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summary

1. (of legal proceedings) short and free from the complexities and delays of a full trial
2. summary jurisdiction the right a court has to adjudicate immediately upon some matter arising during its proceedings
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As an exception from the general procedure in Article 40 of the CPC, a creditor may follow a shortcut for obtaining a direct order for payment from the summary court.
The "Introduction" concludes with an examination of the 1774 Charleston Baptist Church's Summary of Church Discipline.
In summary, if you need more performance and improved reliability, a NCQ system design is your ticket.
If we are assigned a reading that is especially long or highly theoretical, we might use summary to organize the ideas in that reading.
The district court granted summary judgment for all of the medical defendants, finding that the alleged missing or tampered documents relating to the deceased inmate's medical treatment did not establish that employees of the prison's contracted health care provider were deliberately indifferent to his serious medical needs.
A proposal body that backs up the claims of the executive summary crisply and without technobabble
Moreover, the summary predicts that warming will very likely persist into the twenty-first century, producing higher maximum and minimum temperatures, fewer cold days, and fewer frost days over nearly all land areas, along with an increased risk of drought over most mid-latitude continental interiors.
Requisition summary report (listing of established requisitions and their status by logistics element)
SUMMARY OF CASE ALLEGATIONS: Destiny's father Javier Francisco Ovando was handcuffed, taken from his apartment, and shot in the chest twice by Officers Perez and Durden in Oct.
In that case, the Civil Court judge dismissed the summary proceedings.
After creating a draft summary, Stern's group at Prudential asks for comments, usually within two weeks, from liaisons within the company and from the company auditors and may modify its choices if, for example, information from the liaisons leads them to believe there could be a more appropriate alternative.
The executive summary is a synopsis of your company's history, objectives, financial status, management and marketing structure.