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Colorado's JPE program considers such criteria as courtroom demeanor, efficiency on the bench, and rigorousness of appellate decisions.
120) Others, argue that nowadays taqlid has become an inevitable process simply because of the rigorousness of ijtihad qualification, which makes it very difficult for a person to fulfill all of them.
Differences in the rigorousness of domestic IP laws and the efficacy of their enforcement have often been a source of contention between TRIPS signatory nations (Volper, 2007; Kapczynsk, 2009).
Most studies following this paradigm have as a goal to introduce in Translation Studies the rigorousness and objectivity brought by empirical methodologies, mostly borrowed and adapted from the fields of psychology, psycholinguistics and cognitive psychology (Halverson, 2009).
And despite its honesty and rigorousness, the ambiance of the film is bright, a direct upshot of the startling fact that it's Dardennes' first picture shot in summer.
A second concern relates to the rigorousness of the FWO's engagement with certain non-state actors, such as unions.
Mr Hutton highlighted a lack of consistency in the rigorousness of checks in different courts and said there was not a uniform, thorough approach.
Yale Law School's reputation for rigorousness is well earned: It has turned out seven Supreme Court Justices, including three of the nine currently on the Court--Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Sonia Sotomayor.
Accordingly, our object of motivation (expectancy/value) is critical thinking, which is expressed in operative terms as that particular way of thinking characterized by its rigorousness.
As much as his daughters resent the rigorousness of his rules, over the years they have internalized the gender roles and expectations fostered at home.
rigorousness of conflicts has augmented sharply in recent times.
The dis agreement with religious rigorousness is observed more among the highly edu cated as compared to others: the ratio of those agreeing with interference for enforcement of religious principles is equal to 20.