Warranted in a sentence | Use of the word warranted examples

“An announcement about further payments will be made in the coming months if warranted,” Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said.

It’s warranted, for one thing, with Dawn finally realizing that her past didn’t really exist and that she was created by monks.

APPEALS COURT SAYS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S 2018 REVISIONS TO THE BAN ALSO warranted RECONSIDERATION OF THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION

There’s a binding part, in which the SJA certifies that a case is “warranted by the evidence.”

The full results on Friday morning show that the shock was entirely warranted.

The tone changed to get really aggressive.” Parks’ concern is warranted.

They said that Guillory’s threats during the negotiations were substantial enough to interfere with the GM deal, and thus warranted the initial lawsuit.

But the hype itself is warranted.

It is also a pause warranted by the economic data.

In at least 10 of those cases, FSCO staff found possible breaches of Ontario law that they felt warranted action.

While the prosecutors did not suggest a specific sentence, they said leniency was warranted given Patten’s assistance.

“My decision is not a finding that crimes have been committed or that any prosecution is warranted.

“My decision is not a finding that crimes have been committed or that any prosecution is warranted.

And I don’t think that’s warranted.

I think skepticism is entirely warranted.

I think skepticism about every single model for supporting serious journalism is warranted.

Some concern was warranted.

The Audit Committee could also be empowered to oversee a response to any such issues, including a potential investigation, if warranted.

In 2015, he convinced the state legislature to give him prosecutorial authority, arguing that widespread voter fraud warranted it.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said the allegations warranted further review.

But when shooting was warranted, officers pulled the trigger more quickly against black suspects than white ones.

Prosecutors had not suggested a specific sentence but said leniency was warranted given Patten’s cooperation with the special counsel’s probe.

Menendez scoffed at the administration’s contention that the threat from Iran was an emergency that warranted so many weapons sales to third countries.

E-cigarette proponents say the alternate definitions are warranted because the products do not burn tobacco.

So jumping to the conclusion that people should stop giving gifts is by itself is not necessarily warranted.

Trump appeared to suggest Democrats’ Afghanistan trip warranted similar treatment.

These were and are highly assertive men, and aggressive when circumstances warranted, but who were also decorous and honorable; in a word, gentlemen.

In private, McCarthy himself has alluded to one of the reasons an investigation of Trump is warranted.

“I definitely think ‘empowerment’ gets thrown around way more than is warranted when it comes to fashion, lifestyle, and consumption choices,” she said.

And given Wolff’s weakness for gossip and the questions raised about some of his juicy tidbits so far, a skeptical eye seems warranted.

Indeed, the first image ever taken from space hasn’t even warranted its own snazzy nickname like its more famous successors.

It would not have surprised me if he had come out and said, yes I think 50 basis points is warranted.

In fact, the Court said that no one should “underestimate this Court’s power to grant relief in the future if it is warranted.”

Pets and family were exempt, and I just couldn’t think of five material objects that warranted a place on such a precious list.

He did not seem thrilled about the idea, but he said the circumstances warranted it.

But this year has been “noteworthy,” he said, and warranted an update on what scientists see in the data.

“My decision is not a finding that crimes have been committed or that any prosecution is warranted.

I wanted out.” Further inquiry pertaining to “soul valve” technology seems warranted.

Clerical (as in clergy, in addition to documentation and administrative tasks) team warranted.

Because tampons), and even warranted a tweet from First Lady Michelle Obama.

On the other hand, the Constitution gives little hint of when a contested removal would be warranted.

And they did not conduct any of the ambush interviews that are commonly given in cases where criminal prosecution is warranted.

Or was it simply the fact that he’s good, and his team is winning, that warranted punishment?

During the veto signing ceremony, Trump explained why he felt a national emergency was warranted to stop migrants from entering the US.

If you really fear that the fabric of the country is fraying, strict measures to hold it together seem warranted.

Yet, it’s worth noting that even the current record has warranted speculation.

I hope they give Mueller greater statutory powers, including protection from removal, and push through impeachment charges if Mueller deems them warranted.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Wednesday accepted Comey’s recommendation that no criminal charges were warranted and closed the case.

Perkins argued that the good Trump could do for evangelicals made up for his un-biblical behavior and warranted a free pass.

There is a convergence, and I think the convergence is going to continue, and it’s warranted.

Only time will tell if Winter’s optimism is warranted.

A flawed assessment of where the neutral rate is could keep policies looser than warranted by the real economy.

It was unclear if he took any action to determine if the complaints were warranted.

That’s probably my interest in playing characters with a level of intensity that may not be warranted.

Throughout his career, McMaster has never been shy to voice his criticism when he believes it is warranted.

Reed said that The Intercept “will publish further corrections” if they are warranted.

Mostly because I felt I had done nothing that warranted an apology.

