The way to do something.
Example: There is a clear procedure when the fire alarm sounds.
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A method of doing something, details ...
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A series of activities carried out to accomplish a task or operation.
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- a particular course of action intended to achieve a results 2. [n] - a mode of conducting legal and parliamentary proceedings
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A list of steps that a user takes to perform a task. Occasionally, it is appropriate to include information about result of a user's action, but in general, descriptive text is best avoided. See also process.
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is the guidance concerning the control operations and tasks. The procedure can stand alon or fit with existing procedures
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[ French procédure
. See Proceed
The act or manner of proceeding or moving forward; progress; process; operation; conduct. 'The true procedure
of conscience.' South. 2.
A step taken; an act performed; a proceeding; the steps taken i
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A series of steps by which a desired result is accomplished. ... Origin: L. Procedere, from pro = forward, cedere = move ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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a particular course of action intended to achieve a result; `the procedure of obtaining a driver`s license`; `it was a process of trial and error`
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(pro-se´jәr) a series of steps for doing something; these may also be called maneuvers, methods, operations, surgery, or techniques.
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• (n.) The act or manner of proceeding or moving forward; progress; process; operation; conduct. • (n.) A step taken; an act performed; a proceeding; the steps taken in an action or other legal proceeding. • (n.) That which results; issue; product.
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(L. procedere, from pro forward + cedere move) a series of steps by which a desired result is accomplished.
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An action, such as a step performed as part of an audit program or as part of the client's internal controls.
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procedure, in law, the rules that govern the obtaining of legal redress. This article deals only with civil procedure in Anglo-American law (for criminal procedure, see criminal law). Except for evidence, procedure conventionally embraces all matters concerning legal actions that come to trial; thus...
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In law, it refers to the series of tasks,activities and steps which if followed in sequence according to the law and rules, invokes certain judgement by managing the justice system of the court.
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n. the methods and mechanics of the legal process. These include filing complaints, answers and demurrers; serving documents on the opposition; setting hearings, depositions, motions, petitions, interrogatories; preparing orders; giving notice to the other parties; conduct of trials; and all the rules and laws governing that process. Every state ha
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Type: Term Pronunciation: prō-sē′jŭr Definitions: 1. Act or conduct of diagnosis, treatment, or operation.
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In computing, a small part of a computer program that performs a specific task, such as clearing the screen or sorting a file. A procedural language, such as BASIC, is one in which the programmer describes a task in terms of how it is to be done, as opposed to a declarative language, such as PROLOG, in which it is described in terms of the required
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A procedure is a series of actions taken in a definite and established order. This can refer to a treatment plan or to general activities.
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A procedure is a set of actions or operations which have to be executed in the same manner in order to always obtain the same result under the same circumstances (for example, emergency procedures). In telecommunications, this is the premise under which a SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) is generated. A SOP is specifically designed
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1) A method or act that furthers a legal process. Procedures include filing complaints, serving documents, setting hearings, and conducting trials. 2) The established rule or series of steps that governs a civil lawsuit or criminal prosecution. (See also: civil procedure, criminal procedure)
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