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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The talks came as diplomatic sources said the European Union was considering a case-by-case easing of its oil embargo against Syria in order to help the opposition.
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.
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.
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.
The Service now will determine on a case-by-case basis whether security will be required when a qualifying estate elects under Sec.
Solihull, Cannock Chase and Walsall PCTs also adopt a case-by-case approach.
However, he says, "you have to be careful and take each system on a case-by-case basis.
The new product will provide interim financing for acquisitions of senior housing properties, short-term financing until permanent financing is secured and possibly equity takeout, judged on a case-by-case basis.
Most agreed, however, that the board should continue to address the issue on a case-by-case basis and provide modifications to disclosures or to effective dates of standards when appropriate.
Chief Deputy City Attorney Richard Llewellyn, who wrote the opinion, said matters would have to be decided on a case-by-case basis.
While MIT's Sloan School of Management (MA) and Harvard Business School (MA) have decided to refuse admission to those who hacked into the system, Dartmouth College has decided to judge students on a case-by-case basis.
Plagens's works resolve themselves not according to formulaic purity or easy harmony but in case-by-case negotiations of measure and countermeasure.