Arcara standard is either reduced to a new "incidental burdens" standard or made one of a pair of standards, one governing "facially
content-based" cases, and the other governing "incidental burdens" cases.
Unfortunately, awareness has primarily been focused on the rights of individuals with physical difficulties and thus, awareness of the concerns of facially
disfigured individuals is still relatively low.
Third, the decision further held that the ordinance was not facially
unconstitutional because the local government could either waive the requirement or issue variances, which raises questions sounding in the limits of a local government's discretion more fully addressed in the article.
he bears a striking resemblance to a young Bob Dylan.
"When I walked into the room, he was waiting for me and it took my breath away because we are so facially
Tucker's tenor rang vibrantly in this difficult but gratifying acoustic, and soprano Julia Gooding, looking every inch the voluptuous Mediterranean courtesan, was stunningly expressive both vocally and facially
It has found no fault in parents who handed their young sons into the nightly custody of a creature who has had himself facially
mutilated and takes painkilling injections which make him intoxicated.
While wholly exempting in-house tax practitioners from the reach of the amendments to Circular 230 would address TEI's concerns and therefore is facially
appealing, the Institute acknowledges that such an approach could be criticized as inadequately balancing the needs and interests of all the stakeholders here.
As a result of this legislation, the only defense an employer has when a facially
neutral employment standard effectively discriminates against a protected group is to prove that the standard is "job related for the position in question and consistent with business necessity." 
A spokeswoman at RAI, the TV company, said: "We approached Mr Brando because he was considered as the ideal candidate for the role - facially
there are some resemblances between the two.
Instead, the statute provides an annual holiday for all Montgomery County public school students from which all students benefit equally and thereby does not facially
discriminate against any denomination."
Maryland,(1) the Supreme Court held that the introduction, at a joint trial, of a codefendant's incriminating confession violated the defendant's Sixth Amendment fight of confrontation, even though the confession was redacted to replace the defendant's name with neutral, non-identifying terms such as "deleted."(2) Such a redaction was considered to be of the same legal consequence as the original confession.(3) The Supreme Court found that the blank spaces and words "deleted" or "deletion" were facially
incriminating and simply invited the jury to fill in the blanks.(4)