important. Truly authoritative people don't tend to waste time on throat-clearing statements.
What to say instead: If you're offering an opinion, consider prefacing your remarks with "I think ..." These two words remove any suggestion that you're pompously issuing a declaration.
In recent years, it's become normalized for this pushy rhetorical nudge to follow questions, especially in interviews with athletes and politicians. ("This is the most important stretch of the season, right?" or "We've never seen a circumstance like this, right?")
At best, it's a useless bit of filler. But it can also feel like a manipulative insistence upon agreement.
What to say instead: If you want someone's opinion, ask for it in a neutral way, rather than demanding confirmation: "I can't think of a more critical moment for the team. Can you?"
4. "Well, figure out a way."
This phrase is a conversation ender. It's mean! While it's important to delegate, leadership demands that if an employee needs help or tries to communicate about a roadblock, your job is to help them work through it — not to insult them.
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What to say instead: Warmer language and an open approach will always encourage better exploration of solutions. A simple shift might be to say: "Well, let's talk about it and figure out a way."
5. "It is what it is."
In my experience, this phrase is usually used as shorthand for "stop complaining." If someone is asking for sympathy or assistance, you may or may not wish (or have time) to help them, but at least be kind about ending the conversation.
What to say instead: Try offering a bit of curiosity and empathy. You don't need to be phony or overly demonstrative. But saying something as simple as, "That's tough. I'm sorry you're going through that," can make a difference by allowing the other person to feel heard.
6. "Obviously ..."
This word subtly or not-so-subtly conveys that anyone disagreeing with the speaker is wrong. Even if you don't realize it, using it can make you seem arrogant.
What to say instead: Skip it altogether and remember that silence can be a beautiful thing. The most effective speakers know that proving your superiority or correctness is a waste of time and wins you no friends.
7. "If you want my honest opinion ..." (or, "I was just joking.")
First of all, did anyone ask for your opinion? If so, they probably don't expect or need a rude response masquerading as honesty.
What to say instead: People want help, support and solutions. Saying "maybe" instead of offering your "honest opinion" is a perfectly fine preface. Saying "sorry" if a rude comment falls flat is far more productive than a faux-diplomatic justification for spite.
John Bowe is a speech trainer, award-winning journalist, and author of "I Have Something to Say: Mastering the Art of Public Speaking in an Age of Disconnection." He has contributed to The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, GQ, McSweeney's, This American Life, and many others. Visit his website here and follow him on LinkedIn .
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Pope Francis endorses two-state solution
From CNN’s Barbie Lanza Nadeau in Rome and Amy Cassidy in London
Pope Francis spoke about the conflict between Israel and Hamas and reiterated his support for a two-state solution, while confirming he would attend a key UN climate summit this year.
Speaking on Italy’s state-run TV channel RAI, the pope also addressed the issue of antisemitism, saying it "remains hidden" and "unfortunately, it hasn't passed."
"Two peoples who must live together. With that a wise solution exists: two peoples, two states, follow the Oslo Agreement: two very limited states and Jerusalem with a special status," Pope Francis said.
Some context: The two-state solution has been the goal of the international community for decades, dating back to the 1947 UN Partition Plan, and many nations say that it is the only way out of the conflict.
Indonesian Hospital's main generator in northern Gaza is out of service, director says
From CNN's Mohammed Tawfeeq
The main generator for the Indonesian Hospital in northern Gaza went out of service Wednesday night, Dr. Atef Al Kahlout, the head of the hospital, told CNN Thursday.
Al Kahlout said a secondary generator was running in some sections of the hospital. However, the electromechanical systems throughout the entire hospital had stopped working, he said, including the ventilation systems in the operating rooms, the hospital’s only oxygen station, and the hospital morgue refrigerators.
Gaza's Indonesian Hospital is considered a backbone in providing health services in the northern part of the coastal enclave as the nearest medical facility receiving scores of people injured from two days of Israeli airstrikes on the Jabalya refugee camp .
The Israeli military conducted airstrikes on the densely populated refugee camp on Tuesday and again on Wednesday.
Medics said there were "hundreds" of dead and wounded. Videos seen by CNN on Tuesday showed long lines of bodies outside the hospital.
