exigency


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exigency

(ek'si-jin-se, eg-zij'in-) [L. exigere, to drive out, demand]
A situation requiring immediate management. See: emergency
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Judge Sutton points out that conditioning the permissibility of a created exigency on subjective determinations of probable cause may result in the subsequent invalidation of warrantless searches regardless of police officers' beliefs at the time of search.
Justice Iacobucci calls it "a child born of historical exigency," and a "privileged status" which we are forced to leave alone.
begins his argument from the exigency to seek the truth understood as a habitual openness to the preconceptual, nonpropositional self-presence of the human person.
Under the former Board policy, tenured faculty could be terminated only for financial exigency .
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In the exigency of the service, Ms Aurora Ignacio, Assistant Secretary, Office of the President, is hereby designated as focal person to receive inquiries or clarifications and provide the necessary intervention on matters pertaining to the government's anti-illegal drugs campaign,' her appointment letter read.
Contract Awarded for various pharmaceutical products in support of the Corporate Exigency Contract Program
Moreover, the Notification further states that the 200 Balochistan Constabulary (BC) personnel shall be placed purely at the disposal of commissioners, as directed the Chief Minister vide the Home departments letter dated 19th May, 2010 are to be utilized in exigency situation in their respective divisions.
Military exigency and seriously ill or injured service member leave: These leave events are covered under FMLA only and not OFLA.
The National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2008 expanded the FMLA by creating two new military family leave entitlements--namely, the qualifying exigency leave category and the military caregiver leave category.
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