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determining or having the power to determine an outcome

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In deciding the membership or residence status of the defendants, the court must determine whether they have been validly expelled from the colony.
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.
Reason-Apply: "Any end E that justifies deciding to A must, supposing that decision is taken, also provide at least as much justification for doing A" (p.
The court relied state law giving the New York State Tax Commission the right to examine any refund claim before deciding whether to allow the claim.
For most entrepreneurs, deciding whether and when to sell their business is one of the toughest calls.
Clearly, the individuals involved in deciding to lie to the press made a choice to present false information because of a belief that the use of deception prevented a greater evil than the lie (i.
According to the BCG model, the two primary considerations when deciding what businesses to be in are relative market share and industry growth rate.
While this is used when the city takes a building, it is not a theory taken by courts when deciding taxing issues, he explained.
Of the grocery shoppers surveyed, 33 percent of men 18-34 said the deli is the most important department to consider when deciding which grocery store they want to shop (See Figure D)
UCLA's admission office was still in the process of deciding whether Nicolas would be admitted into the school when Nicolas signed papers with the Buffaloes Thursday.
McVoy, chief of litigation for the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR), said they are attempting to sort out the decision before deciding to appeal.
Furthermore, the AGM - in view of the liquidation - approved to give the liquidator the task of deciding to immediately distribute to the shareholders of Ainax recorded in the shareholders' ledger as per February 28, 2006, or such later date as may be announced at a later stage, one Series A share in Scania for each share in Ainax.
I spent a year deciding the best avenue to get what she needed.
Across all age groups, voters rated their preference among the three main information sources when deciding on statewide propositions: the voter information pamphlet (38 percent), newspapers (37 percent) and television (36 percent).
When we go out to investigate and decide whether a family needs child protective services, more often than not we are deciding we can serve the family in their home and that has been a dramatic change for the department,'' Sanders said in a recent interview.