Barrage of explosions seen in Gaza City early Thursday morning, live camera feed shows
From CNN's Mitchell McCluskey
A barrage of new explosions was seen over Gaza City in the early hours of Thursday, a live camera feed from AFP showed.
The explosions were seen at around 3:08am Israel time (9:08pET), with sustained booms and bright flames captured on the footage. However, it was too dark to determine whether there were any projectiles.
The Israel Defense Forces have not yet commented on the blast.
American doctor evacuated from Gaza after 26 days, husband says
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An American pediatrician, who became stranded in Gaza at the beginning of the war while on a relief mission to treat children, was finally able to leave the territory Wednesday, her husband told CNN.
Dr. Barbara Zind passed through the Rafah crossing into Egypt, Paul Preston said.
“She was there for four or five hours in passport control, and that's when I was starting to get discouraged,” Preston told CNN’s Erin Burnett from his home in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Zind had attempted to cross the border once before but had to give up after fighting among people desperate to leave made it impossible for her to pass through.
Preston said he believes Zind is okay, but communication difficulties have made it impossible for him to speak to his wife directly as of Wednesday evening.
“I've just been hearing secondhand about her,” he said.
After leaving Gaza City and moving south, Preston said his wife had to live in an outdoor camp for several days and had only recently been able to sleep indoors again with access to hot food.
“It was so bad, she kind of got used to it,” Preston said. “It was bad, like, all the time.”
American who left Gaza is now resting at a hotel in Egypt, niece says
From CNN's Taylor Romine
Ramona Okumura, a stranded American volunteer in Gaza who crossed into Egypt Wednesday, is now resting at a hotel, her niece Leah Okumura told CNN.
Ramona Okumura is “completely exhausted” after the experience and told her family several hours ago in a group chat that she was going to sleep, Leah told CNN’s Anderson Cooper.
“I hope she is enjoying a very restful sleep in a comfortable bed after a delicious meal and a hot shower, which she absolutely deserves,” she said.
The elder Okumura is an expert in pediatric prosthetics who has been working with the Palestine Children’ Relief Fund since she retired from her job at the University of Washington, Leah said, adding the trip was one of several routine visits.
UW Medicine confirmed Okumura was a former employee, and said in a statement to CNN, "we are so glad to hear she is safe."
“She is able to build and fit prosthetics from the very limited material people in Gaza are able to get in through the blockade,” Leah said, as well as teaching medical providers how to do it.
“We are just so proud of her and what she’s able to do, and not just her skills and dedication to it, but her bravery really, and how passionate she is about this cause,” she added.
Argentina condemns Israeli airstrike that hit refugee camp in Gaza
From CNN's Abel Alvarado
Argentina's foreign ministry condemned Israel's airstrike on Jabalya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, saying it is “essential to immediately stop attacks targeting civilian infrastructure.”
“Especially those aimed at ensuring the provision of essential services in the Gaza Strip, including hospitals, water desalination plants, and centers that shelter refugees,” the foreign ministry said in a statement published Wednesday.
The statement says Argentina has condemned in “unequivocal terms the terrorist attacks perpetrated by Hamas on October 7 and recognizes Israel's right to self-defense,” but “nothing justifies the violation of international humanitarian law, and the obligation to protect the civilian population in armed conflicts, without making any distinction.”
Israeli struck the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza on Tuesday and a gain on Wednesday , killing many civilians including scores of children. The Israel Defense Force defended the strikes, saying it killed a Hamas commander and hit a command complex of the militant group.
Hamas denied the presence of one of its leaders in the camp.
Diplomatic response: Argentina's statement comes after other Latin American countries took diplomatic measures against Israel.
On Tuesday, Bolivia announced it is cutting diplomatic relations with Israel, citing "crimes against humanity committed against the Palestinian people" in the wake of Israel's war with Hamas . Also, Colombia and Chile recalled their ambassadors to Israel for consultation due to the strikes on Gaza.
Israeli president says Hamas wants to "incite hatred"
From Tamar Michaelis and Mitchell McCluskey
Israel’s President Isaac Herzog urged Israelis to remain united as Hamas intends to “incite hatred."