But it is critical that you know that we would never undertake actions like that unless the conduct in question warranted it.”

The vast social science literature on this topic is inconclusive (so far), but two conclusions are warranted:

In a criminal proceeding, she explained, a perpetrator potentially faces incarceration; therefore, higher protections for the accused are warranted.

Apple CEO Tim Cook promised to look into Absher to see if the criticism was warranted.

warranted or not, there is a lot of friction in our country right now around law enforcement and the communities they serve.

“I think the opprobrium that you’ve generated on some of these spending decisions is actually warranted,” Costello told Pruitt.

Savvy politicians understand this, and craft messages that stoke that innate vigilance (whether concern is warranted or not).

Bullard dissented, arguing that weak inflation and uncertainties about the outlook for economic growth warranted a rate cut.

Its first season warranted a $100 million budget, which suggests HBO is hoping it will grow to fill the void of George R.R.

Buckley had thought the tragedy in the newsroom warranted national attention.

“Commissioner Goodell determined there was no violation of the personal conduct policy and no further action is warranted.”

He took no position on whether prosecution was warranted, but evidently believes there’s enough evidence to justify having the feds take a look.

(Insert your own “domination of the patriarchy continues” remark here—it’s warranted!)

Since then, questions have been raised about whether the extreme measure was warranted, from organizations like the Committee to Protect Journalists.

It recently debuted at TIFF to similar adulation—and from the looks of this trailer, the hype is warranted.

“A life sentence is not warranted for the minor role that I played in this conspiracy.”

“My decision is not a finding that crimes have been committed or that any prosecution is warranted,” Rosenstein said in a DOJ press release.

Some of the attack is warranted.

“We felt this warranted the sudden and immediate disruption of our lives,” he recounted in an interview with CNN.

Bullard dissented, arguing that weak inflation and uncertainties about the outlook for economic growth warranted a rate cut.

Yet operating drones near airliners is one of those situations where strict liability is warranted.

“Having done so, the Court must nonetheless conclude that the Tribe has not demonstrated that an injunction is warranted here.”

“Having done so, the Court must nonetheless conclude that the Tribe has not demonstrated that an injunction is warranted here.”

Psychological testing may be performed, if warranted.”

“An investigation clearly is warranted.”

The investigation had identified 16 service personnel that had “warranted consideration for appropriate administrative or disciplinary action.”

This is legitimate and honest and deeply democratic,” adding only the use of violence to impose views warranted the extreme-right tag.

I suppose that is a legitimate evidentiary factor, but Barr may be imputing more thoughtfulness or awareness to Trump than is warranted.

That’s not to dismiss this research, but it does suggest caution is warranted.

With a hung jury and now an acquittal under its belt, the complaint seems warranted.

The FBI concluded that no criminal charges against Clinton were warranted, but Comey said she and her colleagues had been “careless” with classified information.

If not, a formal investigation would be warranted, USDA spokeswoman Tanya Espinosa said.

While lending standards have improved, following stringent oversight by APRA in recent months, Byres said more prudence was warranted.

The Tempe Police will submit their findings to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office to determine if criminal charges are warranted.

However, I underestimated two things, and both of them make pessimism more warranted.

The department also is reviewing its 911 protocol to see whether changes are warranted.

Their emphasis on the company’s fundamentals are warranted.

We’ll make it clear when deadly force is warranted, and when it isn’t.

Menendez scoffed at the administration’s contention that the threat from Iran was an emergency that warranted so many weapons sales to third countries.

But beyond that, differences in opinion may emerge with regards to when (or for whom) gender transition may be warranted.

But the individual justices decide for themselves whether recusal is warranted or necessary.

Was honorable discharge warranted?

None of this a bother and none of it—except the sun thing—is warranted.

He has said it is too early to decide whether prolonging the deal is warranted, and that the situation would be clearer in April-May.

We agreed I should do so if circumstances warranted.

And neither the FBI nor the Justice Department found that a criminal case was warranted.

When the number was positive, the electric car was cleaner and therefore warranted a subsidy.

On average, a U.S. county warranted an EV tax of $742.

It said that no follow-up was warranted at the MB1 target area either.

And the department may “review of country conditions to determine if removal from the designated country of origin list is warranted,” the spokesperson concluded.

The reason why nobody has been arrested at the bay is because there hasn’t been an incident that has warranted an arrest.”

Attorneys say they will leave it to the Attorney Grievance Committee to determine if sanctions are warranted or even disbarment for Mosby.

Some of this surprise was warranted.

The central government has removed the Mossos’ chief, Josep Lluis Trapero, and said units could be replaced if warranted.

“My clients do not intend to cease publication, no such retraction will occur and no apology is warranted,” she said.

