Pimlico Plumbers lost an appeal in February.
The decision was then taken to abandon the appeal.
Ensure that in the appeal, you briefly summarize why you should receive the benefits.
And Davidson similarly claimed that his appeal to supervenience was intended to be an appeal only to weak supervenience (1985, 1993, esp. 4n4).
Monies are shared between all the broadcast appeal charities.
The appeal is a fantastic way for a charity to engage with the BBC's audience.
We asked them to tweet about our appeal as well as retweet some of our tweets.
The first televised appeal took place in 1955 and was called the Children's Hour Christmas Appeal.
BBC charity appeal fundraising programming should normally fit within an agreed on-air “appeal window”.
“I think because the nuclear option is gone, you no longer have to appeal to 60, you can appeal to 50,” said Blackman.
appeal In British English you appeal against a decision, verdict, etc, you do not “appeal the verdict”.
Dorothee Schramm, the lawyer leading Semenya's appeal, added: "The judge's procedural decision has no impact on the appeal itself.
Should the interpreter reject more norms in return for an improvement in appeal, or accept a larger compromise in appeal for a gain in consistency?
The editors will try to handle an appeal expeditiously; however, each appeal is unique and the journal cannot guarantee the turnaround time or the outcome.
This argument is that, because functions are selected effects, any appeal to representational functions must be an appeal to the effects of representations and not their causes (Millikan (1989b, 85), Papineau (1998, 3)).
But by November 2018, Mark Zuckerberg had announced the creation of an “oversight body” that would involve stakeholders outside the company to create a level of external appeal on top of Facebook’s general appeal process.
“I would appeal to people, particularly this Easter weekend, to stay calm, I would appeal to people who are intent on violence to draw back, I would appeal to people with influence to use your influence and make sure this is peaceful weekend.
When the Jewish community was opened, there was a need for two appeals: one appeal to the youth and one appeal—certainly the basic appeal which was also directed at foreign countries, who was supposed to represent the interests of the congregation.
He added: “The only way in which she can have a fair and effective appeal is to be permitted to come into the United Kingdom to pursue her appeal ... it does not follow that because she could not have a fair and effective appeal, her appeal should be allowed.”
We also support many other charities either on an ongoing basis such as Comic Relief, Sports Relief and the annual St Martin-in-the-Field Christmas Appeal or through our weekly Radio 4 appeal, the monthly Lifeline appeal on BBC One, and broadcast appeals in specific parts of the UK.
- take a court case to a higher court for review
Example: He was found guilty but appealed immediately
- earnest or urgent request
- request earnestly (something from somebody); ask for aid or protection
Example: appeal to somebody for help
- attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates
Example: his smile was part of his appeal to her
- be attractive to
Example: The idea of a vacation appeals to me
- (law) a legal proceeding in which the appellant resorts to a higher court for the purpose of obtaining a review of a lower court decision and a reversal of the lower court's judgment or the granting of a new trial
Example: their appeal was denied in the superior court
- challenge (a decision)
Example: She appealed the verdict
- request for a sum of money
Example: an appeal to raise money for starving children
- cite as an authority; resort to
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