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  1. Motions are requests made by the parties for a specific order by the court.
  2. Motions are formal requests by either the prosecution or the defense for a judge to hear and decide a disputed issue.
  3. The motions were denied, and the trial court entered judgment on the jury's verdict, in addition to awarding plaintiff $24,900.00 in attorney's fees. (Web site)
  4. These motions are studied by measuring the positions of lines in the galaxy spectra.
  5. These motions are caused by the differential attraction of Sun and Moon on the equatorial bulge due to the Earth's oblateness.

Actual Motions

  1. The actual motions of galaxies are influenced by more than just the Hubble Flow. (Web site)
  2. The apparent motions of solar system objects as viewed from a moving Earth were believed to be their actual motions about a stationary Earth.
  3. The apparent paths of the planets would then be due to the actual motions of those planets, and nothing else. (Web site)


  1. Chapter III covers pleadings, motions, defenses, and counterclaims.

Jury Verdict

  1. On December 9, 2004, the court heard the motions and signed a judgment conforming to the jury verdict. (Web site)

Stellar Motions

  1. Such motions define the high proper motion stars.[ 48] These stellar motions were unknown to ancient astronomers. (Web site)

Pre-Trial Motions

  1. Pre-Trial Motions and Hearings A motion is a request by which a party (prosecution or defense) asks a judge to issue an order. (Web site)
  2. Our homicide defense law firm is highly qualified to draft effective trial and pre-trial motions, jury instructions, and jury questionnaires. (Web site)

Oral Argument

  1. The Court decides the motions upon the parties' written submissions and oral argument heard on July 28, 2004.

Peculiar Motions

  1. Because of these peculiar motions, astronomers need to measure the distances to distant galaxies so that they can determine the Hubble constant.

Diurnal Motions

  1. Thus UT is determined from observations of the diurnal motions of the stars. (Web site)


  1. At the hearing on the motions, the district court granted defendants' motions for summary judgment based on Rohauer and the fair use defense. (Web site)

Posttrial Motions

  1. Usually the judge will conduct a hearing on posttrial motions.

Internal Motions

  1. Shorter and longer time scale irregularities, due to internal motions of the earth, are not predictable and must be monitored by observation. (Web site)
  2. Most galaxies are too far away for us to resolve the fine-scale details of the internal motions in the galaxies. (Web site)

Fluid Motions

  1. The model solves the three-dimensional primitive equations for fluid motions on the sphere under hydrostatic and Boussinesq approximations.
  2. Reynolds number sets the smallest scales of turbulent motion In a turbulent flow, there is a range of scales of the fluid motions, sometimes called eddies.

Celestial Motions

  1. They also thought that all celestial motions are circular, geometric, and of constant speed. (Web site)

Pretrial Motions

  1. Prior to trial, the district court informed both the Government and Traficant that they must file all pretrial motions by January 9, 2002. (Web site)
  2. Whether these allegations can be proved was not at issue at this point, since the court was ruling on pretrial motions. (Web site)

Various Motions

  1. Throughout a trial there may be various motions on legal issues, some of which may be argued in the judge's chambers.
  2. The master's report was followed by various motions, of which the district court granted Festo's motion for summary judgment that United States Patent No.
  3. Reference Systems: This site describes the system of terrestrial and celestial coordinates, and the various motions of the Earth. (Web site)

Dispositive Motions

  1. Motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment are types of dispositive motions. (Web site)
  2. The two major dispositive motions are the motion to dismiss and the motion for summary judgment. (Web site)
  3. The defendant almost always will use one or more dispositive motions to try to put a quick stop to the suit to save time and money. (Web site)

Apparent Motions

  1. Apparent motions of planets and the Moon are due to a combination of their motions and those of the Earth. (Web site)
  2. From the Earth we see apparent motions of celestial bodies on the celestial sphere. (Web site)
  3. This model, while complicated, was a complete description of the Solar System that explained, and predicted, the apparent motions of all the planets. (Web site)

Rigid Motions

  1. In the case of rigid motions, (3) is essentially Euler's equations of motion.
  2. It is one of the rigid motions (other rigid motions include rotation and reflection).

Post-Trial Motions

  1. Usually the judge will conduct a hearing on post-trial motions. (Web site)
  2. The court entered judgment accordingly, denying duly made post-trial motions.
  3. Post-trial - Refers to items happening after the trial, i.e., post-trial motions or post-trial discovery.

Relative Motions

  1. Although complex, simulations that incorporate the relative motions of the sun, earth, and orbiting satellite are well known. (Web site)
  2. Two months later, in 1968, Xavier Le Pichon published a complete model based on 6 major plates with their relative motions. (Web site)
  3. Due to the relative motions and positions of the Earth, Jupiter, and Saturn, the whole series of conjunctions lasted into 6BC. (Web site)

Plate Motions

  1. Plate motions cause mountains to rise where they push together or continents to fracture and oceans to form where they pull apart.

Planetary Motion

  1. It contained all three laws of planetary motion and attempted to explain heavenly motions through physical causes. (Web site)
  2. He proposed a law of gravity that could account for the celestial motions that had been described earlier using Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion.

