Diminished definition

Diminished means lessened in usefulness or significance with respect to a personal characteristic’s effect.

Examples of Diminished in a sentence

Betterment deductions must be measurable, itemized, specified as to dollar amount and documented in the claim file.15.43(10) Diminished value.

Diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness, nearly every day (either by subjective account or as observed by others).

Scott, Less Guilty by Reason of Adolescence: Developmental Immaturity, Diminished Responsibility, and the Juvenile Death Penalty, 58 AM.

The 19 volunteers with CSBs in the Voon study reported negative consequences as a result of excessive pornography use which had led to “significant shame and distress”.24 They included: Losing employment as a result of viewing pornography at work Fractured intimate relationships or negative influenced social activities Diminished libido or sexual dysfunction Excessive use of escorts Suicidal ideation Using large sums of money.25 17.

Morse, Diminished Rationality, Diminished Responsibility, 1 OHIO ST.

Diminished pain perception in response to a normally painful stimulus.

Diminished central activation during maximal voluntary contraction in chronic fatigue syndrome.

ABA Model Rule 1.14 (“Client With Diminished Capacity”) has not been adopted in California.

Diminished usage of petroleum products would reduce the amount of collected Petroleum Inspection Fees.

You are also responsible for Loss of Use, Diminished Value, and our administrative expenses incurred processing a claim.

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Tampering means to alter, remove or otherwise disable or reduce the effectiveness of emissions control equipment on a motor vehicle.
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Obstruction means any circumstance relating to the whole or any part of the Infrastructure or private siding, including debris or other objects on the Infrastructure, which has the potential to cause a disruption to or cancellation by QR Network of Train Services or Train Movements and includes any Network Incident but does not include an Operational Constraint imposed by QR Network;
Subsidence means the lowering of the natural land surface in response to earth movements; lowering of fluid pressure; removal of underlying supporting material by mining or solution of solids, either artificially or from natural causes; compaction due to wetting (Hydrocompaction); oxidation of organic matter in soils; or added load on the land surface.
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