Formalists who privilege the commercial nature of the regulated conduct must demonstrate that their approach is correct about the meaning of the term "Commerce." They must also show that their approach is relatively determinate, administrable, and unsusceptible
to judicial manipulation.
(29) The consent decree first incorporated the Wyatt standards into the settlement and made them unsusceptible
to challenges based on any changes in the law.
of policy and expediency, are unsusceptible
of judicial cognizance and
Only if the question posed is one whose complexity and depth renders it unsusceptible
to rational examination does the dramatic treatment seem to us appropriate, and the dramatic solution become enlightening.
To conclude, bacteria under antibiotic selective pressure have the ability to acquire and exchange antibiotic resistance genes, developing new proteins and loosing some other proteins making them unsusceptible
to certain antibiotic treatments.
The idea that explicit knowledge will never become implicit, then renders the conclusion that learners' interlanguage system is unsusceptible
to CF, or, in Truscott's (1996) words, that CF will only lead to "a superficial and possibly transient form of knowledge" (p.
Injury from perinatal air pollution exposure could also be responsible for the increased proportion of unsusceptible
individuals who, because of their exposure to pollutants during the susceptibility window and because of epigenetic alterations due to environmental factors, will become susceptible.
5A, corin was able to process the original nonglycosylated proBNP [40.7% (1.1%)] and proBNP-T71A [11.7% (1.3)%], whereas proBNP-WT glycosylated in the cleavage site region (10) was unsusceptible
to corin-mediated cleavage.
Normally, the relevant choice is between dynamic constitutional interpretation yielding rules that are unsusceptible
to democratic correction and creating no rule at all.
into her end product, artificially rendering it unsusceptible
at 9 (explaining that "[a] mandatory rule is nonjurisdictional but nevertheless has the jurisdictional attribute of being unsusceptible
to equitable excuses for noncompliance").
In its vivid vocabulary, the poem betrays its indebtedness to the neo-Platonic understanding of music that was so fundamental to the intellectual experience of Leo's intimates: the choir is described as "immortal," the sweet songs it sings as impervious to the effects of a thunderbolt or the passing of time, so that the music it produces will never be consumed "in withering decay." Here in Goritz's garden, as elsewhere in Leo's Rome, terrestrial musica organica was understood as a fleeting evocation of the immortal, eternal music of the spheres, which was utterly unsusceptible
to mutation; the implications of these neo-Platonic sensibilities for the music-making that occurred in Goritz's garden academy will be explored further.
In short, the Immediate (and therefore in itself unsusceptible
of mediation--the Unanalyzable, the Inexplicable, the Unintellectual) runs in a continuous stream through our lives; it is the sum total of consciousness, whose mediation, which is the continuity of it, is brought about by a real effective force behind consciousness" (Peirce 1955, pp.
Negative implications of global crisis impacted all the banks but the national market remained unsusceptible
to any shock as compared to international market.
They explained it by stress concentrating in the polymer matrix near the filler, which subsequently makes the composite unsusceptible
to failure in a brittle manner, in contrast to a pure polymer matrix (23).