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having or using the ability to act or decide according to your own discretion or judgment

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Table 2: Discretional statistics of research variables discretional potassium isotope statistics Number 7 Mean 794/57 Min 812 Mod 634 a 128.
Professionals therefore had to be chosen who could guarantee discretional use of the information they were going to handle, and they signed a confidentiality agreement with the Program wherein they agreed not to disclose said information.
However, we acknowledge that the effective minimum wage rule of SR 3,000 a month for Saudis working in the private sector and increased hiring of Saudis will support retail spending, particularly in the discretional sector," said Farouk Miah, head of equity research at NCB Capital.
However, we acknowledge that the effective minimum wage rule of SR3,000 a month for Saudis working in the private sector and increased hiring of Saudis will support retail spending, particularly in the discretional sector.
And if their inconsistent treatment of their first-team and youth players says anything, it's that they can be discretional when it suits them.
forthcoming 2012) (discussing how the ABA Standards for Criminal Justice: Collateral Sanctions and Discretional.
We need to have a thorough review to look at discretional selection policies and how we can improve that so there is more transparency for athletes," added Hunt.
This was revealed by the latest arrest made in Tripoli, which highlights the extent to which the security apparatuses are monopolizing the decision making process and how discretional they are in implementing their decisions without informing the political authority that is responsible for the performance of these security apparatuses.
For inputs of discretional character, we used SPORTSPC, which is the per capita cost according to cost subfunction 452, including physical education, sports, and recreation.
170) Economic factors force law enforcement to make discretional decisions about whom to place under surveillance based on cost and expected return; they focus their limited resources on those most likely to be engaged in illegal activity because it is most likely to lead to arrest.
Focus is also being made on a child's needs and rights in an attempt to see the world through a child's viewpoint and work with the child and encourage him/her for participation and use the points of strength and empower the child to make his/her own discretional individualistic decisions.
And while one might say the introduction of a discretional element translates to the creation of a dreaded grey area, there is a lot of sense in allowing stewards to decide whether a particular type of strike was designed to turn a shorthead defeat into an illegal victory or to prevent a horse veering dangerously off line.
Using figures from the Banco Central de Nicaragua, we can conclude conservatively that over the past three years, the government has had an extra US$1 billion for discretional expenses, outside of the budget," Dr.
It is likely that the chairperson of the party (and the president) may misuse this discretional power of the state organs to protect that belief.
We're absolutely tied to the economy, but when that tide turns, we'll see a huge increase in leisure travel and discretional spending.