Colorable


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Colorable

False; counterfeit; something that is false but has the appearance of truth.

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The minority wrote that "there is colorable basis for suppression of the statement."
Interchange the color of [X.sub.i] and [X.sub.j] => [[absolute value of [X.sub.i]].sup.2] + [[absolute value of [X.sub.j]].sup.2] becomes smaller => contradiction => G-v is 4-edge colorable. Without loss of generality, assume [X.sub.k] = {u} and G' [DELTA] G obtained by detecting the edge of uv and the edges of color 4.
Thus, by our main assumption, [G.sup.D] is 2k-edge colorable. Let [M.sub.i] be one of the color classes, which, therefore, is a perfect matching.
In such a situation, the out-of-state defendant can still try to remove the case by arguing that the non-diverse co-defendant has been "fraudulently joined" to defeat diversity jurisdiction, i.e., that the Complaint makes allegations insufficient to state a viable or colorable claim against the in-state defendant.
rights whenever a plaintiff makes a colorable showing that a companion
"Our quarrel over jurisdiction stems from my belief that the FARR Act 'trigger[s] constitutional habeas' by giving Omar a colorable claim that his transfer to Iraqi authorities would be unlawful.
The majority ruled that when a tenant in a rent overcharge complaint makes a "colorable claim of fraud," DHCR is obligated to investigate the legality of the rent that was being charged for the apartment on the base date.
Guests and team members broke their fast together and ended the evening with an exchange of gifts- colorable lantern cutouts for the special guests, and a special certificate of thanks for the team.
Although the bankruptcy examiner cited several reasons for Lehman's collapse, he concluded that its troubles were "exacerbated by Lehman's executives, whose conduct ranged from serious but nonculpable errors of business management to actionable balance sheet manipulation." The examiner concluded that "colorable claims" exist against several officers who were allegedly responsible for the balance sheet management and who signed and certified Lehman's financial statements.
a colorable claim to vested benefits." (27) Even after Firestone, (28) many jurisdictions held that once an employee had received a lump-sum distribution of benefits, he or she no longer had a colorable claim and therefore no longer had standing to sue as a participant.