Planetary Motions

  1. Careful measurement of planetary motions by Tycho Brahe proved the Copernican principle, that Earth revolves about the Sun. (Web site)
  2. Since antiquity, astronomers had put Earth at the center of planetary motions, a view the church had embraced. (Web site)
  3. He theorised on the planetary motions, and held that the earth is fixed in the centre of the universe.


  1. By scattering these neutrons off sample materials, scientists can visualise the positions and motions of atoms.
  2. Diatomic gases, such as N 2 and O 2, store additional amounts of energy in the internal motions of the atoms within each molecule. (Web site)


  1. Planetary motion The theory of the planetary motions had formed the subject of some of the most remarkable of Lagrange's Berlin papers.
  2. The theory of the planetary motions had formed the subject of some of the most remarkable of Lagrange's Berlin papers.


  1. Classical Greek writers speculated widely regarding celestial motions, and presented many geometrical mechanisms to model the motions of the planets. (Web site)
  2. Following on from his Doubts on Ptolemy and The Resolution of Doubts, Ibn al-Haytham described the first non-Ptolemaic model in The Model of the Motions.
  3. Ibn al-Haytham's The Model of the Motions of Each of the Seven Planets, written in 1038, was a book on astronomy. (Web site)


  1. For the reasons discussed above, this Court will grant reporter Judith Miller’s motion to quash, and grant in part and deny in part the remaining motions.
  2. The Law Offices of David J. Stern and Shapiro & Fishman deny wrongdoing and have filed motions to quash or modify the subpoenas issued by the AG office. (Web site)


  1. For example, in criminal cases, pre-trial motions by defendants commonly include motions for dismissal of the indictment and for suppression of evidence. (Web site)


  1. Gently rub the side of the tooth, moving the floss away from the gum with up and down motions.
  2. Gently rub the side of the tooth, moving the floss away from the gum with up-and-down motions.


  1. In the U.S., most motions in limine in federal courts are governed by the Federal Rules of Evidence.
  2. The court assumes that counsel is aware of the differences between dispositive motions and motions in limine. (Web site)
  3. There is a symmetry between motions in limine and a motion for mistrial.


  1. Another common reason lawyers file motions in limine is in an attempt to prevent the other side's expert witness from rendering his opinion to the jury.


  1. The most obvious explanation for the fluctuations in brightness was that the Earth was not the center of all the motions. (Web site)


  1. Some people notice an increase in the frequency of passing stools (motions or faeces) after their gallbladder is removed. (Web site)


  1. The pain often eases when you pass stools (motions or faeces) or wind. (Web site)
  2. You may also have white stools (bowel motions) the first couple of times you go to the toilet.


  1. Section 41.123(a) sets default times for filing motions. (Web site)
  2. Upon the filing of affidavits, motions were made for dismissal and for summary judgment. (Web site)


  1. His model was quite complex in order to follow the details of planetary motions, requiring circles (epicycles) upon off centered circular orbits. (Web site)
  2. He adopted the epicycles and deferents which had been used by Apollonius and others to explain the retrograde motions of the planets.
  3. Heavenly motions are uniform, eternal, and circular or compounded of several circles (epicycles). (Web site)


  1. More levels of epicycles (circles within circles) were added to the models, to match more accurately the observed planetary motions. (Web site)

Kinetic Energy

  1. These motions comprise the kinetic energy in a substance. (Web site)
  2. This permits the two-way exchange of kinetic energy between internal motions and translational motions with each molecular collision. (Web site)


  1. Thermal energy usually has two components: the kinetic energy of random motions of particles and the potential energy of their mutual positions.
  2. Geospace is populated by electrically charged particles at very low densities, the motions of which are controlled by the Earth's magnetic field. (Web site)
  3. For an ideal monatomic gas, the microscopic motions are the translational motions of the constituent gas particles. (Web site)


  1. The combination of both motions—that is, the motion of the equator with respect to the ecliptic—is called general precession. (Web site)
  2. The inclination of the ecliptic was found by his astronomers to equal 23o 33' and tables of the planetary motions were constructed.

Orbital Motions

  1. The orbital motions of the other planets are viewed from the vantage point of the Earth, which is itself orbiting the sun.
  2. Its unit of duration is based on the orbital motions of the Earth, Moon, and planets.
  3. Using this information, the astronomers were able to map the orbital motions of the stars around the center. (Web site)


  1. Article describing the asteroid Cruithne, and orbital motions at gravitational balance points in space that temporarily pull asteroids into Earth orbits.


  1. Plate tectonics (from the Vulgar Latin tectonicus, meaning " building ") is a theory which describes the large scale motions of Earth 's lithosphere.
  2. The lithosphere is the earth's strong outer layer that remains a coherent unit for long times during plate motions.


  1. If it is assumed that it is zero, plate motions can be given relative to the mantle, and these are referred to as absolute plate motions.


  1. While an abundance of geological data records the motions of the continents over time, scientists have struggled to model such behavior in the lab.
  2. In our models, particles are used to represent continents and to track their motions. (Web site)
  3. This animation shows the motions of the continents during the last 200 million years.


  1. The physical modeling is defined - for example, the equations of motions + enthalpy + radiation + species conservation Boundary conditions are defined. (Web site)


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