American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or concerning procedure, especially of a court of law or parliamentary body.
- n. A police procedural.
- adj. Related to procedure.
- n. literature A type of literature, film, or television program involving a sequence of technical detail.
- adj. relating to court practice and procedure as opposed to the principles of law
- adj. of or relating to procedure
- procedure + -al (Wiktionary)
“But Conley-Abram said Monday that bond rating agencies are less concerned with what she termed procedural requirements and are more interested in preserving fund balances, revenue stability and cash-flow security.”
“Anger, frustration, quizzical queries, and probin 'procedural processes of peakin' into her past will start greetin 'Sotomayor and we hope she is up to it. phonix86”
“They are joining 16 others currently stuck in procedural quicksand, blocked from confirmation by an intractable and shameless Republican minority.”
“The Good: The ensemble of this man-on-the-run procedural is made up of quality actors, and producer Jerry Bruckheimer knows a thing or two about creating teams that bust baddies (see: the CSI franchise).”
“As you can see from the earlier posts, violence, especially sexualized violence against women, has become so normalized within society that people have stopped flinching when say, a woman victim on any procedural is kidnapped, raped, tortured and murdered.”
“However, the reasons for protecting truthful commercial speech definitely have relevance to the questions of who should be entitled to determine truth and what standards they should use, for the same general reasons that we scrutinize fact-finding and apply certain procedural protections in defamation cases.”
“So long as certain procedural safeguards are included, courts often uphold requirements that adult bookstores obtain licenses to operate, which often includes requiring employee permits which may be obtained only after a background investigation of the applicants.”
“Chris Travers: I think that the decline in procedural due process furthered by the act really should make it Unconstitutional unless it can meet the criteria as to be a valid tax in allcases”
“Recognize that zero voters will punish you for engaging in procedural hardball and that the number of voters who will even realize any of it happened is approximately zero.”
“Procedural geometry is quite a wide field, do you plan to specialise in procedural people, environments (trees etc) or something else?”
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