In closing arguments on Thursday, prosecutor Rick Hubbard said the murders of children under age 11 warranted the death penalty.

Investors’ complacency in this regard may be warranted.

Therefore, impeachment would not be warranted.

Putin reiterated that dialogue with North Korea was warranted, and said Kim now wanted to calm the situation.

“Having done so, the Court must nonetheless conclude that the Tribe has not demonstrated that an injunction is warranted here,” the decision said.

Stephens did not evaluate the material to determine whether secrecy was warranted, as required by state law, and he provided no rationale.

But neither emotion is warranted.

“The U.S. stock market has climbed higher on lofty expectations of a new presidency, but we think greater caution is warranted,” Rosenbluth said.

It’s rare that the phrase “shocked the world” is really warranted when it comes to celebrity news.

Such inquiries are carried out to determine if a formal investigation of an incident is warranted.

The Eighth Circuit held that the girlfriend’s testimony had been “totally believable,” and therefore the sentence enhancement warranted.

But is this degree of concern warranted?

APPEALS COURT SAYS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S 2018 REVISIONS TO THE BAN ALSO warranted RECONSIDERATION OF THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION

Further studies are warranted to examine depression as a potential adverse effect of hormonal contraceptive use,” the researchers wrote in their study.

said in interviews with CBS and Politico that the June 13 attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman warranted a retaliatory strike.

But, there’s no way that warranted a draw on the scorecards of those sat ringside.

So insiders’ skepticism that allegations against Weinstein and similar figures would actually affect those men’s careers in substantial ways is perfectly warranted.

Stephens did not evaluate the material to determine whether secrecy was warranted, as required by state law, and he provided no rationale.

He added that a revised retirement age is also warranted “But that will have to be brought in gradually,” he said.

She would hate such an accolade, but it’s warranted nonetheless.

“We are manoeuvring in a highly volatile environment and it is not warranted to make any sudden moves,” Nagy said.

Bullard dissented, arguing that weak inflation and uncertainties about the outlook for economic growth warranted a rate cut.

The prosecution countered that due to the severe nature of his crime, a life sentence was warranted.

In severe cases, surgery may be warranted.

“The warrant is void ab initio, suppression is warranted and the good-faith exception is inapplicable,” Clealy wrote.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that an investigation is warranted, and needed, and he’s right.

Saini argues that an abundance of caution with these off-label uses of drugs is always warranted.

Still, even some of the more optimistic strategists say a sector allocation shift is warranted.

Watercolors that O’Keeffe produced during her summers in Charlottesville comprise the bulk of the exhibition and amply demonstrate that her enthusiasm was warranted.

That means hitting the streets in peaceful protest—or engaging in less peaceful direct actions when warranted (that’s your call).

After the meeting, top Republicans said, further discussion was warranted to ensure the two sides don’t splinter.

Frishman also believes further study is warranted.

The Tempe police will submit their findings to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office to determine if criminal charges are warranted.

McGinn and her partner met with Brandenburg several times, offering evidence they believed warranted criminal charges.

Do you think the fear around toxoplasmosis is warranted?

In fact, Moon insisted in the past that only his country can decide if a fight with North Korea is warranted.

Afaf Nasher, the executive director of CAIR in New York, said the slurs warranted an investigation into a possible bias motive.

These were cases in which American talent was obviously available, so they shouldn’t have warranted H-1B workers.

In the wake of the massive catastrophe of the Great Recession, another sustained drive is warranted.

Though the Inspector General is empowered to recommend criminal charges, if warranted, such an outcome is highly unlikely on these facts.

In “some jurisdictions” a policy response may be warranted as insurance, Carney said, in an apparent reference to the United States.

We continue to provide consultative support to UPMC and will investigate as warranted.”

“On the whole, I think caution is certainly warranted -political uncertainty persists if anything,” said Credit Agricole’s Valentin Marinov.

Eventually the sound became so identifiable it warranted its own handle.

But, the more I think about it the more I wonder… is that warranted?

In that spirit, FERC will begin a process of gathering information on the subject to determine if further action is warranted.

Regardless of who wins the Joshua vs. Klitschko encounter, a fight with either one against Wilder would be entertaining and warranted.

The refs issued a Flagrant 1, and Jeff Van Gundy came in with the hottest of takes, saying that there was no flagrant warranted.

“However, since concerned voices are speaking up nearly three years later, additional review is warranted.

“I have complete confidence in the capability of my colleagues to determine when recusal is warranted,” Roberts wrote.

New works by the duo and Christopher Johnson are currently on view at Lazy Susan Gallery in an exhibit titled warranted Non-Compliance.

We continue to provide consultative support to UPMC and will investigate as warranted,” Hutcheson told CNN.

warranted Non-Compliance will be on view at Lazy Susan Gallery in the Lower East Side until June 5.

