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deferential

 [def″er-en´shal]
pertaining to the ductus deferens.

def·er·en·tial

(def'ĕr-en'shăl),
Relating to the ductus deferens.

def·er·en·tial

(def'ĕr-en'shăl)
Relating to the ductus deferens.
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Deferential vulnerability may occur within a medical relationship when patients defer to the authority of other family members or agencies when making health-related decisions.
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In light of this situation, Becroft (Melbourne Law School) assesses what standards of review WTO panels should apply to questions of compliance, arguing that the organization should adopt a flexible standard that allows for a highly inflexible and non-deferential factual standard for assessing domestic measures, but a more deferential standard of review where WTO members have retained jurisdictional competencies to deal with cases such as anti-dumping and countervailing measures.
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However, eventually, Mofaz and his Kadima Party demanded a more stringent military draft, with less time for deferrals and heavy fines for draft dodgers, while Netanyahu favored a plan more deferential to ultra-orthodox political parties in his coalition, who resist the change.