“The enemy seeks to incite hatred within us – between Jewish citizens and Arab citizens. Such attempts must be fought uncompromisingly and unequivocally. We must eradicate any incarnation of enmity, racism and violence towards different groups within us,” Herzog said during an address Wednesday night.
Herzog underscored the important role played by Arab citizens in Israel.
“Remember that there are dozens of Arab citizens here who paid with their lives in the terrible massacre, and as part of the security forces and the IDF. Remember the mutual responsibility as displayed by the overwhelming majority of the Arab society in Israel,” Herzog said.
Herzog also cautioned against what he called a “psychological campaign” being conducting against Israel.
“They want to scare us with videos, rumors, and lies. They try to undermine us psychologically, to hurt our personal and national spirit. We will not let them succeed,” Herzog said.
The president added that the return of the hostages remains “an integral part of the success of this campaign – of course – alongside victory in this decisive war against the enemy and restoring security to all Israeli citizens.”
Second Israeli airstrike on Jabalya kills dozens, hospital director says
From CNN's Abeer Salman
The Israeli airstrike that rocked the Gaza refugee camp of Jabalya on Wednesday killed at least 80 people, according to a local hospital official.
Dr. Atef Al Kahlout, the director of Gaza's Indonesian hospital, told CNN Wednesday that at least 80 bodies have arrived at the hospital following the strike and that more were being dug out of the rubble.
He said the majority of the casualties were women and children and that hundreds more people were injured.
The Israel Defense Forces confirmed earlier Wednesday that the blast in the Falluja neighborhood of the Jabalya refugee camp was due to an airstrike. It said "Hamas terrorists were eliminated in the strike"
Video from the blast site showed catastrophic damage surrounding a deep crater in the neighborhood. People are seen digging through the rubble searching for bodies.
The Israeli military also conducted airstrikes in Jabalya on Tuesday in an area near Falluja. Medics said there were hundreds of casualties.
Can Trump Be on the Ballot in 2024? It Can Hinge on the Meaning of 'Insurrection'
A series of lawsuits challenging former President Donald Trump's ability to run for his old job raise the question of what, exactly, is an insurrection
Can Trump Be on the Ballot in 2024? It Can Hinge on the Meaning of 'Insurrection'
FILE - Violent rioters loyal to President Donald Trump storm the Capitol in Washington on Jan. 6, 2021. Lawsuits playing out in two states this week seeking to keep former President Donald Trump off the ballot rely on a constitutional clause barring those from office who “have engaged in insurrection.” One challenge has become clear during the hearings in Colorado and Minnesota: No one can agree on how to define an insurrection. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File) John Minchillo
DENVER (AP) — Can former President Donald Trump run for his old job again after his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol? The answer may depend on the definition of insurrection.
Liberal groups have filed lawsuits in Colorado , Minnesota and other states to bar Trump from the ballot , citing a rarely used constitutional prohibition against holding office for those who swore an oath to uphold the Constitution but then “engaged in insurrection” against it. The two-sentence clause in the 14th Amendment has been used only a handful of times since the years after the Civil War.
Because of that, there's almost no case law defining its terms, including what would constitute an “insurrection.” While people have argued about whether to call Jan. 6 an insurrection ever since the days following the attack, the debate in court this week has been different — whether those who ratified the amendment in 1868 would call it one.
“There's this very public fight, in all these colloquial terms, about whether it's an insurrection, but it really comes down to brass tacks defining what this constitutional term means,” said Derek Muller, a Notre Dame law professor who's followed the litigation closely.
There are a myriad of other legal reasons why the long-shot legal bids to bar the former president and current Republican primary frontrunner from the ballot could fail, from limits on the role of state courts to whether Section Three applies to the president. But perhaps none resonate like the debate over whether the Jan. 6 attack should be considered an insurrection in the first place.
In a hearing Thursday before the Minnesota Supreme Court, the question was part of the reason the justices seemed skeptical that states have the authority to throw Trump off the ballot.
“What does it mean in your estimation to have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution?” Justice Gordon Moore asked the lawyers for each side.
Nicholas Nelson, representing Trump, defined an insurrection as “some sort of organized form of warfare or violence ... that is oriented toward breaking away from or overthrowing the United States government.” He added that nothing in the past 50 years met that criteria.
