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a method used in dealing with something

an action calculated to achieve an end

an official or prescribed plan or course of action

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A 2013 study by the Ethics Resource Center showed that employees who believe a procedurally just process was used to handle their ethics concern will be significantly more likely to accept the outcome, even if they did not receive their desired outcome.
It will be extremely difficult for firms to provide a procedurally prudent process to retirement savers with account balances of less than $250,000.
Keating, ruled that Section 2 of the FAA applied substantively in both federal and state courts and Sections 3 and 4 did not apply procedurally in state court.
should be on ensuring the consent decree is procedurally proper .
Further, he is not the leader of some of those groups he has appointed to his committee, and therefore the formation of such a joint committee is unnecessary and procedurally illegal," said Machar's spokesperson, James Gatdet Dak in statements to Sudan Tribune on Thursday.
Minecraft is one of the popular sandbox games, where people construct structures out of textured cubes in a 3D procedurally generated world.
Influenced by the initial success of XLIF ACR, ALIF ACR provides a procedurally integrated solution to restore the natural anterior column while increasing foraminal height in the lower levels of the lumbar spine," said Pat Miles, President of Global Products and Services.
Sharon Shoesmith, head of Haringey Child Services, has won her case for unfair dismissal over the Baby P scandal because it was procedurally unfair.
The HMIC report said the police use of these powers is too often ineffective in tackling crime and procedurally incorrect, thereby threatening the legitimacy of the police.
Save Our Surgery, which is trying to stop the closure of the heart unit at Leeds General Infirmary, argued the consultation process leading up to the changes was "unfair and procedurally flawed".
Lord Justice Kay said: "To subject Mr Johnston to the handbook disciplinary procedure, minus the requirements of oral, written and final warnings, was procedurally unfair, even if the concern was to save him from additional stress.
The Scottish Football Association procedurally cannot complete the international transfer clearance (ITC), as it has to be signed by all parties.
The objective of this paper is to emphasize the relationship between procedural justice and citizen behavior, the effects of procedural justice factors, the evaluation of procedurally fair procedures, and the effects of fair procedures in process-based policing.
Kodak can't use the urgency of its bankruptcy reorganisation to "ramrod through a procedurally flawed and substantively meritless motion," Apple said earlier in court papers.
1) The actual-innocence doctrine, which provides petitioners the ability to obtain review of procedurally defaulted claims, permits limited access to the writ in circumstances where a petitioner can produce new reliable evidence demonstrating probable innocence.