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LIMINE
PROCEEDINGS RELATING
GRANTING VISAS
DENYING ACCESS
GRANTING SELF-GOVERNMENT
GRANTING BAIL
GRANTING OFFICIAL STATUS
GRANTING ROME
GRANTING CHARTERS
GRANTING ORAL CONSENT
AGREEMENT GRANTING
VICE-LEGATE
COUNT WELF
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER
DISTINCTIVE ROUND HAT
PART
CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION
PRACTICE
EPO
FINAL ORDER GRANTING
CHARTER GRANTING LAND
TRIAL COURT ERRED
DISTRICT COURT GRANTING SUMMARY JUDGMENT
GRANTING PROCEDURE
EQUAL RIGHTS
JUSTICES
GRANTING CREDIT
GRANTING PERMISSIONS
DECISION GRANTING SUMMARY JUDGMENT
GRANTING AGENCY
GRANTING AGENCIES
GRANTING AUTHORITY
ORDER GRANTING REEXAMINATION
ENFORCEMENT
DECREE
DIVORCE
GRATEFUL
TROJANS
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
ATTORNEY
WAR
REFUGEES
CONGRESS
PERMISSION
TIME
WHETHER
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Limine

  1. Cheuvront was in the news himself not long ago for granting a motion in limine to exclude the word "rape" from a rape trial.

Proceedings Relating

  1. The proceedings relating to granting of design patents are the same as those relating to other patents with a few differences. (Web site)

Granting Visas

  1. The U.S. Government helped mitigate the delay in granting visas to religious clerics in the occupied territories. (Web site)
  2. Many are stuck in Syria, as few Western embassies are now granting visas, claiming that Iraq has become a liberated country following the fall of Saddam. (Web site)

Denying Access

  1. Such as intrusion detection, monitoring net state, granting and denying access on a per-application basis, blocking the dangerous sites, net lock.

Granting Self-Government

  1. Initial steps toward granting self-government for Canada were taken at the start of Victoria's reign, while in India conquest and expansion continued. (Web site)

Granting Bail

  1. First, the "probable innocence" cases arise in the context of granting the writ, not granting bail. (Web site)

Granting Official Status

  1. We beg the Holy See to consider granting official status to the Chinese National Conference of Roman Catholic Bishops as soon as possible.
  2. This will include granting official status to the Kurdish language and a substantial decentralization of power to the local administrations. (Web site)

Granting Rome

  1. Initially Pius was very liberal, freeing all political prisoners of his predecessor, and granting Rome a constitutional framework. (Web site)

Granting Charters

  1. Through the time-honored process of granting charters to the institutions that shelter Phi Beta Kappa chapters, the Society reaffirms that mission. (Web site)

Granting Oral Consent

  1. After granting oral consent, participants provided a blood sample for Lassa virus–specific Immunoglobulin G (LV IgG) testing.

Agreement Granting

  1. The Danish minister in Washington, although disavowed by his government, signed an agreement granting the United States military bases in Greenland. (Web site)

Vice-Legate

  1. Pius VIII recalled him and named him vice-legate, granting him choice of any of the four legations over which cardinals presided. (Web site)

Count Welf

  1. In 1070, King Henry IV deposed duke Otto, granting the duchy instead to Count Welf, a member of the Italo-Bavarian family of Este. (Web site)

British Prime Minister

  1. Ironically, one of its members was Clement Attlee, the British Prime Minister who would oversee the granting of independence to India and Pakistan in 1947.

Distinctive Round Hat

  1. In 1802 the granting of the title "Royal Marines" meant a change to dark blue facings and a distinctive round hat made of lacquered felt. (Web site)

Part

  1. Later part of my paper deals with disadvantage that granting a business method patent can have.

Catholic Emancipation

  1. Part of the trade-off was to be the granting of Catholic Emancipation. (Web site)

Practice

  1. However, with the accession of the Labour government of Harold Wilson in 1964, the practice of granting hereditary peerages effectively stopped.

Epo

  1. However the EPO itself has been granting many patents for business method and has provided legal reasoning to support business method patents.

Final Order Granting

  1. We review a final order granting a summary judgment de novo.

Charter Granting Land

  1. Another Egbert, Egbert of Kent, ruled in that kingdom throughout the 770s; he is last mentioned in 779, in a charter granting land at Rochester. (Web site)

Trial Court Erred

  1. The Attorneys also argue the trial court erred in granting the motion to dismiss on the ground that an equitable interest could not be partitioned. (Web site)
  2. For the reasons stated, we conclude that the trial court erred in granting summary judgment for Allstate. (Web site)

District Court Granting Summary Judgment

  1. Plaintiff-Appellant, Geraldine Kroger, appeals from the decision of the District Court granting summary judgment for defendant Omaha Public Power District.
  2. Sage appeals the order of the district court granting summary judgment to the County.

