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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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proceduralpro‧ce‧du‧ral /prəˈsiːdʒərəl/ AWL adjective [only before noun] formal  SCTconnected with a procedure, especially in a law court procedural rules
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proceduralThese procedural changes deal with specific problems discussed above in Chapters 1 and 2.There were also a number of small procedural changes desirable in public inquiries.No trial date has been set because of procedural delays.On the other hand, such measures are subject to both psychological and procedural delays.All the more in classical law, when the formal and procedural differences still applied.Its manner has exposed the procedural inexperience of the first full-time Soviet legislature and the ideological divisions of its 542 members.It is not that varying degrees of procedural protection should not exist: the range of licences demands this diversity.Some states, however, give nontenured teachers minimal procedural rights.
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