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procedural

adjective adjective, directive, methodical, operative, relating to method, relating to the mechanics of a lawsuit, relative to the manner of prooeeding, systematic
Associated concepts: procedural defect, procedural due process, procedural law, procedural matter, procedural question, procedural right, procedural rule of law, proceeural statute
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It is important for employees that their organizations and their managers treat them in a procedurally fair way.
10) Kidd conceded that his claims had been procedurally defaulted by failing to raise them in his state court post-conviction proceeding, but claimed that he could overcome the default by introducing new evidence demonstrating his innocence.
The process had been procedurally unfair, and the parents' appeal against the care and placement order would be granted.
Another reason physicians still advocate PCI is "the existing fee-for-service model of physician and hospital reimbursement, which clearly encourages a model that is procedurally driven and one that provides differentially enhanced financial rewards to perform more, not less, revascularization, " he said.
He told me virginity tests were conducted procedurally so that the girls do not go out and say the army raped them," Amin said.
a"If there were to be political will, then procedurally it can work," considers one source, adding that any worsening of the economic situation in Greece would probably go a long way to give further political impetus.
Specifically the bank argues that the Treasury's Order was irrational, unlawful, procedurally unfair, disproportionate and the Treasury failed to give adequate reasons.
The Court of Appeal ruled that Sharon's dismissal was overly rapid and procedurally unfair, saying she was sacked by then education secretary Ed Balls and Haringey council without being properly able to defend herself.
5 -- All decisions on spectrum allocation since 2003 by successive governments, including the UPA, were procedurally wrong, concluded the one-man committee, which probed into the procedural lapses following the second generation mobile spectrum allocation scam.
Still, about 17% of surgeons and 27% of physicians in other more procedurally oriented specialties said they supported such a shift, "indicating that underpayment of management and counseling even in procedurally oriented specialties is a concern for many physicians.
The FIOE called "for effective action that is far more robust, criminalising such acts in law, and prohibiting them procedurally, both isolating them in society, and combating their roots through education, the media, and cultural tools.