discretionary

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based on individual judgment or discretion

not compulsory or automatic

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

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(especially of funds) not earmarked

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30, 2010) (applying the direct-collateral distinction to a due process claim and finding that failure to advise of civil commitment consequence of plea is not violation of due process because federal civil commitment statute provides discretionarily initiated separate proceeding rather than automatic consequence); State v.
That factory kept cheating us, as the supervisor discretionarily reduced our salary.
The United States Supreme Court discretionarily selects its caseload, (34) and its decisions are unreviewable, (35) including its decisions about whether or not to adhere to precedent.
The APAI Parole Board Survey 2005 found 12 states that discretionarily paroled more than 50 percent and three states that paroled less than 12 percent of those released during 2005.
AUM is the market value of assets that are beneficially owned by clients and are discretionarily managed by Canaccord as part of our Independence Accounts program.
Probably the biggest and most difficult external adjustment to the Big Deal model was the advent of flip pricing, namely, shifting the ongoing group base cost from the collective print spend with an electronic add-on to an agreed significant group cost for licensing of the electronic titles with print copies both priced marginally and maintained discretionarily.
Moreover, the ability to allocate seigniorage revenues discretionarily, that is, outside the constitutionally mandated budget process, lessens accountability.
In addition, facility damage was generally in more discretionarily used areas (such as gyms), so basic school operations were able to be maintained.
Bilateral ODA--given directly and discretionarily to recipient countries--is more vulnerable to donor interests than multilateral ODA--which is indirectly distributed to recipient countries through international organizations (Easterly 2006, 49).
Furthermore, the Company's ability to discretionarily price roughly 80% of current portfolio and pipeline products lessens the Company's exposure to potential future price cuts by the NDRC.
77) The combined effect of the courts' interpretation of the FOIA, Trade Secrets Act, and APA is that that agencies can no longer discretionarily disclose information if it falls under Exemption 4.
to regulate their carbon emissions by 2018 or face possible trade sanctions discretionarily imposed by the President (229)
4% of persons discretionarily sentenced under the law were black.