Special Federal Courts shall be designated to render inexpensive justice with promptitude
as mandated by Article 37.
This right can also be excluded 'where' the nature of action to be taken, its object and purpose and the scheme of relevant statutory provisions warrant its exclusion, nor can the audit alteram partem rule be invoked if importing it would have the effect of paralyzing the administrative process or where the need for promptitude
or the urgency of taking action so demands." Emphasis added
Par la nature des propos qu'ils tiennent, par leur degre de promptitude
a reagir pour mettre un terme a des episodes d'homophobie, ils contribuent a etablir un climat de classe securitaire, ou au contraire, hostile a une discussion qui devrait etre empreinte de tolerance et de respect.
He 'had always felt (he had never allowed himself to think of it) that the promptitude
of their family was a little indelicate of her' (p.
the "ability, integrity, and promptitude
" of, attorney David
Wonderful are the turnpike-gates, which, strange to say, are carried in bodily by men of the establishment, and set up in a moment, in defiance of law and parliament, but which makes no difference in the world to Cleopatra and her rider, who clear them in splendid style, and which then with equal promptitude
are carried off by their own gatekeeper.
If you care for your patient with zest and promptitude
, you will be greatly rewarded by receiving the divine light, and heaven's inheritance .
The risk in case of electrical shock depends on the type of current--AC or DC--the voltage and amperage, the circuit of current through the body, the person's overall health and the promptitude
Any settled virtue includes the feelings of promptitude
, pleasure, ease, or at least the absence of regret (see De virtutibus q.
is not only a duty, but is also a part of good manners; it is favorable to fortune, reputation, influence, and usefulness; a little attention and energy will form the habit, so as to make it easy and delightful.
"In the legislature," wrote Alexander Hamilton, the most important drafter of and advocate for the Constitution after Madison, "promptitude
of decision is oftener an evil than a benefit."