Q: What does it mean to have just and equal laws?

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This just means that opposite sides in a shape (sides that 'look' at each other) are of equal lengths.

i am very sorry but i am not sure what you mean i just thing a pyramid has equal sides

1 liter equals my butt wait im just kidding i mean mj

To take the mean of a set of numbers is just to take the average of the set of numbers. Add all the numbers together and divide this total by the amount of numbers you had. This is the mean.

I presume the meaning of virtue is known to everybody. What might cause hardship is the word "hereof". Any dictionary will provide the origin and composition of hereof and thereto, which are both important words in law, and may be to some extent "legalese".

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The just and equal laws for Plymouth was called for by The Mayflower Compact. It was written and signed in 1820.

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puritan

yes

no they are not equal laws

Just Government is a government that gives everybody equal rights or all are treated equal

The puritans, so burn get it right the first time people.

that the government would make "just and equal laws" for the good of the community

The government have to make laws that are equal.

segregation laws or 'separate but equal' laws.

They promise to obey the laws they had made.

tax laws should be capable of convenient, just and effective administration.