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Sb

 
antimony (L. sti´bium).

Sb

Symbol for antimony.

Sb

antimony (L. sti´bium ).

Sb

symbol for the element antimony.

Sb

Symbol for antimony

Sb

chemical symbol, antimony (L. stibium).
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Justice White, who also dissented in Roe, was not opposed to substantive due process.
Those who deny the dynamic and culturally dependent nature of constitutional law are often the ones most likely to describe substantive due process as an oxymoron, thereby demonstrating, again, that modern forms of originalism are sustained by epistemological resources that only living constitutionalism can supply.
Determining Whether The Foreign Prevailing Party's Attorneys' Fee Statutes Are Accorded Procedural Or Substantive Legal Treatment
This is especially true in the context of international litigation where an American court is applying the substantive law of a foreign country under choice of law principles and that nation's legal system has a prevailing party attorneys' fee statute entitling the successful litigant to recover his attorneys' fees.
An order for payment is technically a combination of summary and substantive legal proceedings.
Gans makes some observations about the effect of a Charter like statute on criminal law, focussing on substantive criminal law rather than the probably vaster topic of criminal process.
Human rights statutes actually have much more to offer substantive criminal law than some more robust readings of the words actually used in statutes.
When designing and performing analytical procedures, either alone or in combination with tests of details, as substantive procedures in accordance with the clarified SAS Performing Audit Procedures in Response to Assessed Risks and Evaluating the Audit Evidence Obtained (Redrafted), (3) the auditor should (Ref: par.
construction of substantive law necessarily entails making assumptions
The simple direction of the obiter dictum is that the senate confirms appointment for a substantive chairman.
When a lawyer commits an error on a substantive matter - by invoking the wrong law, for example - the judge can disregard the error and proceed to altogether apply the correct substantive rule.
interpretation of a substantive rule that has the effect of facilitating