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restitution

 [res″tĭ-too´shun]
the spontaneous realignment of the fetal head with the fetal body, after delivery of the head.

res·ti·tu·tion

(res'ti-tū'shŭn),
In obstetrics, the return of the rotated head of the fetus to its natural relation with the shoulders after its emergence from the vulva.
[L. restitutio, act of restoring]

restitution

/res·ti·tu·tion/ (res″tĭ-too´shun) the spontaneous realignment of the fetal head with the fetal body, after delivery of the head.

restitution

[res′tit(y)o̅o̅′shən]
the spontaneous turning of the fetal head to the right or left after it has extended through the vulva.

res·ti·tu·tion

(res'ti-tū'shŭn)
obstetrics The return of the rotated head of the fetus to its natural relation with the shoulders after its emergence from the vulva.
[L. restitutio, act of restoring]
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Two months after the promulgation of the draft, the Law on Property Restitution and Compensation was announced on the 28th of September 2011.
Richards was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $50,795.
Bray pleaded guilty, was sentenced to two years probation, and was ordered to pay full restitution, court costs, and fees.
The SAHRC briefed the Committee on the challenges involved in land restitution and told the Committee that there are more than 4 000 outstanding land claims.
10) Yet few, if any, courts have examined what role the jury played in awarding criminal restitution at common law.
Keegan that he will be required to pay a minimum of $65 a month in restitution once the total amount of restitution is determined.
In 2008, James Marsh, representing a nineteen-year-old named Amy, (1) became the first lawyer to seek restitution from a "non-contact" defendant, someone who possessed and distributed child pornography but did not create it.
Our evaluation of how public policy should implement the Pinheiro Principles is based on an analysis of the Victim's Law in Colombia in which we examine its approach to land restitution for victims of the Colombian armed conflict.
1, Brink paid partial restitution of $30,000 to DEI, the downtown business advocacy group.
In 2007, a man in New Mexico poached a huge mule deer and paid $10,000 in restitution fees.
Moreover, his version of the theory of restitution gives considerable prominence to the possibility of legally requiring that some components of restitution be provided in non-monetary forms.
Signalling a new generation in sports nutrition, Maxim recently announced the launch of Energy + Restitution, a powdered drink to optimise fluid balance during exercise.