The Committee's 1968 definition implied that brain death should be regarded as death because it inevitably leads to death; and that the person in irreversible coma is, for all practical purposes
, if not in reality, dead.
he says, for all practical purposes
"they would be healthy.
Fully realized art, which in this case is proffered as an architectural dwelling, is, for all practical purposes
and financial advisor to the Noteholder Committee, said he regards the deal as final for all practical purposes
Because they have misjudged the evil character of the organization as well as the ability of Catholic women to counter-witness on behalf of truth within the context of this March--which for all practical purposes
is nil-this material cooperation is in fact, illicit.
Once a bid package has been issued, it should, for all practical purposes
, be considered frozen and not subject to future change unless the reasons are supremely compelling.
Additionally, the PowerShot S1 IS digital camera is compatible with Type 1 and Type II CF cards up to and over 2GB in size, making its movie capture capability "virtually unlimited for all practical purposes
That was, for all practical purposes
, the end of Kingston's Catholic hospital.
Responding to a casual query concerning progress in computer checkers, he discovered that programming a computer to play checkers had been largely neglected for decades, partly because many computer scientists and artificial-intelligence experts already believed -- erroneously -- that for all practical purposes
, the game had been solved.
The result is a workstation that for all practical purposes
is on, but not responsive to your keyboard or mouse commands.
But bin Laden is a piker compared with Mullah Mohammed Omar, the leader of the Taliban, and, for all practical purposes
, the leader of the Afghanistan nation.
On the federal scene the election campaign has for all practical purposes
It's now the largest gold producer in the world, and unlike the others in its league, it has no hedges for all practical purposes
The Houston Oilers for all practical purposes
had put the game away by the half by building a 28-3 halftime lead on four Warren Moon TD passes.
Most high precision position measurement systems today employ laser interferometry, which has, for all practical purposes
, reached its limits in terms of precision and reliability for the emerging demands of semiconductor manufacturing, DVD mastering, and hard disk servo writing, in particular.