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proximate

 [prok´sĭ-māt]
immediate; nearest.

prox·i·mate

(prok'si-māt),
Immediate; next; proximal.

prox·i·mate

(prok'si-măt)
Immediate; next; proximal.
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Numerous construction companies are now being aggressively challenged in the online search battle, according to Proximate Solutions (www.proximatesolutions.com) - a US-based digital marketing agency specializing in paid search advertising (PPC), natural search (SEO), social media, link building, and shopping feed management.
American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) guidelines were followed to perform proximate and ultimate analyses of the coal, whereas Ballistic bomb calorimeter was used to investigate calorific value.
As stated, damages for lost profits are recoverable only if the event, breach or wrongful act was the proximate cause of the loss.
The claimant challenges the commission's conclusions that his breach of the safety rule was the proximate cause of his injury and that the employer enforced the rule.
The defendant argued that he was entitled to governmental immunity because he was not grossly negligent and also not the proximate cause of the accident.
Proximate analyses were carried out using properly homogenized samples.
'However, there is no provision to provide proximate security to the Governor and his immediate family members,' the official said.
"In that case, although it pertained to a city ordinance, the court ruled on the same proximate cause language and determined that an event does not have to be the sole cause of a disability, only a contributing factor," he said.
The efficient proximate cause doctrine -- which is an interpretive rule for first-party insurance disputes -- states that when a loss is caused by a combination of a covered and specifically excluded risks, the lost is covered if the covered risk was only a remote cause of the loss or if the excluded risk was the efficient proximate or predominant cause.
Proximate composition of whole gutted fish samples (moisture, crude protein, crude fat, ash and energy) and minerals, (calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron and phosphorus) of the fish samples prepared under the different cooking methods were determined following AOAC procedures [10].
But Morales said apparently the 'proximate cause' of the deaths of the 44 slain SAF troops was the gunfire that erupted at the height of the botched anti-terror raid.
(1) Do home buyers get "relief' in the form of a lower price when they buy a home with a proximate golf cart path?