Articulate

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Articulate

In accounting, describing the relationships, if any, between the different facts listed on a financial statement.
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Under this view, real-time CSLI may not be sought under the SCA's court order provision, which only requires a showing of "specific and articulable facts" that the resulting evidence is likely to be relevant to an ongoing criminal investigation.
50) The officers admitted they had no articulable suspicion for approaching Bostick.
for which the officer has a reasonable articulable suspicion;
In response to the controversy over Snowden's revelations about the section 215 program, President Obama announced several reforms, including submitting requests to query the database to the FISC, which would have to find reasonable articulable suspicion that the number to be queried was connected to a suspected terrorist (rather than allowing the executive to decide that question on its own), and limiting queries to within two "hops" of the original contact number queried (as opposed to the three hops previously permitted).
section] 2703 (2012) (stating required disclosure of customer communications or records); USA FREEDOM Act [section] 101(a)(3)(C) (authorizing production of telephone records after demonstrating reasonable articulable suspicion of foreign threat); 47 C.
El segundo punto desarrollado en este trabajo--a saber, que la diferencia desplegada en la concepcion de las relaciones de poder en Foucault y de lucha en Nietzsche es articulable desde lo que les es, correspondientemente, antagonico en terminos etico-politicos: en Foucault, el poder como dominacion y en Nietzsche, la civilizacion heredera de los valores cristianos--supone asimismo una interrogacion y una problematizacion en terminos contemporaneos.
This Note argues that the "specific and articulable facts" standard does not accord with the intent of the drafters of the Fourth Amendment to protect individuals' reasonable expectation of privacy.
reasonable suspicion, grounded in specific and articulable facts, that a
De este modo, la experiencia origen y el particular orden articulable de las cosas de una cultura--u otra--no seran garantia de medida de la posible experiencia justificable que se cree en ese desdoblarse del limite, pues cada experiencia origen de los grupos que entran en contacto tienen su horizonte de posibilidades marcado por su sistema simbolico de referencia (el nino Wayu que aprende en una escuela intercultural bilingue no justificara el mundo de la ciencia desde su soporte mitico, por mas que se le pretenda acercar su cultura a la ciencia; su experiencia origen vale solo para si).
Barely articulable and yet palpably present, this 'something' is what Whitehead wants to emphasise through the concept of the occasion.
Saving Normal is a warning to patients and the psychiatric community that urges well-reasoned mental health disorder diagnoses, prudent use of prescription medications with reasonable efficacy rates for articulable disorders, and prohibition of marketing to patients by pharmaceutical companies.
They were allowed to start with a piece of data, for which there was a reasonable and articulable suspicion of being a member of a particular terrorist organization, and go three hops through the data originally.