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An equipment failure in which moving parts stick or jam because of friction, pressure, or excessive temperature.
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Reticuloendothelial system will maintain a seizable storage pool in the form of ferritin and hemosiderin.
Categorizing Internet usage as a seizable asset is uncharted legal territory, as countries still struggle to define the application to the Internet of such basic laws such as libel and copyright.
This world must be "seizable by the addressee, and either verbally or capable of being verbalized," (p.
In the decider, Anand repeatedly misjudged the flight and length of his opponent's strokes and conceded points softly much to the disappointment of a seizable Indian crowd which included Sudhakar Vemuri, a BAC Certified Referee who has seen Anand in his prime.
(38) The bankrupt held a pension that was unseizable but withdrew the funds and placed them into another kind of plan that was, in principle, seizable and available to his creditors.
There are additional issues to consider when establishing particularity, including "whether the seizable property is the computer hardware or merely the information that the hardware contains." (45) If authorities plan to seize the computer equipment based upon its physical nature, the "courts have often found fairly generic descriptions of the items ...
(120) The court reasoned that if the government must open every file to know its contents, it follows that "everything the government chooses to seize will, under this theory, automatically come into plain view." (121) Where the other circuits attempted to address this issue by adapting the plain view doctrine in the digital context, the Ninth Circuit held that both law enforcement's and the defendant's interests were better served if there were clear, prophylactic rules: "The process of segregating electronic data that is seizable from that which is not must not become a vehicle for the government to gain access to data which it has no probable cause to collect." (122)
Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni kept shuffling his bowlers in a bid to break through the England innings but the English batsmen applied themselves well to keep the hosts at bay, much to the disappointment of a seizable holiday crowd.
Similarly, Mahoney says, uninsured households with more assets that could be seized made bigger payments for medical care than uninsured households with fewer seizable assets.
enacted a statute that protected previously seizable assets from