Ronald Fein, an attorney for the group Free Speech For People, which is representing the petitioners, said an insurrection against the Constitution is “a concerted, forcible effort to prevent or obstruct execution of a central Constitutional function,” which he said closely describes Trump’s actions surrounding the January 2021 assault on the Capitol, an attack that was intended to halt certification of Democrat Joe Biden's election win .
“Insurrection might be in the eye of the beholder,” Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Natalie Hudson concluded after statements from both sides.
A day earlier , an Indiana University law professor, Gerard Magliocca, sat in a Denver courtroom and described his research into Section Three, a subject few had delved into before he started looking into it in late 2020.
Magliocca dug into dictionary definitions of insurrection from 150 years ago — one was “the rising of people in arms against their government, or against a portion of it, or against a portion or one of its laws.”
He found an opinion from the U.S. attorney general in 1867 that former confederates should be barred from certain offices even if they simply bought bonds in the rebel government. He also found instances where Congress refused to seat elected representatives whose only violation was writing a letter to the editor backing the confederate cause or paying a son $100 to help cover his costs to join the confederate army.
Congress also passed a law in 1862 making insurrection a crime that used different language. Some critics of the Section Three lawsuits have noted that out of the thousands of charges filed by the federal government related to Jan. 6, no one has been charged with the crime of insurrection — though several far-right extremists have been convicted of seditious conspiracy .
Magliocca noted that constitutional language is different than far more technical and detailed criminal statutes, and Section Three says nothing about the person barred from office having to be first convicted of a crime. Indeed, Magliocca testified it was understood the goal of the provision was to keep a wide range of former confederates out of public office in the years after the war.
In 1872, Congress lifted the ban for most former confederates, something it's explicitly able to do under the terms of Section Three.
On Friday in the Colorado hearing, Trump’s lawyers put on their own constitutional expert, Robert Delahunty, to note that some of Magliocca’s definitions were contradictory. Some required the use of “arms” in insurrection while others did not.
Delahunty, a retired law professor who is a fellow at the conservative Claremont Institute, said the more important question is the unique requirement in Section Three that it be an insurrection against the Constitution.
“What really needs to be explicated is not the plain vanilla meaning of insurrection but the whole phrase — insurrection against the United States Constitution,” Delahunty testified on Friday.
The lawyers seeking to disqualify Trump in Colorado noted that even the former president’s own attorney in his impeachment trial for the Jan. 6 attack described it as an insurrection.
“The question before us is not whether there was a violent insurrection of the Capitol — on that point everyone agrees," Trump attorney Michael van der Veen said during the impeachment proceedings in the Senate.
Legal scholars were able to find just one example of the amendment being used in the last century, when it was cited to deny a seat in the House of Representatives to an anti-war socialist elected after World War I.
Following the Jan. 6 attack, however, it's become more common. Free Speech For People unsuccessfully tried to use it to block Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Green from the ballot last year and also targeted former Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn, though the issue became moot when he lost his GOP primary.
Another liberal group, Citizens for Reforming Ethics in Washington, successfully used Section Three to block from office a rural New Mexico county commissioner after he was convicted in federal court of a misdemeanor for entering the Capitol grounds during the attack. CREW is the group that organized the Colorado case, where testimony is scheduled to wrap up Friday.
During a hearing in that case Thursday, Trump's lawyers tried to show that many who attended the Jan. 6 protests were law-abiding, peaceful people. Tom Bjorklund, treasurer of the Colorado Republican Party, wandered the National Mall that day and approached the Capitol, but said he turned back after seeing tear gas and vandalism.
Bjorklund contended that “antifa” was likely to blame for the violence — a false narrative that has been debunked by research showing the crowd was comprised overwhelmingly of Trump supporters. He said he spotted people who seemed like agent provocateurs in the crowd and said he wanted to testify to make a statement.
“I don’t think there was any kind of insurrection — I think it’s a ridiculous narrative,” Bjorklund said. “I just felt like it’s kind of an insult to insurrectionists around the world. Republicans just mad about an election hardly rises to the level of an insurrection.”
Fernando reported from St. Paul, Minnesota.
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