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The effort is meant to set a legal precedent for mining on the lunar surface that would allow NASA to one day collect ice, helium or other materials useful to colonies on the moon and, eventually, Mars.

In the judicial branch, legal precedent still protects officers from the consequences of deadly force with qualified immunity.

Some of the other ones, it’s just interesting, the nuance that the court has taken in terms of judicial precedent that they follow.

There is precedent for previous records being dismissed once disproven.

“While similar to AB 1460, the new CSU policy avoids setting a precedent for future curriculum decisions to be determined by the legislature,” he wrote in an email.

Roberts has long been perceived as a conservative, both ideologically and temperamentally — a justice who would prefer to gradually chip away at liberal precedents rather than dispatching them with one swift blow.

I have hunted out a precedent for this unceremonious address.

In any event she meant to conquer Powers, and was not without reason, or precedent, in trying to see if blarney would aid threats.

The public may also derive considerable advantage from the precedent in the future movement of the Government.

It was a reversion to the old right of election, and to the precedent set in the deposition of Edward II.

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