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having distinct limits

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precisely determined or limited or defined

not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex

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supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement

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The special commission's recommendations resulted in the repeal of Oregon's determinate sentencing regime, except for the most serious crimes, and the reorganization of the parole system in statutes drafted by Morse himself.
Philosophy too often speaks, it seems literally, of a complex realm of first-order and higher-order properties and relations and the relations among those, such as the range of determinates of a determinable.
Certainly when judges and prosecutors decide to move forward with a determinate sentence rather than having them tried as adults, they decided they need a last chance at rehabilitation before moving into the adult system," said Deborah Fowler, deputy director of Texas Appleseed.
In addition, criminals who receive an Extended Determinate Sentence (EDS) - sentences where they receive a custodial sentence plus a further extended period of licence - will no longer be released automatically two-thirds of the way into their custodial sentence.
Note however that Early Girl is a determinate type plant, which means that the plant grows to a limited size and produces one good load of fruit and then is done with fruiting.
Jason Smith, defending, said Judge Trevor-Jones stated he wanted to take the approach that if Hopkins, Third Avenue, Fazakerley, Liverpool, had been sentenced for all three rapes in April 2014, he would have received the equivalent of a 20-year determinate sentence with an earliest release date on licence at the halfway stage of April 2024.
California's parole framework was not an afterthought to the determinate sentencing law, it did not escape legislative debate, and its effect on the size of California's prison population was not accidental.
But he added: "We intend to replace the widely criticised IPP system, which the public doesn't have confidence in, with a new regime of tough, determinate sentences.
Judge Parry decided a determinate sentence would protect the public.
The IPP sentence is being replaced by a new extended determinate sentence.
First, we compared differences regarding age at first adjudication, age at first determinate commitment, and age at first probation.
The project consultants will combine this with data acquired from the other agencies in Europe to determinate how much it costs an agency to issue an average air ticket.
The third tenet of the TRA, Behavioral intention, holds that the most immediate determinate of a persons behavior is that persons intention to perform or not perform that specific behavior.
While Newtonian physics describes determinate relations of transition from one state to another, quantum theory involves statistic relations.
This Part also presents evidence from the social sciences indicating that there is a disjuncture between, on the one hand, the public's call for harsher penalties to which politicians respond with increasingly severe determinate sentencing provisions and, on the other, the public's more lenient response when confronted with detailed descriptions of specific cases.