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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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This requirement of probable cause extends to disclosure requests sought under [section] 2703(c) of the SCA for purposes of monitoring real-time CSLI, despite the SCA's articulated standard of "specific and articulable facts" for the reasons set forth in the next section.
17) On one occasion, two officers, one of whom carried a pistol in a zippered pouch, boarded a bus in Fort Lauderdale and asked Terrance Bostick, "admittedly without articulable suspicion," to produce his ticket and identification.
independently motivated by a reasonable articulable suspicion of a
Section 215 thus broadened the type of records that may be obtained, replaced the requirement of "specific articulable facts" with a more generalized concept of "relevance," and eliminated the requirement that the target be a "foreign power or an agent of a foreign power" and instead required only that the items be obtained in the course of an investigation to obtain "foreign intelligence information" to "protect against international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities.
are relevant to [an] investigation; and (ii) there is a reasonable, articulable suspicion that such specific selection term is associated with a foreign power engaged in international terrorism or activities .
Esto se desarrollaba a partir de la comparacion entre las relaciones de poder foucaulteanas y de lucha nietzscheanas, lo cual remite al segundo punto: la diferencia desplegada en la concepcion de dichas relaciones de poder y de lucha es articulable desde lo que les es, correspondientemente, antagonico en terminos eticopoliticos; en Foucault, el poder como dominacion y en Nietzsche, la civilizacion heredera de los valores cristianos.
As Richard French has put it, "The demands of politics are unpredictably diverse and protean and thus political reason is unusually resistant to generalisation and codification; it remains tacit and only obtusely articulable even for those who possess it.
The Court explained that there had to be some "proportionality" between the amount of the forfeiture and "the gravity of the offense that it is designed to punish," and that in Bajakajian's case, the penalty of a 100% forfeiture "bears no articulable correlation to any injury suffered by the Government" (Bajakajian 337-340).
the governmental entity offer[] specific and articulable facts showing that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the contents of a wire or electronic communication, or the records or other information sought, are relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation.
specific and articulable facts which, taken together with rational
Si las certezas culturales son constituyentes de nuestro mundo vital y dan forma a la experiencia y a la imagen de las cosas, ubicandonos en un orden articulable de lo real y actual, asi como en un orden--y espacio--de posibilidades pertinentes, debemos suponer que es esta y su relacion con sus limites--que establece o despliega a traves del espacio de posibilidades--, lo que en ultima instancia nos mostrara como es permisible la interculturalidad y como deberia llevarse a cabo el posible reajuste en mi vision del mundo.
This 'something 'is barely articulable but palpably present in the object's stubborn persistence.