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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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Under the "reasons" theory, a person will get a justification defence as long as he or she believes that the justifying circumstances exist.
As Goldman notes, this characterization of justification will not suit Conee and Feldman's purposes, if their aim is to explain justification in terms of evidence.
Winner of a Dundalk maiden at the third time of asking towards the end of 2011, Justification was then off the track until last August when he was a slightly disappointing fifth.
Justification is up 8lb for that success but I still can't believe that a mark of 91 is anywhere near his ceiling.
Forst interprets generality via the qualified veto, which is a veto that itself satisfies the principle of justification.
In Britain a few years ago, a court told the government it had no justification to declare the Mojahedin-e Khalq to be a terrorist organization.
Alinean tools replace traditional PDF white papers, PowerPoint presentations and justification spreadsheets with an easy-to-use, compelling and credible interactive platform that surveys buyer challenges, benchmarks current performance, quantifies the "cost of doing nothing" and cost-justifies proposed solutions.
observes that the theory of justification as a model of salvation presupposes a rational, self-centered individual and a God of justice who is knowable to everyone from the observation of the cosmos.
The budget justification lists 33 performance measures IRS officials and other stakeholders use to evaluate the agency's progress toward its goals of improving service and compliance.
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
application of justification and excuse in Anglo-American criminal law

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