- 1A person who shapes or creates a concept, plan, or system: objections will be made if the framer of the law can be absolutely proved to have meant one thingMore example sentences
- Owen was an influential diplomat who helped institutionalize global economic summitry in the 1970s and was considered an intellectual framer of the Trilateral Commission.
- It is a general principle of English law that the intention which the framer of the document has in mind when he brings it into existence is not material.
- The framers of the federal legislation have positioned themselves as having the same objective as those sympathetic to the union movement: protecting the interests of the fighter.
- 1.1 (often Framer) One of the drafters of the US Constitution: the Framers would have a hard time recognizing the modern presidencyMore example sentences
- The framers of the American Constitution believed that under a system of direct election the president would become slavishly responsive to popular passions.
- Half a century after the framers of our constitution had pledged to form a more perfect union, Alexis de Tocqueville thought he had stumbled on to the unifying element, civic participation.
- Why spend all of that precious time debating the meaning of the words to be used in the Constitution if the framers' understanding of those words made no real difference?
- 2A person who makes frames for paintings or photographs: in a frame shop or gallery framers work normal shop hoursMore example sentences
- Houssian often visits custom framers, galleries, furniture and interior design centers in New York for design ideas.
- I became a picture framer in the late 1970s when limited-edition prints were just becoming a more important part of the industry.
- This coating allows a framer to place the image any distance from the glass without distortion, according to Carelli.
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