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These are serious crimes that require the most serious of consequences, which is why a judge or jury sentences the individual to a lengthy determinate sentence, life imprisonment, or life imprisonment without parole.
HOGAN VETOES BILL THAT WOULD ABOLISH LIFE SENTENCES WITHOUT PAROLE FOR JUVENILESOVETTA WIGGINSAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Their error didn’t have to do with determinate attributes or some other fine philosophical point understood only by a few logicians.
WHAT IS LIFE? ITS VAST DIVERSITY DEFIES EASY DEFINITION.CARL ZIMMERMARCH 9, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
We do not suffer affliction by chance, but by the determinate counsel and permission of God.
FEMALE SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHIES, VOL. IFRANCIS AUGUSTUS COX
He must rather seek the absolute being by means of a determinate being, and the determinate being by means of an infinite being.
THE AESTHETICAL ESSAYSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
It is the recognition of the import within the practical judgment, of the given, of fact, in its determinate character.
ESSAYS IN EXPERIMENTAL LOGICJOHN DEWEY
For they imply the seeming paradox of a judgment whose proper subject-matter is its own determinate formation.
ESSAYS IN EXPERIMENTAL LOGICJOHN DEWEY
To judge value is to engage in instituting a determinate value where none is given.
ESSAYS IN EXPERIMENTAL LOGICJOHN DEWEY
A sum of money in expectation upon a certain event has a determinate value before that event happens.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
Porismat′ic, -al; Poris′tic, -al, reducing a determinate problem to an indeterminate.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
All this might perhaps pass darkly through my mind, but was not permitted to take a determinate form.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON

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