The Supreme Court has the right to declare laws and actions of the federal, state, and local governments unconstitutional.
A morpheme, like a phoneme, is a linguistic abstraction, which must be realized as certain phonetic forms or variants in different phonetic environments. Each of the phonetic forms or variants is a morph. A single morpheme may be phonetically realized as two or more morphs. The different morphs that represent or which are derived from one morpheme are called the of that morpheme.