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antimony (L. sti´bium).

Sb

Symbol for antimony.

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Since the matter was filed in 2006, it has not proceeded to trial on the substantive merits of the claim to date though a trial date on the substantive merits was recently fixed for May 28, 2019.
Prime Minister Mahathir expressed hope to increase substantive cooperation between the two countries mainly in high-tech industry as well as support for the ROK governments work to build peace on the Korean Peninsula.
ke that the council will not be able to have a substantive boss before the examination starts next month.
The case-by-case requirement does not transform a substantive rule into a procedural one, the court said in Johnson v.
[USA] July 5 ( ANI ): Turns out, small talk is not as bad as previously thought, and people who engage in more substantive conversations tend to be happier.
Mr Goya said the process of identifying a substantive CEO was ongoing and it was expected to be completed within a short time.
The topics range from the more substantive (antitrust, securities, medical malpractice, copyright, aviation, and white-collar crime, to name a few), to the more procedural (federal court removal, parties, third-party practice, etc.), to the more practical (case evaluation, investigation of the case, discovery strategy and privileges, motion practice, effective trial performance, etc.).
The substantive rules are found in our laws, and they define the existence or absence of a client's rights and obligations.
interpretation of a substantive rule that has the effect of facilitating
Law scholars in Australian, New Zealand, Canada, Britain, and South Africa pursue two central themes they find in the world of Mike Taggart's scholarship on substantive grounds of judicial review.
Substantive due process is notoriously regarded as a textual contradiction, but it is in fact redundant.
President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci are now immersed in substantive negotiations, UN Special Adviser Espen Barth Eide announced on Monday.