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retrospective

an exhibition of an artist's life's work or a representative selection of it
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Retrospectively abolish any limitation period for personal injury claim arising from physical or sexual abuse that occurred when the plaintiff was a child;
As the fifth anniversary of the crash approaches, Mr Jones saidreasons not to hold an FAI the Tornado crash were "nger acceptable", even if the new law cannot be applied retrospectively.
I think once there have been a few cases where players are retrospectively punished for deceiving a match official, it will start to eradicate the problem.
A statement on the FA website read: "The FA has extended its powers to punish simulation retrospectively.
Therefore, the question of not paying the cess retrospectively does not arise.
Preparedness plans dated 11 Apr 2012 prepared by GHQ Medical Directorate were evaluated retrospectively for planned sequence of implementation.
CHELSEA manager Jose Mourinho believes an independent panel retrospectively punishing divers would be a bad idea.
It is understood the hearing will focus on a narrow area of law as the judge looks to determine whether the council followed the proper procedure and whether the decision was correct based on the information available to the authority at the time - rather than anything which has come to light retrospectively.
Although the incident was missed at the time by referee Martin Atkinson and his offi-cials, the FA were able to retrospectively implement disciplinary proceedings against the player under a new pilot scheme for 'not seen' incidents in Barclays Premier League matches.
Although the incident was missed at the time by referee Martin Atkinson and his officials, the FA were able to retrospectively implement disciplinary proceedings against the player under a new pilot scheme for 'not seen' incidents in matches.
Recently, a new scheme came into effect which punishes players retrospectively for such incidents using video evidence, but is punishing players retrospectively enough?
Imposing such rebates retrospectively is likely to be fraught with legal issues, depending on your contract, and would normally need to be agreed in advance of trading, but then charged after certain pre set levels of trade have been beaten, usually at the end of a set period or year.