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justify

[′jəs·tə‚fī]
(computer science)
To shift data so that they assume a particular position relative to one or more reference points, lines, or marks in a storage medium.
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justify

(1) To shift the contents of a field or register to the right or left.

(2) To align text evenly between left and right margins.
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Direct versions of noncomparativism--satisficing, maximalizing, and absolutizing--claim that a choice can be justified on noncomparative grounds.
(In addition, he provides a detailed critical discussion of coherentist alternatives, which we cannot consider here.) The upshot is that Fumerton maintains that if there is any inferentially justified belief, then there must also be non-inferentially justified belief of propositions from which the inferences ultimately proceed.
Since such conduct is not morally wrong, it must be justified.(23) Robinson claims that Greenawalt's hypotheticals rely on reasonable mistakes of fact, which only generate putative justifications and "suggest a preference for the comparative conceptual clarity of an objective theory."(24) Professor Michael Moore taken belief and attacked Dan, Allan's conduct would not be actually justified but only putatively justified.
"The sentences running consecutively was justified and is therefore upheld by this court."
Majority of Palestinian Muslims (62 percent) think suicide bombing is often or sometimes justified, the report added.
The only thing that justifies my belief that, say, 0 < 1, is my justified attraction to that belief, and the only thing that justifies that attraction is the fact (allegedly inaccessible to my reflection) that it consists in the proper exercise of a competence.
Because he rejects that our moral beliefs are unqualifiedly justified, but accepts that they may be partially justified, Sinnott-Armstrong characterizes his outlook as a 'moderate moral skepticism'.
At a minimum, it must demonstrate that the exercise of state coercion to enforce the outcomes of common law adjudication is justified. Rather than justifying the diffuse threat of coercion underlying political society generally, an adjudicative outcome produces a judicial order backed by the threat of state coercion directed specifically at an individual litigant.
Therefore, it was not substantially justified for the IRS to reclassify these independent contractors as employees.
The justified abandonment of patients by doctors arguably will result in the harm or even death of these patients.
It already has 43 777s in the fleet "that work very well in the mix with our 747-400s." He also said that the carrier needs to be satisfied that the additional cost and complexity associated with a new fleet type is justified by increased capability and performance.
The Supreme Court, in creating the motor vehicle exception to the warrant requirement, justified this exception by recognizing the difference between searches of fixed premises and searches of motor vehicles, the latter capable of being "quickly moved out of the locality or jurisdiction in which the warrant must be sought." (9)