disconformity


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disconformity

[‚dis·kən′fȯr·məd·ē]
(geology)
Unconformity between parallel beds or strata.
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The Permian sea's last regression period occurred at the end of this system, which is why the upper boundary of the Permian strata in Iran is commonly discontinuous but has a type of parallel unconformity (disconformity).
2), the House of Lords had declined to review disconformity of its own test with that applied in Scotland, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, it was time to approve the modest adjustment made by the Court of Appeal in In re Medicaments, (151) The new test was "in harmony with the objective test which the Strasbourg court applies when it is considering whether the circumstances give rise to a reasonable apprehension of bias." (152) However, Lord Hope went further.
Then, the Neodevonian uniform sedimentary veneer covered both the Yangtze and Cathaysian blocks, which is a disconformity in the Silurian strata [34].
The Chairman PEMRA said that any disconformity to afore-stated directives would be taken seriously that may result into imposition of heavy fines, suspension / revocation of licenses of violators under PEMRA law.
The Chairman PEMRA said that any disconformity to afore-stated directives would be taken seriously that would result into imposition of heavy fines, suspension/ revocation of licenses of violators under PEMRA law.
It provides a mechanism by which the court can direct the attention of the legislature, through the Executive Government of Victoria, to disconformity between a law of the state and a human right set out in the Charter.
The concept of satisfaction commonly employed among authors in the area involves subjective comparison (or evaluation) of the expected and received levels of the experience with the good or service (Oliver, 1981; Bergamo & Giuliani, 2009; Barcelos, Baptista & Silva, 2010), which is related to the paradigm of disconformity (Oliver, 1981).
(13) Finnis also criticizes the voluntarist aspect of these scholastics' theory, but his primary condemnation is reserved for "the assumption of Clarke, Grotious, Suarez, and Vazquez that the primary and self-evident principles of natural law are moral principles (in the modern sense of 'moral'), or that they are initially grasped as principles concerned with self-evident relations of conformity or disconformity to human nature." (14) Considering the late scholastic argument as it has descended to today, Finnis finds it expressed in the notion that "natural functions are never to be frustrated or that human faculties are never to be diverted ('perverted') from their natural ends.
Under this rule, before P can claim a loss (from a taxable disposition), P's basis in the loss shares of must be reduced (but not below the shares' fair market value) by the lesser of (i) the amount of net positive investment adjustments that were previously made to those share under the basis adjustment rules or (ii) the shares' disconformity amount.
It forms the upper unit in the Halifax Group west of the Chebogue Point shear zone, separated by an inferred regional disconformity from the overlying Late Ordovician and younger White Rock and Torbrook formations (Fig.
Perhaps the ultimate tragedy in Hamlet concerns the irremediable disconformity between A-time and B-time: the impossibility of converting the transience of A-time experience into the fixity of B-time succession.
The contact with the underlying Mississinewa Shale is sharp and disconformable (Cummings & Shock 1928), but Pinsak & Shaver (1964) report lacking proofs for either disconformity or conformity.