meet the case

meet the case

To face and engage with a legal case in a court of law. The judged thanked all sides for meeting the case fairly and rationally. The defendant's lawyer pleaded with the judge to give him a reduced sentence, pointing out that he had accepted responsibility and met the case properly from the very beginning.
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meet the case

be adequate.
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Some said this, and some said that; but at last a young mouse got up and said he had a proposal to make, which he thought would meet the case. "You will all agree," said he, "that our chief danger consists in the sly and treacherous manner in which the enemy approaches us.
If, on the other hand, he stood in urgent need of realising a large sum by a given time, then Lady Verinder's Will would exactly meet the case, and would preserve her daughter from falling into a scoundrel's hands.
Any one of the larger carnivorous dinosaurs would meet the case. Among them are to be found all the most terrible types of animal life that have ever cursed the earth or blessed a museum." He laughed sonorously at his own conceit, for, though he had little sense of humor, the crudest pleasantry from his own lips moved him always to roars of appreciation.
It will take you some twelve or fifteen minutes to drive to your bank in a growler, so if you are here with one at a quarter to ten to-morrow morning, that will exactly meet the case. But you must have a hansom this minute if you mean to prepare the way with those notes this afternoon!"
"The Rapid Surveillance and Response Team has examined the patient who is in a stable condition and has confirmed that she does not meet the case definition of Ebola," said Ms Kariuki.She added that conclusive resulted will be released later Monday after results of the patient's samples that were taken to CDC Kisumu are received.
In total, 69% of participants failed to meet the case definition and thus were presumed to have XDR-TB through person-to-person spread.
After eliminating patients who did not meet the case definition based on medical record review, 13 of 18 patients who met the case definition were contacted for interview; among these, four reported floodwater exposure and submitted blood and urine specimens.
Of 102 BCBST-insured persons selected for review whose conditions did not meet the case definition, 22 were subsequently ruled out by laboratory testing after the visit in which the diagnosis was coded.
The boat should be able to approach wrecked / bezeichnungspflichige ships in order to meet the case of incidents and accidents despite withdrawal or threatened withdrawal of charge police action may include, but are themselves a source of ignition.
* Check where the charging pins on the device meet the case to indicate where the wires should be placed
European Parliament president Jerzy Buzek, chairing the debate, eventually asked Mr Bloom to apologise and the Ukip member for Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire stood up and replied: "The views expressed by Herr Schulz meet the case - he is an undemocratic fascist."
Of seven possible cases of neurologic complications, three were excluded either because they were found to have alternative etiologies or they didn't meet the case definition.
"How adequately the new laws will meet the case remains to be seen; I should only want to suggest the relative power and political access of a group or person laying charges under this legislation might well be a factor in determining what is rightly actionable."
Twenty-nine percent of metoclopramide users meet the case definition of tardive dyskinesia.
Persons whose reported illness failed to meet the case definition were excluded from analysis.