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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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29) See Steve Coughlan, "Search Based on Articulable Cause: Proceed with Caution or Full Stop?
The refinement to the concept made in this case is subtle but significant: the officers were entitled to briefly detain since there was "a constellation of objectively discernible facts giving rise to an articulable cause to briefly detain the appellant to investigate whether a crime had taken place or not.
Brignoni-Ponce held that a roving border patrol may stop vehicles "if they are aware of specific articulable facts, together with rational inferences from those facts, that reasonably warrant suspicion that the vehicles contain aliens who may be illegally in the country.
It interrogates the familiar limits of patriarchal hegemony by recontextualizing its language and outstrips the apparently naturalized limits of that language because we "insistently" generate the sound of its not yet articulable alternative.
The need to make Robin whole in understandable terms in this grotesque fashion is a need to believe that there is an articulable, if unexpected, answer to the riddle of her being, of love, and of possession.
As a result of the jury's verdict, the court granted monetary relief to the three men and issued an order permanently enjoining the city from asking questions in its hiring process that "do not have an articulable rational basis for discovering whether an applicant possesses actual qualifications reasonably related to the particular job.
Based on information made publicly available by the CPD, and recently publicized by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Illinois, hundreds of thousands of people are stopped or stopped and frisked each year by the CPD without reasonable, articulable suspicion of criminal conduct.
239) In order to conduct a query, a designated NSA official (240) must determine that there is a reasonable, articulable suspicion that the seed number is associated with one of several designated terrorist organizations.
dissenting) ("Because motorists, apparently like sheep, are much less likely to be 'frightened' or 'annoyed' when stopped en masse, a highway patrolman needs neither probable cause nor articulable suspicion to stop all motorists on a particular thoroughfare, but he cannot without articulable suspicion stop less than all motorists.
Reliance on NSA to Ascertain Reasonable, Articulable Suspicion
The concept of aerial bombardment as a feasible form of attack remained in its infancy, but the risks were clearly articulable.
If the standard is the "reasonable articulable suspicion of terror ties" currently used by the NSA, that would make access far too easy for the spy agency.