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- Deference (also called submission or p****ivity) is the condition of submitting to the espoused, legitimate influence of one's superior or superiors. Deference...
- Judicial deference is the condition of a court yielding or submitting its judgment to that of another legitimate party, such as the executive branch in...
- Supreme Court set forth the legal test for determining whether to grant deference to a government agency's interpretation of a statute which it administers...
- dismantle the manned space program but postponed any decision out of deference to Johnson, who had been a strong supporter of the space program in the...
- Tri-Cities, Sheboygan, Denver, and Waterloo–merged into the BAA. In deference to the merger and to avoid possible legal complications, the league name...
- Chevron/Auer deference, informal statements of agency interpretation are not entitled to Chevron/Auer deference. High Chevron/Auer deference requires some...
- hearing (a non trial de novo); a hearing where the appellate court gives deference to factual findings of the lower court; or review of particular legal...
- presidency. Sanders flatly denied this accusation and pointed to his deference to Warren before running for president in 2016. Warren insisted that Sanders...
- land. Different culling techniques were used for different regions in deference to concerns from the Aboriginal landholders. At the completion of the...
- was occasionally omitted in Scotland, even by the national church, in deference to protests that the previous Edwards were English kings who had "been...
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