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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of remand.

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Examples

  • Trying to get someone remanded is like getting blood from a stone these days.

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  • That was the judgment that had allowed these broad counts to go forward and the case is remanded, that is sent back, for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2000

  • The case is remanded, that is sent back for further proceedings, not inconsistent with this opinions, and bearing in mind that was the strong reference we found here about the questions of equal protection under the federal Constitution.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2000

  • Reading from this, it says the case is remanded, meaning that it has to go back to the lower court.

    CNN Transcript Jun 29, 2006

  • The case was then sent back ( "remanded") to the District Court for further action consistent with the Appellate Court's affirmations.

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  • Kennedy ordered the case to be "remanded," meaning sent back to the Army Corps of Engineers and the EPA.

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  • Kennedy ordered the case to be "remanded," meaning sent back to the Army Corps of Engineers and the The decision is the latest legal setback for the city's $289 million King William reservoir, which is scheduled to provide Peninsula customers with water by 2020.

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  • Not too much 'remanded' about it, "and as the gendarme, severely keeping his proper distance, made no reply, the incorrigible chatterbox went on merrily:" As a matter of fact it suits me just as well to be committed for trial, since the government give you your board and lodging, and especially since there's a really beautiful prison at Brives now. "

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  • The justices remanded the case to the lower court, agreeing that the California affirmative action policy was too rigid, but also affirming the broader right of universities to take race into account in their admissions programs.

    The Good Fight

  • The Court then confronted the key question: Should the case be remanded to the Florida courts for them to cure the equal protection problem by setting standards for the counting or should the Supreme Court order an end to the counting process?

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

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