a medal for meritorious conduct
deserving reward or praise.
translation of 'meritorious'
प्रशांसा के योग्य,
You say the fact that so many apparently 'meritorious' applications were rejected is a ground for concluding that they weren't considered?
Obedience to the divine will is 'meritorious' , and brings reward; disobedience is lethally punished.
‘Hutch’ was particularly interested in promoting the professional growth of deserving, 'meritorious' young scientists.
And the Court has repeatedly refused to bend on this point - even when possibly 'meritorious' claims of people on death row have been at stake.
There's such an imbalance that for them to say lawyers shouldn't advertise for 'meritorious' claims is a bit hypocritical.
In a general sense, insurers and insureds have a common interest in ensuring that only 'meritorious' claims are paid.
The president praised teachers for their 'meritorious' service in educating students, but declined to touch on teachers' complaints about their meager wages and poor living conditions.
If they, and others like them, did not take such risks, some 'meritorious' claims would never be litigated and deserving plaintiffs would suffer an injustice. Medical negligence claims are expensive to prosecute.
Even so, as suggested in Paul, that should not be the end of the inquiry and the Court should not make an order for security for costs if an otherwise 'meritorious' claim would be stopped in its tracks.
The school authorities identified three 'meritorious' students from below poverty line families and gave them a helping hand.
If anyone knows of any well written, amusing, or otherwise 'meritorious' right wing blogs you'd like to suggest, please post a comment.
The terms were normal for a client with an apparently bona fide 'meritorious' claim (a payment into court had been made).
It has also been helping many 'meritorious' students, every year, to pursue their education by providing them scholarships.
Thus, the most 'meritorious' lawsuits would be the ones that progressed forward to settlement or verdict.
Ethical regulation will no doubt have the result that some claims, including some 'meritorious' claims, may not be brought.
And not every 'meritorious' claim will be sufficiently lucrative to attract a lawyer willing to work on a contingent fee basis.
The proposed amendment should be prima facie 'meritorious' .
Awards were presented to 'meritorious' students.
This may be the most famous example of ancient people refusing fame, but such behaviour has consistently been considered 'meritorious' in China.
That is arrogant presumption to insist that some authors and works deserve to be declared 'meritorious' as a matter of fairness.
A second aim was to improve access to the courts for members of the public with 'meritorious' claims.
This being the case, does the rich man's help to the needy, on which he so readily prides himself as something 'meritorious' , really deserve to be called beneficence at all?
Wood's performance was all the more 'meritorious' given that he felt feverish on arrival yesterday morning and even more so on completing his 18 holes.
More scholarships and state-sponsorship of 'meritorious' students from poor and middle class backgrounds is called for.
At the same time, those who render 'meritorious' service should be given due recognition with fitting rewards.
That victory, gained in a photo-finish from Kier Park, was all the more 'meritorious' in that it was achieved over the minimum distance of five furlongs.
The medals worn by them are not only for bravery but also for 'meritorious' service and for spending more than a year in dangerous operational sectors.
The ‘one petition’ rule cuts off meritless and 'meritorious' claims alike, based merely on the sequence of filings.
As we remind ourselves the burden of proof is on the defendants, and the court must be assiduous not to strike out a claim which may be 'meritorious' , even though the prospects of it being so are remote.
Such behaviour would send a message that political positions are entitlements and bribery devices, rather than 'meritorious' accomplishments.
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