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pro·ce·dur·al

 (prə-sē′jər-əl)
adj.
Of or concerning procedure, especially of a court of law or parliamentary body.
n.
A police procedural.

pro·ce′dur·al·ly adv.

pro•ce•dur•al

(prəˈsi dʒər əl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a procedure or procedures.
n.
[1885–90]
pro•ce′dur•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.procedural - of or relating to procedure; "a procedural violation"
2.procedural - relating to court practice and procedure as opposed to the principles of law; "adjective law"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
Translations
إجْرائي
procedurální
proceduremæssig
napirendiügyrendi
sem lÿtur aî aîferî/starfsháttum
procedurálny
işlemsel

procedural

[prəˈsiːdjʊrəl]
A. ADJrelativo al procedimiento (Jur) → procesal
a procedural questionuna cuestión de procedimiento
B. N (also police procedural) (= novel) → novela f policíaca; (= film) → película f policíaca

procedural

[prəʊˈsiːdʒərəl] adj [matters, issues, grounds, rules] → procédural(e)

procedural

adjverfahrenstechnisch; (Jur) → verfahrensrechtlich
n (police) procedural (= novel)Kriminalroman m; (= film)Kriminalfilm m

procedural

[prəˈsiːdjʊrl] adjprocedurale

procedure

(prəˈsiːdʒə) noun
the order or method of doing something. They followed the usual procedure(s).
proˈcedural adjective
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2006) (deeming Arizona's procedural scheme for raising involuntary waiver of trial counsel claims inadequate because "almost all involuntary-waiver-of-counsel claims are barred by the state rules rejecting claims that (1) are not raised in trial court or (2) are based on errors the petitioner contributed to" and noting that, because a defendant "must affirmatively assert a waiver of counsel, [the defendant] always 'contributes' to the error and it would be extremely rare for the person asserting the waiver to object at the same time to the court's acceptance of that assertion").
Even states that permit defendants to open the record on appeal and raise trial attorney ineffectiveness at that earlier stage often implement complex procedural requirements, the combination of which effectively deprives defendants of the ability to have their claims ventilated.
The use of procedural generation in game design can help with the intricate and multifarious aspects of game development; thus facilitating cost reduction.
This study aimed at investigating the relationship between communication satisfaction and procedural justice associated with employee retention.
Keywords: Communication Satisfactions, Procedural Justice, Employee Retention, Gender, seniority, Private Higher Learning Institution.
Contract notice:Provision of procedural parcels (tnt and accessories) sterile.
In addressing these conflicting decisions, the author argues that applying the correctness standard to all procedural questions is undesirable as a matter of principle and would lead to unnecessary confusion.
Specifically, the effect of procedural justice on policy acceptance, such as the opportunity for people to voice their opinion on the policy, is stronger when the outcome is unfavorable than when it is favorable (Brockner & Wiesenfeld, 1996).
The purpose of this cross sectional study was to evaluate the frequency of procedural errors in root canal treated teeth with rotary and conventional filing systems.
Procedural Coding and Reimbursement for Physician Services: Applying Current Procedural Terminology and HCPCS (online access included)
Article 192 of the Procedural Code states that parties whose contract contains an arbitration clause waive their right to have their case resolved in a Qatari court.
One-size-fits-all procedural safeguards are becoming increasingly suspect under the Due Process Clause.