They fleshed out the president's plan with statistics and procedural details.
Mr. Gibbins, give us an example of procedural versus substantive unconscionability.
So apart from that, what else gets in the way of procedural compliance?
The first is implicit memory, also known as procedural memory.
I thought that was about procedural unconscionability.
Its procedural resolutions just need nine votes to pass.
They're called outcome fairness, procedural fairness, and interactional fairness.
It refers to a procedural rule in the U.S. Senate.
They don't wanna be his aids in that procedural staff.
The bill cleared a major procedural hurdle in the Senate today.
There are a few things at play here, one is procedural memory.
This was a procedural hearing appealing the conditions of his continued detention.
So procedural fairness can sometimes compensate for less-than-ideal outcome fairness, and vice-versa.
The court said the tribunal had committed procedural errors when issuing the warrants.
But negotiators are stuck on procedural issues even as the fighting continues.
The conviction was later thrown out on procedural grounds and a retrial ordered.
Implicit or procedural memory is the unconscious memory of a skill or task, like typing.
Procedural memory refers the sorts of skills you do automatically, without thinking much about it.
Think about procedural fairness like you would a legal proceeding.
Procedural fairness is if we perceive that the decision-making process is fair and unbiased.
He was released last summer after Pennsylvania's supreme court overturned his conviction on a procedural issue.