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intent

(ĭn-tĕnt′)
A state of mind that reflects one's aims, goals, or objectives. Intent is the key element of and basis for lawsuits brought against plaintiffs in a court of law.
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Yusuf Akbar, 33, of |Wynn Street, Edgbaston, Birmingham: Found guilty of false imprisonment, blackmail and GBH with intent.
8220;The complexity of parts produced by Next Intent increasingly requires 5-axis machining which enables five sides of an intricate design to be machined in one operation and can be crucial for meeting close tolerance specifications,” stated Rodney Babcock, President of Next Intent.
To communicate with another activity, we just create an object of the Intent class, add information to it and then pass it to methods like startActivity() etc.
Online ad networks are virtually useless when it comes to influencingpurchase intent, and are poor vehicles for brand advertising overall,according to a new research report issued by Online Publishers Association.
Nevertheless, the court resolved the conflict and allowed the marital deduction, noting that in interpreting conflicting clauses, the decedent's intent must be determined "using the four corners of the mast agreement.
In many ways it is quite positive for the insurance industry; however, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania missed an opportunity to expand the doctrine of inferred intent beyond its current parameters.
Under common law, three elements are required to prove fraud: a material false statement made with an intent to deceive (scienter), a victim's reliance on the statement and damages.
The scheme involved volumes of thick contracts, letters of intent, secrecy clauses, and a host of other financial terms that the investor really never understood and could not explain to the detective.
With its RTL-in and results-out model, the automatic Verix Implied Intent mode is the industry's easiest to use formal verification, giving users the confidence provided by the exhaustive analysis of formal verification.
The New York Stock Exchange and the city's Economic Development Corporation have signed a letter of intent to build a new 10-story trading complex and office tower.
Real Intent's technology revolutionizes functional verification by eliminating classes of design errors (or intent violations) without testbenches.
When intent is the critical issue, physicians must--and will--worry that law enforcement officers will see a criminal intent even when none existed.