Deliberate definition

Deliberate means collectively to examine, weigh and reflect upon the reasons for or against the action. The term includes, without limitation, the collective discussion or exchange of facts preliminary to the ultimate decision.
Deliberate means to discuss for the purpose of taking collective action, whether or not collective action is actually taken.
Deliberate means collectively to examine, weigh and

Examples of Deliberate in a sentence

  • St Bart’s and all academies must make sure they have procedures in place to prevent:• Accidental compromise or damage during storage, handling, use, processing, transmission or transport;• Deliberate compromise or opportunist attack;• Unauthorised disposal or destruction of the data;• Unauthorised access;• Accidental loss of personal data should be avoided through the implementation of appropriate security procedures.

  • Deliberate strategies will be required to increase its complexity, given the failure of the free market to do so.

  • Deliberate failure to do so will result in the rider's exclusion.

  • Economic abuse: Deliberate misuse of the money or belongings of a client.

  • Deliberate underfunding can be dangerous to governments and their residents as it is essentially of unfunded liabilities and the ratio of assets to liabilities (referred to as the “funded ratio”).


More Definitions of Deliberate

Deliberate are defined in Section 8.2), which right is hereby acknowledged and agreed by United and Merger Sub and (iii) the right of United, on behalf of its stockholders, to pursue damages and other relief, including equitable relief, in the event of Continental’s knowing material breach of any of its representations and warranties in this Agreement or deliberate material breach of any covenant in this Agreement (as the terms “knowing” and “deliberate” are defined in Section 8.2), which right is hereby acknowledged and agreed by Continental; provided, however, that the rights granted pursuant to clauses (ii) and (iii) shall be enforceable on behalf of holders of Continental Common Stock only by Continental in its sole and absolute discretion or on behalf of holders of United Common Stock only by United in its sole and absolute discretion, it being understood and agreed that any and all interests in such claims shall attach to such shares of Continental Common Stock or United Common Stock, as applicable, and subsequently trade and transfer therewith and, consequently, any damages, settlements or other amounts recovered or received by Continental or United, as applicable, with respect to such claims (net of expenses incurred by Continental or United, as applicable, in connection therewith) may, in Continental’s or United’s, as applicable, sole and absolute discretion, be (x) as applicable, distributed, in whole or in part, by Continental to the holders of shares of Continental Common Stock of record as of any date determined by Continental or by United to the holders of shares of United Common Stock of record as of any date determined by United or (y) as applicable, retained by Continental for the use and benefit of Continental on behalf of its stockholders in any manner Continental deems fit or retained by United for the use and benefit of United on behalf of its stockholders in any manner United deems fit.
Deliberate unless done, or omitted to be done, by Executive in bad faith and without reasonable belief that Executive's action or omission was in the best interest of the Company. Any act, or failure to act, based upon authority given pursuant to a resolution duly adopted by the Board or based upon the advice of counsel for the Company shall be conclusively presumed to be done, or omitted to be done, by Executive in good faith and in the best interests of the Company.
Deliberate and "Deliberately" means intentionally and neither accidentally nor inadvertently;
Deliberate has the meaning set forth in Section 9.05(a).
Deliberate means an action or failure to act by or with the consent of an executive officer of the party where the executive officer has actual knowledge that such action or failure to act will constitute a breach of this Agreement; provided however, that failure by Parent to pay the aggregate Offer Price or the aggregate Merger Consideration when and if required by and in accordance with the terms of this Agreement shall be deemed Deliberate whether or not Financing or any other financing is available to Parent or Merger Sub.
Deliberate means collectively to examine, weigh and reflect upon the
Deliberate means acting intentionally, knowingly and volun- tarily.