interbranch

interbranch

(ˌɪntəˈbrɑːntʃ)
adj
occurring between branches
See branch4a
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These works are important efforts to think beyond interbranch conflict.
First, any interest actually paid (but not including any interbranch interest payments) by a U.
Moreover, interbranch and intercompany transfers have been streamlined, while a new "Asset Count System" has been added (such as a physical count for inventory.
Contract award: assistance with project management for the preparation, execution and follow-up consultation for national insurance interbranch cnamts (including ugecam) cnaf, acoss, cnavts, canssm, ucanss.
CONSTITUTIONALLY DERIVED TOOLS AND TYPES OF INTERBRANCH SELF-HELP
26) The misalignment between Congress and the Court's respective practices suggests a need for better interbranch communication if the judiciary is going to enforce the law as Congress intended.
In a June 16 Facebook post where she shared an Inquirer story about Alvarez's threat to dissolve the Court of Appeals over an interbranch spat in the case of six detained Ilocos Norte officials, Anderson wrote: 'I'm hoping and praying he tries so he realizes what an imbecile he is when he fails.
To address these concerns, Kentucky formed the bipartisan, interbranch Task Force on the Unified Juvenile Code in August 2013.
First, the signing statements were criticized as subverting interbranch comity.
The Commission will activate, for a limited period of time, the possibility to enable producer organisations, interbranch organisations and cooperatives in the dairy sector to establish voluntary agreements on their production and supply.
At one level, the terms of these interbranch disputes are clear: when power is shared across political institutions and different political parties control those institutions, conflict over the nature of power is inevitable.