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intervener

a person who becomes involved in a case either for his own or for the public interest.
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Given the immediate demands placed upon the crisis intervener, factors of culture and cultural identity are often neglected.
The goal is clear enough: to find a way to adapt to the language (the culture, the meaning structure) of the situation that includes the intervener and his or her models and capabilities.
Local interveners are of central importance in methodological approaches designed to verify hypotheses.
This distinction is based upon three descriptive factors -- namely the duration of the military intervention; the severity of the intervention as measured by the casualties suffered by the intervener; and the resultant outcome in terms of objectives attained and costs incurred.
The resulting system is still one of feedback and incentives - now including the intervener - but no longer is it simply a market system.
"It is submitted that it is beyond the competence of the Intervener to file application with prayers of the nature filed, more particularly when the same is without an affidavit in the support.
After hearing NAB, intervener, JS Investments and the additional attorney general, the court ordered NAB on Tuesday to conduct investigation against the JS Investment for defrauding NICL as per the direction of Supreme Court.
MNO intervener in Grassy Narrows First Nation appeal
The applicant/ intervener herein, is one such victim.
Alexis, the sole remaining First Nation party granted intervener status by the Alberta Energy Regulator ("AER"), has now withdrawn as an intervener in relation to the Vista project, both in relation to the AER as well as to the Alberta Utilities Commission.
They are brought about via the interceding agency of parties other than the intervener.
As an intervener in the process, we will continue to be on the side of Azerbaijan," Erdogan indicated.