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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, highlighting 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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Of the 150 community members, 130 (87%) completed the questionnaire, and 68 (52%) persons met the case definition.
1% (38)patients met the case definition for neurocysticercosis (Table 3).
Of 33 travelers in the three mission groups for whom information was available, 20 (61%) met the case definition for histoplasmosis.
Approximately 80% of advanced training soldiers admitted to the Fort Gordon hospital who met the case definition were enrolled in the surveillance program.
Chest radiographs were positive for infiltrates in one animal, and one cat met the case definition for chemical pneumonitis.
0%) also met the case definition for acute gastroenteritis.
Three of the 19 persons had a previously reported positive IgM anti-HAV test result 4-59 months before the most recently reported test and did not have illness that met the case definition at the time of the previous report.
During May through December 1997, 1,018 basic trainees whose illness met the case definition were examined.
All participants had worked [greater than or equal to] 20 years as technicians; one met the case definition for n-hexane-related peripheral neuropathy.
Illness in 47 persons met the case definition: 42 cases were clinically defined, and 5 were culture-confirmed.
Of the 158 athletes contacted, 109 reported illness; 68 (44%) had illness that met the case definition.
As of June 5, in Glasgow, 16 (53%) of 30 IDUs evaluated had illnesses that met the case definition (Figure 1).
Overall, 25 (38%) of 65 plant employees interviewed by IDPH had illnesses that met the case definition of CO poisoning (i.
Acute-phase serum specimens have been tested for 374 of 871 athletes who participated in the Illinois triathlon; 70 of these specimens were obtained from the 90 athletes whose illness met the case definition (Figure 1).
Six of the 66 patients admitted to the nursery on these days met the case definition.