particular course of action

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The court in one judicial division may order the Commission on a particular course of action only to be contradicted by another court of coordinate jurisdiction from another division or even within the same division on the same subject matter.
There's not a lot of forgiveness if you screw those up, and while the game is generous with its checkpoints, it does break the immersion if you have to retry a section multiple times because it only allows for one particular course of action.
A spokeswoman for Ryan sought to tamp down concerns that Ryan has already committed to a particular course of action.
Others realise how serious you are about following a particular course of action.
Those who are against you don't stand a chance if you're determined to follow a particular course of action.
Third, the latest systems cannot explain what they have done or why they are recommending a particular course of action.
Addressing him at the time he said: "I am putting you on a particular course of action.
The Court of Appeal has made it clear beyond any doubt that where a Minister considers that a particular course of action is mandated by compelling reasons of justice and/or the public interest, it would be a dereliction of his duty as a public authority if he did not take that course of action.
Another significant cognitive bias is the 'Consistency' heuristic, which states that once on a particular course of action, how often have you seen teams actually overcome the momentum and intertia of a bad decision and make radical changes to the outcome to guarantee success?
A Cyrecommendation' is a communication that, based on its content, context, and presentation, would reasonably be viewed as a suggestion that the advice recipient engage in or refrain from taking a particular course of action.
Notably, the term "recommendation" is defined very broadly to include a "communication that, based on its content, context and presentation, would reasonably be viewed as a suggestion that the advice recipient engage in, or refrain from taking a particular course of action.
The definition of "recommendation" becomes important in this context, and essentially means a communication that, based on its content, context and presentation, is reasonably viewed as a suggestion that the client engage in (or refrain from) taking a particular course of action.