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deliberative

di li buh ray tiv

  • s  involved in or characterized by deliberation and discussion and examination
    a deliberative body

  • But those who can wait until just days before a major election and still consciously describe themselves as undecided that's an act of deliberative democratic will.
  • In 21 years in state politics, Blanco, a Democrat, was always cautious and deliberative.
  • Then there's the deliberative aspect of executive privilege, generally considered to be less politically resonant than the national security claim but important nonetheless .
News & Articles

  • Board seeks new Ephrata hospital CEO
    EPHRATA - Columbia Basin Hospital officials have started the search for a new chief executive officer, but it's going to be a deliberative process.
    June 19, 2013 - Columbia Basin Herald
  • Murder Ink
    A man who was shot 16 years ago and died late in 2012 was added to the homicide tally for 2013 as a result of the lengthy deliberative process the medical examiner uses to determine whether a death is a homicide. A young father allegedly beat to death his 2-year-old son living with his grandmother in Sandtown-Winchester, and Baltimore once again reached the 100-murder milestone. May 31 On Oct ...
    June 18, 2013 - Baltimore City Paper

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