Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • That is or may properly be awarded.

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Examples

  • It should be patently obvious to anyone who has taken the time to read what the Nobel committee looks for and what Obama has attempted to do since his inauguration that his actions fall within the purview of what Alfred Nobel deemed awardable vis-à-vis his will which is the basis for the Nobel committee's decision.

    Mark Axelrod: The Nobel Peace Prize; or Pissing on the Prose of Alfred B Nobel

  • I've been told it might even be awardable, so I should give it a name, so as to remember that it's a good one.

    01/12/2007

  • It is with Goldman Sachs in a special account awardable only for this particular purpose.

    CNN Transcript Jan 26, 2007

  • The prize is awardable to any person or persons, who can provide evidence of any paranormal, occult, or supernatural event of any of kind, under proper observing conditions, so Ed, I might be seeing you.

    CNN Transcript - Larry King Live: Are There Ghosts? - April 3, 2001

  • However, I rarely if ever see a judge who grants a fee award under 505 force the defendant to take a big enough haircut on awardable fees where the Rule 68 calculation would be more favorable.

    Marketing Law Blog

  • Rule 68's calculation is mandatory, not discretionary, so in theory it could set a minimum award for the judge -- once the judge decides fees are awardable at all.

    Marketing Law Blog

  • However, on Friday Pretorius told the court that he wanted the maximum amount that was awardable.

    IOL: News

  • However, I rarely if ever see a judge who grants a fee award under 505 force the defendant to take a big enough haircut on awardable fees where the Rule 68 calculation would be more favorable.

    Marketing Law Blog

  • Based on the court's reasoning, there's virtually no circumstance where a copyright defendant eligible for fees would want Rule 68 to apply. 505 allows a court to award ALL of the defendant's costs, while Rule 68 limits the awardable costs to those incurred post-settlement offer.

    Marketing Law Blog

  • Rule 68's calculation is mandatory, not discretionary, so in theory it could set a minimum award for the judge -- once the judge decides fees are awardable at all.

    Marketing Law Blog

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