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an authoritative or official decision, especially one made by a court

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an authoritative declaration

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Pronouncement of death is the process of gathering information about a patient's health status, analyzing that data and making a clinical judgment that life has ceased, by observing and documenting the absence of cardiac and respiratory functions.
Security has been beefed up and barricades set up outside Saket district court complex ahead of pronouncement of quantum of punishment against four men guilty of raping and murdering a 23-year-old paramedic last December.
I just wish people would come up and walk around the city and feel it before they make these pronouncements," he said.
Given the importance of the tax provision and its prominence in material weakness statements, it would seem critical that students be exposed to this auditing pronouncement.
Such pronouncements are, unfortunately, not likely to be surprising to most college administrators handling the primary and secondary effects of students' substance use and mental health concerns.
Thus, the pronouncement strongly implies that the facts have been judged, the outcome determined, and the appropriate penalty established.
Thus, although the human context for these pronouncements is the crowd, it appears that Jesus' teaching is addressed specifically to his disciples.
It is astonishing that a bishop can with impunity authorize same-sex blessings, thereby thumbing his episcopal nose at the guidance of his national church, the House of Bishops of which he is a member, the pronouncement of the decennial Lambeth meeting of our communion's bishops, the sensitive counsel of two Archbishops of Canterbury and, indeed, at our entire communion.
First, both the pronouncement of lo toy and the need and quest for an e zer k negdo establish 2:18 as a defining moment in the creation narrative.
According to the appeals court, the addition of a special condition of supervised release requiring the defendant to contribute to the costs of drug and other treatment did not create a conflict with the oral pronouncement of sentence, and the district court could delegate to a probation officer the authority to determine the defendant's ability to pay the costs.
Steinberg points in particular to a version of the Last Supper originating with Rubens: whereas many copyists concentrated on the psychodrama alone (eliminating potential distractions), Rubens did just the opposite and transformed Leonardo's composition into a sacramental pronouncement.
An example of such an instance was former Chairman Brown's pronouncement demanding that crayon manufacturers reformulate their product based on a bogus allegation that the crayons contained harmful amounts of asbestos.
MONEY, THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT MARILYN MONROE'S pronouncement on Hollywood's reviled studio system is creeping up on the Internet world.
In an official pronouncement Governor Bush declared that: "People of all religions recognize Jesus Christ as an example of love, compassion, sacrifice and service .
But if a "reverse" exchange is structured so as to closely hew to the anticipated IRS pronouncement, tax professionals believe that the taxpayer can take a good-faith reporting position that this is a valid exchange, and is not subject to any penalties.