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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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Table 5 reports the results of the firm-year-specific rankings of the discretionary accrual models in terms of accuracy.
Many times, he explains, consumer discretionary stocks lead consumer staples during bull markets and underperform during bear markets.
00 for handling each item paid by the discretionary overdraft privilege.
Warren's total minimum school assessment for fiscal 2009, including discretionary funds, was $2.
The court explained that denials of ERISA benefits should "be reviewed under a de novo standard unless the benefit plan gives the administrator or fiduciary discretionary authority to determine eligibility for benefits or to construe the terms of the plan.
Brewin reported that at the end of March the funds it manages on a discretionary basis rose by 19 per cent over the year to pounds 10.
It compares the enacted FY2007 amounts to the request for FY2008, and tracks legislative action and congressional issues related to the FY2008 DHS appropriations bill with particular attention paid to discretionary funding amounts.
commenced its CT High Grade Mezzanine[SM] investment management initiative having entered into a $250 mdhon separate account with institutional investors to invest on a discretionary basis in senior commercial real estate mezzanine loans and B Notes and related instruments.
The IRS recently announced how these taxpayers can request the discretionary two-month additional extension; see www.
New York state insurance regulators have joined their California colleagues in trying to get discretionary clauses out of health and disability insurance policies and subscriber contracts.
For example, Kranacher found $84,000 had been transferred out of the Adult and Continuing Education program and into the discretionary fund.
Here's more bad news: In his first term, Bush actually increased discretionary spending at a faster clip than the notoriously free-spending LBJ.
Deaton said that, as officials review such spending, there will be differing views of what is discretionary.
Bush has overseen an increase in non-defense discretionary spending of a whopping 37 percent.
25, the $250-per-plate dinner is also intended to support the primate's discretionary fund, a cash reserve that the church's national leader can Use as he sees fit.