case-by-case


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case-by-case

adj
considering each case individually rather than considering several cases together as a whole
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Adj.1.case-by-case - separate and distinct from others of the same kind; "mark the individual pages"; "on a case-by-case basis"
independent - free from external control and constraint; "an independent mind"; "a series of independent judgments"; "fiercely independent individualism"
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Again, the position of the French government for children is case-by-case in situations of humanitarian distress." (end) jk.gb
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Pope Francis told a Catalonian newspaper that countries breaking away from larger states should be considered on a "case-by-case basis".
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New Delhi, May 25 ( ANI ): With Air India pilots' strike entering its eighteenth day on Friday, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said sacked pilots could be reinstated on a case-by-case basis.
Dennik-Champion shared that the proposed amendments would allow the Board of Nursing to review each licensure by endorsement applicant on a case-by-case basis.
She argues, contrary to the widespread view of doctrinal development in common law systems as a continual stream of filling in the blanks of statutory law with only occasional reversals, that the Court's jurisprudence exhibits a pattern of doctrine creation and doctrine destruction wherein the Court goes through a cycle of first addressing legal problems on a case-by-case basis while seeking to not disrupt overarching doctrine until it becomes clear that the case-by-case approach is only causing more problems that they solve and they move towards the creation of a cohesive doctrine that they spend time entrenching, applying, and building upon, only to then reject that doctrine and move again to a case-by-case approach.
However, a top US official said that the names would be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
"Our hope is that the legislation will enable us to move forward but with flexibility, so on a case-by-case basis we can develop the appropriate scientific criteria, including data requirements, for review and approval of these products," Hamburg told journalists at a meeting in Brussels.