References in periodicals archive ?
Chrysler Motors Corp., (17) the Court rejected the amount of the discrimination as a proper measure of the damages to a disfavored purchaser.
From this point of view, the mere presence of parental favoritism may be irrelevant to child outcomes, and researchers are, therefore, encouraged to focus on the intensity of parental favoritism as a possible cause of undesirable outcomes in disfavored children (O'Connor et al., 1998).
Interlocutory appeals are generally disfavored because they undermine the independence of the trial judge, expose the parties to harassment and the burdensome costs of a succession of separate appeals, promote delay, and require the unnecessary expenditure of scare judicial resources.
For example, shared rooms, a common feature of other health care facilities, are disfavored in assisted living.
But scientists at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif., performed the disfavored chemical maneuver anyway with the help of a new catalytic antibody.
Only 29.1% of respondents were in favor of such a procedure, while 58.2% disfavored it and 12.7% were neutral.
The intent of the secondary-line provision is the protection of disfavored customers.
In response, payday lending increasingly is following the lead of other disfavored industries, such as tobacco and gambling, by seeking refuge on Indian reservations.
Particularly with these comments: "If the state can take children without due process from this religious group, then it can take them from anyone whose religious or personal beliefs are disfavored by the state.
Stark contrasts emerged between fortunate OUGs, where levels of both modes of satisfaction are high, and disfavored OUGs, where both are low.
The Court stated that the first amendment does not permit a government to impose special prohibitions on those speakers who express views on disfavored subjects.
Disfavored religious groups pay enforcement authorities bribes to look the other way.