But the 13 justices refuted Lacanilao's statement on Thursday, saying they 'reached a consensus' that Sereno should take an indefinite
Sereno to be on indefinite
leave starting March 1, 2018.
leave was not intended just to allow her to prepare for her impeachment trial, but to save the institution from further humiliation.'
First, it may be accomplished by indefinite
pronouns proper, distributive pronouns, and quantitative pronouns.
number 'one' > indefinite
determiner > indefinite
(2) and (3) into Maxwell's equation [??] x E = - [partial derivative]B/[partial derivatve]t = [[mu].sub.0][mu] [partial derivative]H/[partial derivative]t, the dispersion of the electromagnetic wave in such an indefinite
medium is derived [17,20]:
Similarly, >nat (definite, indefinite
)/article; the indefinite
article is used much less than the definite article; for details, see deduction (7) below.
2 : not clear in meaning or details <She is indefinite
about her plans.>
Based on the results, the company indicated that there is a danger to overlook the development of depression by treating patients who have indefinite
complaints with symptomatic treatments such as dosing benzodiazepine anxiolytic.
If the contract includes renewal provisions, the useful life may very well be indefinite
As mentioned earlier, both standards require annual impairment testing of goodwill and intangibles with indefinite
lives, regardless of the existence of impairment indicators.
Two Cuban citizens filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus alleging that their indefinite
detention by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) following revocation of their immigration parole violated their constitutional rights.