The United States Code ("Code") contains the general and permanent laws of the United States, arranged into 54 broad titles according to subject matter.
The organization of the Code was originally established by Congress in 1926 with the enactment of the act of June 30, 1926, chapter 712.
The stored stellar energy then expanded, causing the planet to turn into a star.
"This fierce machine which you have built, upon which we stand, will bring an end to the Senate! The planet was ultimately destroyed by a Resistance attack due to a weak point exploited by pilot Poe Dameron, causing the implosion of the entire planet as the superweapon was firing upon the Resistance base on D'Qar.
The First Order viewed this ability as an evolution of the planet-destroying capabilities of the Galactic Empire's Death Star designs, with the weapon serving as the ultimate culmination of Old Empire research into dark energy translations and hyperspace tunneling.
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Positive law titles are identified by an asterisk on the Search & Browse page.
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Since then, 27 of the titles, referred to as positive law titles, have been restated and enacted into law by Congress as titles of the Code.
The remaining titles, referred to as non-positive law titles, are made up of sections from many acts of Congress that were either included in the original Code or subsequently added by the editors of the Code, i.e., the Office of the Law Revision Counsel, and its predecessors in the House of Representatives.
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Using a star as a power source, an array of collectors on one side of the planet would gather dark energy in stages, redirecting it to the planetary core, where it was held in place by the natural magnetic field of the planet, as well as an artificial containment field maintained by the machinery the First Order had installed within the crust.