Actually, there's rather a lot of funny stuff happening in Worcester this Saturday, with comedy shows at both The Crowne Plaza Hotel and at The Fifth Amendment.
What does 5A stand for?
5A stands for Fifth Amendment
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of 5A
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- Dangerous Animal (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
- Injured Animal (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
- Gambling Act Offences (police radio code; New Zealand)
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- Early Designation for the Intel Pentium Microprocessor
- Pollution Complaint (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
- Procure or Possess New Drugs (police radio code; New Zealand)
- Amherst Area Amateur Astronomers Association
- 5th Air Defense Artillery
- 5-Alpha-Reductase Deficiency
- 5 Data Bits, 6 Transmission Bits
- Five Basic Exercises
- Fifth Combat Communications Group
- Cash, Car, Condominium, Credit Card & Country Club Membership
- Demand Driven Direct Digital Download
- Demand-Driven Direct Digital Dissemination
- Fifth Dimension
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Fifth Amendment prohibits double jeopardy (being tried twice for the same crime), the taking of private property for public use without compensation, and forced self-incrimination in criminal cases.
If the committee is unwilling to give me this assurance, I will be forced to plead the privilege of the Fifth Amendment at the hearing.
The public use requirement springs from the Fifth Amendment to the U.
The September/October 2005 issue appears to have two errors in Karen Gajewski's Worth Noting column: 1) Gajewski states, concerning the recent Supreme Court ruling on federal seizure of private property, that "Previously, eminent domain could only be used for public projects like building roads" and 2) "shifting of land from one private owner to another violates the Fifth Amendment which prohibits the taking of property by government except for public use.