Noun(1) a search for an alternative that meets cognitive criteria(2) the continuance of something begun with a view to its completion
(1) In pursuance of that concept, the navies of India and other Commonwealth countries were offered reconditioned Second World War warships from Britain's reserve fleet, vessels that were surplus to British requirements.(2) staff took industrial action in pursuance of a better deal(3) I thought we were paying the police to be enforcers of law and supporters of society, to act in a professional, non-partisan way in the pursuance of their duties.(4) The acts must be acts not authorized by any statute or legal justification, but acts intended to be done in pursuance or execution of some statute or legal power.(5) Detention may then be authorised pending a decision to give such directions and his removal in pursuance to such directions if they are given.(6) A strong and dogged pursuance of the case and passage of the Punjab Termination Act, 2004 annulling all previous agreements on river water sharing since 1981 earned him great appreciation of the people of Punjab.(7) you have a right to use public areas in the pursuance of your lawful hobby(8) Given the obtaining situation, one would like to share with young research fellows one's experiences of organization and pursuance of scientific investigations, which their collectives are supposed to tackle.(9) Resident doctors at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, in northern Nigeria, began an indefinite strike on July 15, in pursuance of improvements in working conditions.(10) The answer to that argument lies in the opening words of section 14, which show that the section refers to the ├ö├ç├┐goods supplied under a contract of sale'. In my opinion that means the goods delivered in purported pursuance of the contract.(11) (d) a shared ownership lease, whether granted in pursuance of that Part of that Act or otherwise, where the tenant's total share is 100 per cent.(12) The fact that all the acts were performed in pursuance of an antecedent plan, and death ensued from the execution of that plan, appeared to be crucial to the decision of the Privy Council.(13) This document is served in pursuance to the provisions of section 5 of the Criminal Procedure Investigations Act 1996.(14) In pursuance of their goal they went on persistently staging plays, never making any compromises at any cost and never giving in to the temptation of commercial theatre.(15) We all know that there are more than 20 militant groups operating in this tiny land of 2 million people called Manipur in pursuance of retrieving the lost sovereignty from the Indian union.(16) Meanwhile, a deadline set by the Kenya Union of Civil Servants is due to expire on May 13, and 120,000 members are expected to go on strike in pursuance of a 600 percent pay increase.
(1) in pursuance of :: yn unol â
1. prosecution ::
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