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affirmance

(əˈfɜːməns)
n
a verification, confirmation, or affirmation
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The restriction in question amounts to what lawyers call a NEGATIVE PREGNANT that is, a NEGATION of one thing, and an AFFIRMANCE of another; a negation of the authority of the States to impose taxes on imports and exports, and an affirmance of their authority to impose them on all other articles.
Tom, though against all form of law, rejoined in affirmance of the words.
But he is of your own faith, and his lightest affirmance would weigh down the most solemn protestations of the distressed Jewess.
based on our case law since Jenkins, it is clear that we have explicitly held that this [c]ourt lacks discretionary review jurisdiction over the following four types of cases: (1) a per curiam affirmance rendered without written opinion-see Jenkins, 385 So.
The employer's summary dismissal of the employee without following its progressive disciplinary procedures policies in the handbook warranted affirmance of the verdict.
In 2014, following the affirmance of his conviction on direct appeal, Bullock filed a pro se motion pursuant to WIS.
The affirmance rates in favor of an employer in all D panels was 78%, while it was 79.5% in ID 2R panels.
higher rate of affirmance for claim-invalidating findings from the PTAB,
more cases appealed to the Federal Circuit had higher affirmance rates.
Mello and Petrini & Associates on brief for International Municipal Lawyers Association and Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, Inc., amici curiae (in support of affirmance); Pamela B.
I concur in the majority's affirmance of the district court's ruling that Curtis has standing to bring claims against Propel under the EFTA.
The Court of Appeals' grant of review and summary affirmance of lower-court decisions, with a citation to its August ruling, appears unusual insofar as the judges could have simply denied review, or "cert.," without comment and the practical result would have been the same in the three cases.