full justification

full justification

[¦fu̇l ‚jəs·tə·fə′kā·shən]
(graphic arts)
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The next step is to ensure the definition and full justification of the system for the qualification.
While this paper provides some justification for preferring the underivative accounts, it does not aim to provide a full justification but only to show how the claim that an effect could precede its cause depends totally on which accounts one adopts.
Talking to a joint delegation of the vice chancellors and professors of Islamic College and Benazir Bhutto Shaheed universities here, he also expressed full justification of Nation's expectations of its academicians for educational orientation of students in the present era of science and information technology.
Their recommendation must include a detailed analysis of the customer's ability to repay the loan and full justification in case of a positive outcome.
8% in July, but the legions of people who have endured pay freezes feel, with full justification, cash-strapped.
Any failure to provide what a reviewer subjectively deigns a full justification for a diagnosis and treatment yields a determination that the physician was unjustified in providing the required treatment (even if, in fact, he or she did provide it and even if in fact the treatment worked).
On the subjective side, though most individuals do not, and even cannot, provide a full account of the nesting relation, they must have a sense of the dependence of the full justification of their particular standing purposes on broader universal purposes.
I am sure the city would like to see the full justification for this amount of public money spent on one of the premier development sites in the UK.
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It also needs to publish a full justification for the priority risks groups it has picked out for vaccination, to convince the public that the people being prioritised really are those who will benefit most.
I was ready to kill people in defence of our nation, at no time did I harbour any desire to damage anyone without the full justification of the people behind me.
And it was a line he was able to use with full justification, in his capacity as Fulham chairman, towards spectators leaving Craven Cottage after this breathtaking spectacle.