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Generally, in the United States it is defined as intentional taking property of others in an amount exceeding the state statutory amount.
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Generally, punitive damages, which are also termed exemplary damages in the United Kingdom, are not awarded in order to compensate the plaintiff, but in order to reform or deter the defendant and similar persons from pursuing a course of action such as that which damaged the plaintiff.
The United States Food and Drug Administration lists these items as " Generally recognized as safe " or GRAS ; they are listed under both their Chemical Abstract Services number and Fukda regulation under the US Code of Federal Regulations.
Generally, in the United States, Gibson F-hole F-5 mandolins and mandolins influenced by that design are strongly associated with bluegrass, while the A-style is associated other types of music, although it too is most often used for and associated with bluegrass.
Generally, a two-party system becomes a dichotomous division of the political spectrum with an ostensibly right-wing and left-wing party: Nationalist Party vs. Labour Party in Malta, Liberal vs. Labor in Australia, Republicans vs. Democrats in the United States and the Conservative Party vs. the Labour Party in the United Kingdom
Generally speaking, developing nations and third world countries participated only as clients, allies, or dependents of United States or the Soviet Union, with no significant voice of their own.
Generally, the United States Justice Department does not engage in prosecutions of crimes prosecuted at the state level as a matter of policy, and generally, the United States Justice Department and local prosecutors cooperate in deciding which level of government will prosecute which crimes, but this cooperation is a matter of comity, rather than a constitutional requirement.
Generally, a final ruling by a district court in either a civil or a criminal case can be appealed to the United States court of appeals in the federal judicial circuit in which the district court is located, except that some district court rulings involving patents and certain other specialized matters must be appealed instead to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and in a very few cases the appeal may be taken directly to the United States Supreme Court.
Generally Accepted Accounting Practice in the UK, or UK GAAP, is the overall body of regulation establishing how company accounts must be prepared in the United Kingdom.
In the United States, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles are accounting rules used to prepare, present and report financial statements for a wide variety of entities, including publicly traded and privately held companies, non-profit organizations, and government authorities.
However, theoretically, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles encompass all accepted rules which generally apply to accountancy, and not only the United States.
Generally within the Commonwealth, ministers and judges are The Honourable unless they are appointed to the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, in which case they are The Right Honourable.
Generally, in the United States, the store employees who detain suspects outside of and inside the store premises are allowed by state statute limited powers of arrest and have the power to initiate criminal arrests or civil sanctions, or both, depending upon the policy of the retailer and the state statutes governing civil demands and civil recovery for shoplifting as reconciled with the criminal laws of the jurisdiction.
* United States: Generally, a lawyer is said to have been " admitted to the Bar " and become an " attorney at law " ( some states still use the older term " attorney and counselor ( or even spelled ' counsellor ') at law ") upon taking his or her oath of office.
Generally the smallest value will be the smallest unit of currency, or smallest fractional postal rate ; for instance, the 1925 regular issue of the United States included a 1 / 2-cent stamp because some rates were expressed in fractions of a cent per ounce.
Generally speaking, the bulk of the urban congregations, particularly in the Northern states, were not totally averse to this development, which was also gaining momentum in the other religious groups around them, while rural congregations, particularly in the Southern United States, tended to oppose this trend.
Generally, farmers groups formed alliances with Labour and socialist groups though, in power, they became closer to the Liberals causing ruptures in several provinces between United Farmer governments and their organizations.
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In the United States, under the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles receivables are considered sold, under Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 140, when the buyer has " no recourse ,".< Ref Name =" NonRecourse "> This means that the factor cannot obtain additional payments from the seller if the purchased account does not collect due solely to the financial inability to pay of the account debtor ; however, " quality recourse " still exists.
Generally, in the United States, there are few legal issues if an unpaid homeowner works on a project within their own home, with some exceptions.
Generally considered to be " the earliest of the modern Dystopian ", it chronicles the rise of an oligarchic tyranny in the United States.
Fair value accounting has been a part of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles ( GAAP ) in the United States since the early 1990s, and has been used increasingly since then.
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Generally, however, there is an abundance of available machinery of coordination -- in NATO, in O.E.C.D., in the U.N. and elsewhere.
Generally, throughout the South, there is a growing impatience with the pattern of violence with which every step of desegregation is met.
Generally, it is necessary to mark distances on a specimen ( or garment ) in both lengthwise and widthwise directions and to measure before and after laundering.
Generally the first salvo of a tsunami is a rather sharp swell, not different enough from an ordinary wave to alarm casual observers.
Generally, there is no trial in an appellate court, only consideration of the record of the evidence presented to the trial court and all the pre-trial and trial court proceedings are reviewed — unless the appeal is by way of re-hearing, new evidence will usually only be considered on appeal in " very " rare instances, for example if that material evidence was unavailable to a party for some very significant reason such as prosecutorial misconduct.
Generally, an answer is a reply to a question or is a solution, a retaliation, or a response that is relevant to the said question.
Generally, however, northern Alberta ( and areas along the Alberta Rockies ) is forested land and logging is more important than agriculture there.
Generally the visible spectrum ( vmag ) is used for the apparent magnitude, but other spectrums such as the near-infrared J-band magnitude are also used.
Generally it is a battery, but sub-divided batteries are quite common, and in some armies very common.
The body of rules that governs financial accounting in a given jurisdiction is called Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, or GAAP.
Generally the absent zee-rhyme is not missed, although some children use a zee pronunciation in the rhyme which they would not use elsewhere.
Generally it is impossible to close two or three transactions at the same instant ; therefore, there is the possibility that when one part of the deal is closed, a quick shift in prices makes it impossible to close the other at a profitable price.
Generally, a battle is a conceptual component in the hierarchy of combat in warfare between two or more armed forces, or combatants.
Generally Heinz Guderian is attributed as creating the military doctrine later described as blitzkrieg.
Generally, information currently available as of January 1 of the current year is used in preparing the Factbook.