Awarding

  • (noun): A grant made by a law court.
    Example: "He criticized the awarding of compensation by the court"
    Synonyms: award

Some articles on awarding:

Count Duckula 2 - Critical Reaction
... Sinclair User reviewed the game, awarding it 64%, concluding "If you like silent, slow, basic, dated, unresponsive, annoying games, get it!" ... The Your Sinclair review was more scathing, awarding 9% "The whole thing seems to play quite happily by itself, with the player being a sort of novelty bonus ...
Examination Boards In The United Kingdom
... in the United Kingdom (now more often called awarding bodies or "awarding organisations") are the examination boards responsible for setting and awarding secondary education level qualifications, such as GCSEs ... In more recent times, this distinction has been removed, with all the term 'awarding bodies' now being used ... This article focuses on the contemporary and historical awarding bodies that set academic exams in state schools ...
Alliant International University - Recognition
1 for awarding degrees in Psychology to minorities #1 for awarding degrees in Psychology to African Americans #1 for awarding degrees in Psychology to ...
City Of Richmond V. J.A. Croson Co.
... minority business enterprises (MBE) in the awarding of municipal contracts, was unconstitutional under the Equal Protection Clause ... Croson involved a minority set-aside program in the awarding of municipal contracts ... population of just over 50 percent had set a 30 percent goal in the awarding of city construction contracts, based on its findings that local, state, and national patterns of ...
Scrum (rugby Union) - Awarding
... If a penalty is awarded for a more serious offence, the team to which it is awarded may elect to have a scrum rather than take a penalty kick or free kick ... This is usually happens when the attacking team is close to the opposition's goal-line, and wants to occupy all the opposition's forwards in one area to give the backs more space ...