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restitution

 [res″tĭ-too´shun]
the spontaneous realignment of the fetal head with the fetal body, after delivery of the head.

res·ti·tu·tion

(res'ti-tū'shŭn),
In obstetrics, the return of the rotated head of the fetus to its natural relation with the shoulders after its emergence from the vulva.
[L. restitutio, act of restoring]

res·ti·tu·tion

(res'ti-tū'shŭn)
obstetrics The return of the rotated head of the fetus to its natural relation with the shoulders after its emergence from the vulva.
[L. restitutio, act of restoring]
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The OIG ascertained that the AMAC adequately documents restitution orders and receipt of restitution payment.
In addition, AMAC management does not have write-down policies and procedures for expired and uncollectible restitution orders, and has no policies and/or procedures in place for the restitution process at the onset of the review, the report said.
This article is about the interactions between a public policy of land restitution under the Transitional Justice paradigm, and local discourses that represent other paradigms of social relationships: the gender regime of traditional peasant society; the notions of truth and justice held by victims of conflict; the ideas of productive competitiveness at the core of the rural development model.
In the following we will focus on the interactions that affect the alleged 'transformative capacity' of the land restitution process in terms of gender justice.
The only measure can be guesswork based on the many thousand applications for restitution filed in the 1990s.
Bulgaria's law on the restitution of property went into effect in February 1992, with amendments later the same year and in 1995 and 1996.
The restitution process in Central and Eastern Europe
Measures taken to restore property abuses in the Communist period in Central and Eastern Europe followed two distinct models (1): the restitution model and the compensation model.
The last few years have been eventful ones for the law of restitution in Canada.
With so much going on, one can only welcome the advent of a detailed overview and analysis of the law of restitution that explores the implications of recent developments in Canadian jurisprudence.
In the year 1961, Dr Sachs, by way of compromise, received a compensation payment according to the Federal Restitution Act in the amount of 225.000 DM for the loss of the collection.
With its claim, the plaintiff initially demanded the restitution of two posters (Great Dane and The Blond Venus).