The United States definition

The United States means the United States of America.
The United States means all of the States and the District of Columbia.

Examples of The United States in a sentence

This amendment to the Constitution of Michigan of 1963 became effective December 22, 2018.Constitutionality: The United States Supreme Court held in Reynolds v Sims, 377 US 533; 84 S Ct 1362; 12 L Ed 2d 506 (1964) that provisions establishing weighted land area-population formulae violate the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution.

The United States shall apply a rate of customs duty no higher than the rate applicable under the staging category set out for an item in its Schedule to this Annex to an originating good when the good qualifies to be marked as a good of Mexico pursuant to Annex 311, whether or not the good is marked.

The United States shall ensure that any measure it adopts pertaining to the definition of domestic production in the CAFE Act or its implementing regulations shall apply equally to value added in Canada or Mexico.

The United States shall not increase its merchandise processing fee and shall eliminate such fee according to the schedule set out in Article 403 of the Canada - United States Free Trade Agreement on originating goods where those goods qualify to be marked as goods of Canada pursuant to Annex 311, without regard to whether the goods are marked.

The United States may impose customs duties on goods set out in Section D, regardless of their origin, that reenter its territory after such goods have been exported from its territory to the territory of Mexico for repair or alteration, by applying to the value of therepair or alteration of such goods a rate of customs duty of 50 percent reduced in five equal annual stages beginning on January 1, 1994, and the value of such repair or alteration shall be duty-free on January 1, 1998.

More Definitions of The United States

The United States means the United States as well as its territories and possessions;