Material

Material in United States

Material Definition

(1) That which enters into the erection or repair of any structure. It does not include tools or facilities used. 71 Pa. St. 293,
(2) That which is essential or important,

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Material Material in the Asian Legal Encyclopedia.
Material Material in the UK Legal Encyclopedia.
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Material Material in the Family Law Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
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Material Material in the Bankruptcy Law Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
Material Material in the Constitutional Law Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
Material Material in the Tax Law Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
Material Material in the and Finance and Banking Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
Material Material in the Employment and Labor Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
Material Material in the Personal Injury and Tort Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.
Material Material in the Environmental Law Portal of the American Encyclopedia of Law.

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(1) That which enters into the erection or repair of any structure. It does not include tools or facilities used. 71 Pa. St. 293,
(2) That which is essential or important,

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This definition of Material Is based on the The Cyclopedic Law Dictionary . This definition needs to be proofread..

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    Materials Technology@TMS Expands to Encompass a Wide Range of Technologies, JOM; August 1, 2008; Anonymous

    Materials and Surfaces for Energetics, JOM; September 1, 2008; Dahotre, Narendra B Seal, Sudipta

    NMAB defines Materials Research to meet 21st Century Defense Needs, plans review at TMS annual meeting, JOM; January 1, 2003; Anonymous

    Materials Break, Then Remake, Bonds to Build Strength, States News Service; August 4, 2013

    Materials Handbook: A Concise Desktop Reference, Chemical Engineering Progress; October 1, 2001; Sloely, Andrew

    ASM Materials Solutions Conference and Exposition 2000.(Brief Article), Advanced Materials & Processes; February 1, 2000

    “Materials Containing Voids with Void Size Controlled on the Nanometer Scale” in Patent Application Approval Process, Politics & Government Week; January 17, 2013

    Materials Aid EMI Suppression; These Materials Are Ideal for Use in Vehicular Collision-Avoidance Systems, as Well as for EMI Suppression in a Range of Applications from HF through Millimeter-Wave Frequencies, Microwaves & RF; February 1, 2012

    Material Solutions Conference and show. (Technical Conference)., Industrial Heating; September 1, 2002

    Materials for 21st Century INFRASTRUCTURE., Advanced Materials & Processes; October 1, 2000; Stein, Dale F.

    Aldrich Materials Science Endows New Materials Research Society Mid-Career Researcher Award., Biotech Week; June 8, 2011

    “Composite Materials for Battery Applications” in Patent Application Approval Process, Nanotechnology Weekly; November 26, 2012

    Materials, process.(Materials Manufacturers), Semiconductor International; December 1, 2004

    Minding the materials: how to take a materials engineering approach to product design.(testing, quality and standards), Appliance Design; August 1, 2005; Pfeifer, Michael

    Materials. (research and development), R & D; September 28, 1992; Studt, Tim

    Materials management’s broad sweep., Purchasing; January 15, 2009; Varmazis, Maria

    Materials for printed electronics expected to grow to $7.7 billion by 2012.(inkMARKET), Ink World; March 1, 2007

    Materials Informatics: Growing from the Bio World, JOM; July 1, 2006; Hunt, Warren H Jr

    Materials Data Integration Software Works in CAD/CAE/PLM Programs, Product News Network; November 8, 2013

    Materials Library: Exploring the Tactile Pleasures of Materials, JOM; June 1, 2005; Byko, Maureen

    Material in the context of Juvenile and Family Law

    Definition ofMaterial published by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges:Evidence that relates to a substantive part or element of a case.

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