distinguishment


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He argued that the majority's distinguishment of Carrigan's employment relationship was "overly simplistic," because it "does not take into account the Legislature's control over local governments .
Thus, in the "right" cases, the Supreme Court has affirmed the decisions of lower court judges who, in lieu of employing the time-honored stratagems of distinguishment.
Reflects a reduction in interest expense due to the timing of debt paydowns and fees associated with debt distinguishment upon completion of our IPO
4) Additional interest expense due to the timing of debt paydowns and fees associated with debt distinguishment
30 per common share, of the 1995 quarterly loss was attributable to a loss on disposal of discontinued operations and $32,282,000, or 92 cents per common share, to a loss on early distinguishment of debt.