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determining or having the power to determine an outcome

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It is common for nurses who hear about others being disciplined to say, "I would never do that!" What they don't realize is that upon hearing the story, they are NOW deciding what they would or would not do.
But in deciding such a question, even if the judge is to look at the issues in a "preliminary way" only, in my opinion, he is still duty-bound to review the legal principles likely to be applicable at trial in some reasonable depth.
When you do have latitude on deciding what to show in a visual, present information that may be more difficult for a novice to generate in her "mind's eye." Some classroom activities can be imagined after a thorough verbal description is presented, such as a student completing a worksheet at his desk.
That the cases are from other states is not particularly a hindrance; when deciding an issue for the first time, courts often look to cases from other states for guidance.
In deciding for Boo.com, Bohanon cited section 365f of the bankruptcy laws, which says a landlord cannot "restrict, condition or prohibit a debtor's right to assign an executory contract or unexpired lease." He cited several cases in which the judge had ruled in favor of a tenant due to section 36Sf.
In dispensing with the Florida high court's efforts to resolve a confusing election-code tangle, derailing the election-contest process in Florida, and sidestepping the constitutionally established mechanisms for deciding disputed elections, the U.S.
The strong economy was an important factor in deciding what to do with Robinson's retirement funds.
Sections of the leaflet discuss the impact of the booster program, deciding which pupils to target, deciding what to teach, deciding who should support pupils, deciding when to hold booster classes, deciding the frequency and duration of lessons, involving parents, and conclusion.
It is roughly the equivalent of deciding to answer a simple net present value question by deciding first to build a spreadsheet program.
However, SPL bosses will meet next week to decide the criteria for deciding what will happen if the three matches all result in draws.
In addition, the researcher will discuss with you any results that relate to your diagnosis or that may be useful in deciding on the best treatment for your disorder.
The second reason is the ability that the LRA data gave the tax manager and outside counsel to make meaningful comparisons in deciding which to pursue and which ones to defer.
By deciding your parenting style, building relationships with campers, and learning to be a fair disciplinarian, counselors can work effectively with campers.
Deciding to A "must be motivated by" a desire to A (p.
Deciding whether to perform such a tricky operation is difficult for parents and doctors.