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Noun(1) any word or group of words functioning as a noun
Adjective(1) of or relating to the real nature or essential elements of something(2) defining rights and duties as opposed to giving the rules by which rights and duties are established(3) being on topic and prompting thought
(1) It found that it was now a settled principle that legal professional privilege is a rule of substantive law, some of the judges talked about it in terms of human rights, others in terms of civil rights.(2) Not all dyes need mordants to help them adhere to fabric. If they need no mordants, such as lichens and walnut hulls, they are called substantive dyes.(3) But judicial comity requires restraint, based on mutual respect not only for the integrity of one another's process, but also for one another's procedural and substantive laws.(4) The submission there is that one needs primary statutory backing before a power to make procedural rules can affect substantive limitation periods.(5) Although these articles together make an important substantive contribution to this new understanding, they certainly do not constitute the last word on the subject.(6) If the Government is committed to meaningful and substantive talks they have to show that.(7) Some students of the media have developed a notion of the game schema model, where tactics and strategy are now more important than substantive issues.(8) And now it's time for the White House to help bring the parties together to get real, meaningful, substantive tax relief done.(9) Healthcheck encourages distrust of medical professionals, and the lack of substantive evidence in many of its reports muddies the issues at stake.(10) It therefore appeared to be a substantive , independent factor.(11) Parties are unstable and hard to distinguish on the basis of substantive issues.(12) Each procedural pigeon-hole contains its own rules of substantive law, and it is with great caution that we may argue from what is found in one to what will probably be found in another; each has its own precedents.(13) Yes I think decision making institutional issues are far more important than substantive reforms.(14) Choice likewise provides a substantive basis for parental and student buy-in.(15) It constituted the first important dialogue on substantive nuclear issues between the two self-declared de facto nuclear weapon powers of the world.(16) And then he'll - he'll talk about life or the idea of the movies in a way that's so substantive and important.
(1) substantive law :: القانون الموضوعي
1. essential ::
Different Formssubstantive, substantively, substantives
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