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justification

[‚jəs·tə·fə′kā·shən]
(graphic arts)
In type composition, the adjustment of spacing in each line of type so that all lines are filled out to the same desired length. Also known as fill justification; full justification.

justification

In typography, the alignment of text evenly between left and right margins. Contrast with ragged right.
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somewhat more systematically the broad sweep of justification defenses
senior pastor of a local Gambrills, Maryland church recently committed to assist Justification Truths' mission to bring gun violence awareness to the community of youths serviced in Gambrills.
We often will spend most of our time arguing about the justification of our justifications.
If a subjective indicator as of p needn't reliably indicate p but merely dispose someone to believe p, it doesn't seem terribly plausible that justification arises by virtue of fit between indicators so understood and beliefs.
While the bare form might not inspire, Justification came from last to first off a strong gallop - which indicates just how smart he could be.
If Justification gets held up in traffic, which can always happen around Chester, then Countrywide Flame will be hard to catch from the front.
Forst interprets generality via the qualified veto, which is a veto that itself satisfies the principle of justification.
Campbell's lengthy study is the product of more than a decade of analysis of the Pauline understanding of God's act of justification through Jesus Christ.
In contrast, a small minority of scholars have maintained, without significant argumentative support, that provocation is best understood as a partial justification on the ground that the provoked killing is less wrongful than is an unprovoked killing, ceteris paribus.
This presentation argues that a "revised" understanding of the Lutheran doctrine of justification may help Christians address more adequately the challenges of global diversity including essential themes such as justice and liberation as well as inter-faith encounters with other religious and spiritual traditions.
Radano, Lutheran and Catholic Reconciliation on Justification: A Chronology of the Holy See's Contributions, 1961-1999, to a New Relationship between Lutherans and Catholics and to Steps Leading to the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification.
On the Relationship between Propositional and Doxastic Justification, JOHN TURRI

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