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having verifiable existence

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any word or group of words functioning as a noun

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having a firm basis in reality and being therefore important, meaningful, or considerable

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defining rights and duties as opposed to giving the rules by which rights and duties are established

being on topic and prompting thought

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With substantive negotiations now at the centre of their work, Mr Akyncy and Mr Anastasiades reiterated their resolve to reach a comprehensive settlement as soon as possible," Eide said.
The bank's new board however, appointed a substantive MD a few hours later.
In Brussels, a spokeswoman for European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said: "I can confirm that the technical talks are over, they were substantive and useful.
Total remission to male prisoners who are 65 years of age or above and female prisoners who are 60 years of age or above and who have undergone at least 1/3rd of their substantive sentence of imprisonment, except those involved in culpable homicide and those involved in terrorist acts, as defined in the anti-terrorism (Second amendment) Ordinance 1999, (No.
The Krakul Board of Namibia consists of four substantive members representing the producers of pelts and wool and one substantive member each for the Swakara Breeders Society and the Marketing organisation respectively.
If a single party (including related parties) holds substantive rights to remove a decision-maker without cause, the decision-maker would be considered an agent and no other factors need be considered.
This Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) addresses the auditor's use of analytical procedures as substantive procedures (substantive analytical procedures).
to change the substantive contours of employment discrimination law when
The court said the basic "template" used in the reorganization of the substantive law instructions includes an introduction instruction, an instruction with a simple summary of the case, instructions with the rules, and instructions on the issues with the applicable burden of proof.
But, he proposed, substantive conversation seemed to hold the key to happiness for two main reasons: both because human beings are driven to find and create meaning in their lives, and because we are social animals who want and need to connect with other people.
I agree that for him it must have been confusing because he said the Labour Group voted against their own substantive motion.
Latitude South NZ Ltd today launched its new legal outsourcing offering, designed for UK in-house legal teams and law firms to reduce the costs of substantive legal work by utilizing a team of New Zealand-based former lawyers with UK and international experience.
Content includes discussion of both substantive and procedural criminal law, analysis of criminal case and substantive law, and references "American Jurisprudence Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated," ALR annotations, "American Jurisprudence Trials" articles and related publications.
When I was Chief Technical Officer of Grant Thornton, we adopted an audit approach that emphasized substantive testing for two reasons: (1) We were convinced that even good internal controls would not prevent management fraud, and (2) for much of the firm's client base it was simply more efficient to take a substantive approach.
The proposed regulations do not provide any substantive guidance on deferred compensation arrangements providing either for distributions on the service recipient's poor financial condition or for accumulating cash in a trust managed by an offshore bank.