- n. Plural form of determination.
“We would hope to be able to make some determinations from the pattern itself.”
“Its atomic weight, according to the most exact determinations, is 35.46.”
“From a purely quantitative point of view alone, the work involved in these determinations is very considerable indeed.”
“Finally, the High Court chief justice says the Federal Court should be allowed to use an agreed statement of facts when making native title determinations by consent.”
“Third dates are where long-term determinations are made, where a relationship crystallizes, where you find out if the guy with perfectly mussed hair and a slobber-free kissing ability actually has something under the hood.”
“e measurements on spheres having a diameter of 13 µ, and gave me for N the value of 65 x 1022 This agreement with the previous. determinations is all the more striking as even the order of magnitude of the phenomenon was not known (1910).”
“Unfortunately, the case languished before various judges for the last five years, until it was summarily dismissed, for a second time, based upon special master Linda Finley’s findings and title determinations, without a trial on the merits and in blatant disregard of the Georgia Supreme Court’s previous order.”
“This bivalent character of capacity judgments derives from the special practical function of capacity determinations, which is to issue an”
“The Clean Air Act, however, requires that EPA make designation determinations”
“For the moisture, volatile matter, fixed carbon and ash, the determinations are the same, but a special distillation must be made to obtain a sufficient quantity of the volatile products for subsequent examination.”
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