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- adj. Having a justification.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of justify.
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- adj. Arranged and spaced so as to line up at the left side or right side of the printed page, or on both sides.
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- adj. having words so spaced that lines have straight even margins
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For example, if you follow Locke in thinking we have such a duty, then you will be inclined to transfer the term justified 'from the believer to the believed, and speak, as in fact we do speak, of a proposition's being justified, or justified for someone, meaning that the person in question has a good bit of evidence for the proposition in question.
For Kate, it seems like in particular there is few comments one about two thirds of increases what we call a justified and really good increase.
Recall that, in justified self-defense or defense of others, the intent cannot be to kill the aggressor, but rather to stop the attack.
While these victories are important, the way in which they are justified is critical when communicating with students.
The murders, kidnapping, dumping of bodies, the seclusion of mortal remains, extortion and bank robberies by the Provisional Movement will be described as 'justified' by the perpetrators if their movement is given any level of support in the ballot box.
The loss in justified because it is necessary for our families to live.
I cannot believe that Cheney's argument that if torture worked (which it did not, but let's pretend it did) it would somehow be justified is not being dismissed out of hand.
But if my kid's net happiness gain were greater than my happiness loss, the policy would be justified from a utilitarian point of view.
Ms. Palin's right – by not retaliating, that hypothetical kid is denying all the other hypothetical kids on the playground the chance to participate in justified violence!
Whether the mothers 'fierce hope that their babies would be better off at the hospital was justified is hard to say.
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