commutation


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Synonyms for commutation

Synonyms for commutation

the travel of a commuter

a warrant substituting a lesser punishment for a greater one

(law) the reduction in severity of a punishment imposed by law

the act of putting one thing or person in the place of another: "he sent Smith in for Jones but the substitution came too late to help"

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One logic-level input is provided for each of the six power MOSFETs in the 3-phase bridge, allowing motors to be driven with any commutation scheme defined by an external controller.
This alliance with cab aggregators like Ola and Uber would facilitate the air passengers in having a hassle free, reliable and affordable commutation.
Executive clemency is a power of the President to pardon any prisoner, provided for under Article VII, Section 19 of the Constitution and pertains to reprieve, absolute or conditional pardon with or without parole conditions and commutation of sentence.
Many of the beneficiaries of these latest commutations will be released in December.
A FlexCount interpolator delivering incremental (ABZ) and latency-free commutation (UVW) signals.
So far, Obama has compiled a meager overall approval percentage of less than 1% by issuing just 64 pardons and 89 commutations from nearly 20,000 petitioners (using application numbers updated through the first nine months of fiscal year 2015, he has received 17,156 petitions for commutation and 1,968 requests for pardon, for a total of 19,124 applications--and counting) (Commutations by Obama; Pardons by Obama).
Combined with a diametrically magnetized permanent magnet, in a QFN28 5 x 5mm package it can be used to create a robust, universal encoder for motor commutation and positioning.
The moratorium means that those 36 inmates won't be put to death as long as Kitzhaber is governor, while commutation would mean they would not ever face execution.
A commutation is an early termination of a reinsurance contract in return for a mutually agreed upon consideration.
Deval Patrick made his first pardons on Monday as he prepares to leave office in January, and he commuted a prison sentence for a nonviolent drug offender -- the first commutation by a governor in 17 years.
It demonstrates that in the majority of cases, the reason for commutation was known at the conclusion of direct appeals--years or even decades before the habeas process ended.
Islamabad -- Radio Pakistan has taken off towards financial stability and has set the history of clearing all pending dues of its retired employees in terms of pension, commutation and general provident fund.
It is submitted that in the present case, the issue raised was that of the commutation of death sentence to life imprisonment on the ground of delay, which allegedly attracted Article 21 ( Right to Life) in favour of the convicts.
LLC introduced a new product evaluation kit for its A4915 three-phase MOSFET controller IC featuring an on-chip hall commutation and a unique speed control input.
On the order of the Ombudsman processed the matter and a notice was issued to the concerned Department and in response District Accounts Officer Sindh, Khairpur reported that the original file of the complainant was lying in the office of AG Sindh Karachi as and when the same was received, the commutation restoration case would be finalised.