"Where the words of a constitution are unambiguous and in their commonly received sense lead to a reasonable conclusion, it should be read according to the natural and most obvious import of the framers, without resorting to subtle and forced construction for the purpose of limiting or extending its operation."
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A State Ex Rel. Torryson v. Grey, 21 Nev. 378, 32 P. 190.
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