struggles as a stand-alone novel, and it is challenging to settle into the plot without having read the first book.
The key question to ask is whether the delay on the part of the Office of the Ombudsman was vexatious, capricious
, and oppressive?
Where the Agency's Notice fails to satisfy those minimum standards of rational decision-making, its determination is arbitrary and capricious
, and its action must be set aside.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey has acted like a capricious
individual towards minorities.
MOODS Sometimes a whisper can be louder Than a scream, A sigh more emotional than The nightmare you dream, A tear brushed away more meaningful Than indulgence wept, Sadness held in the eyes more powerful Than words inept, A smile more poignant than laughter, The purveyor moved, so profound, The silence of no word spoken, idyllic, Defeating onrushing human sound, As shadows match the mood, or as The gentle breeze brushes the skin, Birdsong, flower faces, a flake of virgin snow Is awesome and without sin, Quietness, stillness, harmony between lovers, The tenderness of the heart, Passion in its many facets, capricious
in its mood, Remnants of Cupid's dart.
Taking strong exception to the use of the terms unfair, discriminatory, arbitrary and capricious
in Raja's letter to the Prime Minister, the court told Raja's counsel T.
Supreme Court in 1972 because it was being applied in an arbitrary and capricious
Collie appealed the board's ruling because "the decision to revoke his medical license was arbitrary and capricious
and constituted an abuse of discretion as it was unduly harsh under all the circumstance of this case," according to the Arkansas Supreme Court order by Associate Justice Donald Corbin on June 7, 2007.
4) The First Circuit held that the plaintiff passenger must show the air carrier's decision to refuse transportation and rebooking is arbitrary or capricious
based on the information known to the decision-maker at the time of the refusal.
This Note provides a novel and effective solution to the accountability and arbitrariness problems of presidential involvement by re-examining the doctrine of arbitrary and capricious
, the Second Circuit did not reach the Networks'