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germane

[¦jər¦mān]
(inorganic chemistry)
A hydride of germanium whose general formula is Gen H2 n +2.
The compound GeH4, a hydride of germanium, a colorless gas that is combustible in air and burns with a blue flame.
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Consequently, the intersection of border checkpoints and fundamental rights falls squarely on the nongermaneness side of the germaneness or nexus requirement running through the case law.
The Court in Rainey explored both the Germaneness Test above as well as the Incidental Test.
Even if the Court generally does not enforce a germaneness requirement, does the shell bill tactic cross the line into unconstitutionality?
The bundling language is insufficiently related to the content of each appropriation to pass the germaneness requirement in Knowles.
84) The mushroom checkoff failed this germaneness requirement.
She argued that under the proper interpretation of the germaneness requirement, Congress is permitted to condition spending only by specifying how federal funds are to be spent.
The reviewed studies had to meet a priori criteria of germaneness and methodological adequacy.
4 Briffault reports that a major limitation to this condition/rider test is that courts lack objective standards to determine germaneness.
Given the ancient application of asocial wu wei to matters of the state and Putin's vigorous attempts today to align Russia with both India and China, Sekatski's celebration of germaneness in both Shiva and a chuntzu maps a very interesting, non-European line for modern Russian belles-lettres.
Thomas: We just completed this question on germaneness.