Granting Procedure

  1. The EPO carries out a centralised patent granting procedure for the 31 member states of the European Patent Organisation.

Equal Rights

  1. She sees egalitarian feminism as promoting equality between women and men through the granting of equal rights.
  2. France was the first country to emancipate its Jewish population in 1796, granting them equal rights under the law. (Web site)
  3. At the same time, the outside world was changing, and debates began over the potential emancipation of the Jews (granting them equal rights).

Justices

  1. Section 12-2-2 - Powers of justices - Issuance of writs of certiorari and granting of injunctions.
  2. According to the Justices, Blake should have ruled on the motions to exclude Grose and depose Nicholas before granting summary judgment.

Granting Credit

  1. Risk Based Pricing: Fee structure used by creditors based on risks of granting credit to a borrower with a poor credit history.
  2. Anyone involved in granting credit, such as real estate brokers who arrange financing, is covered by the law.

Granting Permissions

  1. Licensing is a great alternative to just releasing your work into the public domain or granting permissions on a case-by-case basis. (Web site)

Decision Granting Summary Judgment

  1. Knorp appeals from the decision granting summary judgment in favor of Albert.

Granting Agency

  1. The RW, by its collaborative nature, is a powerful and demonstrable tool and may favorably influence the decision of the granting agency.

Granting Agencies

  1. Granting agencies typically recruit a panel or committee of reviewers in advance of the arrival of applications. (Web site)

Granting Authority

  1. Lineage is a way of increasing the likelihood of an authentic transmission of the Buddha’s teaching and of granting authority to teachers.

Order Granting Reexamination

  1. If Request 2 is granted, a first Office action on the merits will not be sent with the order granting reexamination in the second proceeding. (Web site)
  2. On March 27, 2006, the USPTO issued its order granting reexamination of both the '509 and '752 patents. (Web site)

Enforcement

  1. On the other hand, this amendment does not prevent the granting of software patents or their enforcement against users of software.
  2. Enforcement, questions of infringement and attacks upon patents after granting are still handled under national laws, however.

Decree

  1. In 1965, by granting a Decree of Praise, Pope Paul VI granted Mother Teresa's request to expand her order to other countries. (Web site)

Divorce

  1. A Decree Nisi is a conditional order of the Court, granting the divorce.
  2. Authorities did not consider domestic violence a serious justification for granting a divorce.

Grateful

  1. We are grateful to United Utilities for granting us access to the Felindre Water Treatment Works and to Welsh Water for access to their reservoirs. (Web site)

Trojans

  1. Trojans are dangerous as they can enter a victims computer undetected, granting an attacker unrestricted access to the data stored on that computer. (Web site)

Roman Catholic Church

  1. The Roman Catholic Church deems forced marriage grounds for granting an annulment — for a marriage to be valid both parties must give their consent freely.

Attorney

  1. A power of attorney must be signed by the person granting the authority (known as the "Principal"). (Web site)

War

  1. Tullus waged war against Alba Longa, Fidenae, and Veii, thus granting Rome even greater territory and power.
  2. Achilles then, withdraws in anger from the war, and asks his mother Thetis to persuade Zeus to avenge the outrage by granting victory to the Trojans. (Web site)

Refugees

  1. It is estimated that Pius XII aided more than 1,500,000 refugees, including Jews, throughout the war, especially by granting them Vatican citizenship. (Web site)
  2. Estimates have suggested that 800,000 to 1,500,000 refugees, including Jews were helped by Pope Pius, many through the granting of Vatican citizenship. (Web site)

Congress

  1. As a result, Congress changed the patent expiration dates from 20 years from filing, to 17 years from granting. (Web site)

Permission

  1. We are very grateful to Professor Fox for granting us permission to distribute the data files from his book via our web site.

Time

  1. As part of this preparation, Elul is the time to begin the sometimes-difficult process of granting and asking for forgiveness.
  2. She asserted her supremacy some time ago by granting an audience in the sacred hall in the Forbidden City to the ministers of foreign countries.
  3. Option to buy An agreement granting a potential buyer the right to buy a piece of property at a stated period of time.

Whether

  1. The scope of review is whether the court erred in not granting a mistrial. (Web site)
  2. There was some discussion around whether the granting agencies should be lobbied to establish NHP peer-review committees to review these grant application. (Web site)
  3. Gierek asked whether the Community Patent legislation would ratify the EPO's current practice of granting software patents. (Web site)

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