nondecision

nondecision

(ˌnɒndɪˈsɪʒən)
n
the failure to make a decisionan unsatisfactory decision
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That referee's nondecision in the semi-final when the ball is punched off the line and then we get a red card and lose, it still hurts me now.
For the now-obligatory citation for nondecision as a form of
Kimmich was denied a penalty despite stumbling after Shane Ferguson came close to him, a nondecision which brought few groans from either him or his team-mates.
Communication behaviors in decision and nondecision situations.
The Court's nondecision has left the Administration with
In most studies on the mechanism of regulatory fit effect the focus has been in the domain of nondecision making, such as persuasion and negotiation (Appelt et al.
It was a great game, but the only thing we're talking about is the nondecision.
If we'd scored earlier we may have won, hit the bar and there was a strange nondecision when Lee Gregory was fouled in the area.
Qualitative Content Analysis According to Graneheim and Lundman (2004) Theme Communication Barriers Category Nondecision Problems Holding Codes to the Decision Unworthy tube feeding Back to the start again Starving to death New opinion Painful unnecessary New examinations examinations Ambiguities in the approach Undignified death to next-of-kin Incomplete pain relief Ashamed for the next-of-kin Impossible to make a status Forget the care plan Everyone has a chance The tube was back again Not easy to make a decision Discontinuity among physicians Death gives bad statistics Not stand by decision Inconsequence among physician New questionable signs
Theoretical extensions of the DAM are under development that incorporate nondecision components (e.
A tribunal's nondecision resulting from the unclarity of the law applicable to the dispute at hand.
The one notable exception was the Supreme Court's nondecision in the Alcoa case--where four Justices recused themselves and the Court, unable to secure a quorum, was forced to transfer the case back to the Second Circuit for a decision.