Asked if he felt any of the concerns raised about Puzder were warranted, Alexendar appeared to address Puzder’s hiring of the undocumented immigrant.

is reaching out to Bennett to determine if a criminal investigation is warranted.

And they have refused to lock up individuals longer than otherwise warranted at the request of federal agents seeking to deport them.

“Caution is probably warranted when using testosterone replacement therapy in frail elderly males and those with a high degree of cardiovascular risk,” he said.

What’s more, the president can decide unilaterally to declassify any classified information he wants if he feels it’s warranted.

He said if the FBI uncovers any sort of wrongdoing with regard to the Trump campaign and Russia, a special prosecutor would be warranted.

In a separate statement, she said, “If warranted, we may conduct further investigation.

After 13 years of occasional social blazing, the excruciating pain of a prolapsed disc in his lower back warranted an OxyContin prescription.

That focus is warranted.

They argued that the laugh warranted charges because it was disruptive of congressional proceedings.

North Korea’s move to bar Malaysians from leaving warranted a retaliatory response, Malaysia’s deputy leader said.

A government official who is responsible for cyber security told Reuters “abrupt” policy changes towards Huawei were not warranted after the arrests.

Following the after-action review, Votel told the Senate that no additional investigations were warranted.

Asked about his attempt to block the change, King told CNN he didn’t believe abolitionist Harriet Tubman’s work warranted it.

A cop who interacts with black residents in his town might realize that many of his previous prejudices, implicit or not, weren’t warranted.

If that determination is made, it will be up to Votel to determine if further action is warranted.

If that determination is made, it will be up to Votel to decide if further action is warranted.

And a handful of Senate Republicans have flatly said that Nunes’ actions warranted the creation of a special commission independent of Congress.

As the opioid crisis has demonstrated, doctors’ initial resistance to opioids was well warranted: Opioids are, indeed, very addictive and dangerous.

“Further examination on how to optimally counsel women about surgical options is warranted,” the authors of that study wrote.

Her reluctance to initially come forward was warranted — not because her memory isn’t perfect, but because what she has to say invites danger.

None of these issues got the thorough examination they warranted.

Whatever it is that we have decided that with most industries a certain amount of regulatory intervention or trust-busting is warranted.

I quickly discovered that Jon’s cries of joy were indeed warranted but not perhaps for the reason you might expect.

Kristen Dudley, a psychologist and a member of the Pennsylvania Sexual Offenders Assessment Board, countered that the designation was warranted.

Sure, sometimes the “lone genius” trope is warranted.

They warranted Comey’s dismissal even before Trump was sworn in.

Barr believes DOJ’s current handling of FCA cases protects federal interests and no longer thinks a constitutional challenge is warranted, the source said.

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio said that a special prosecutor could later be warranted but wanted the Senate intelligence committee to finish its investigation first.

“If there was ever a time when the circumstances warranted a special prosecutor, it is right now,” Schumer said.

He never stopped monitoring field operations and jumping in when he felt it was warranted.

The big question now is whether those fears are warranted.

Bullard dissented, arguing that weak inflation and uncertainties about the outlook for economic growth warranted a rate cut.

He told them they would “find that things happen to you that you do not deserve and that are not always warranted.”

concluded it was well beyond the statute of limitations, and “Therefore, an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the evidence is not warranted.”

Like we told you … the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department wants to talk to Bennett to see if a criminal investigation is warranted.

“Greater transparency would thus be warranted, I believe.” Reporting By Francesco Canepa; Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky

It is never invited, wanted or warranted.

In his answers to the Judiciary Committee, Sessions said the greater goal should be “assurance of warranted punishment.”

“In the course of the investigation, if charges are warranted, I’m sure the district attorney’s office will bring them.”

But there’s another possibility that’s left unmentioned: Perhaps the FISA surveillance on Page revealed disturbing Russian connections that warranted continued surveillance.

We agreed I should do so if circumstances warranted.

We agreed I should do so if circumstances warranted.

We agreed I should do so if circumstances warranted.

“Yes, if it made a sudden, unexplainable turn that would certainly have warranted further exploration,” Knight added.

Bullard dissented, arguing that weak inflation and uncertainties about the outlook for economic growth warranted a rate cut.

“It’s probably warranted that you need somewhat of a rate cut priced in.

In the Senate, there were enough Republicans who didn’t believe the charges warranted Clinton’s removal from office.

He’s obviously right that this is a hard problem, and that caution is warranted.

However, a finding of wrongdoing would likely be left to Congress to consider whether it warranted criminal impeachment.

Is that caution warranted?

But 51 percent of Republicans (and 47 percent of independents) believe force should be warranted if a protester begins to act violently.

But campaigners like Greenpeace transport specialist Sarah Fayolle say taxation and other regulation is warranted by the urgent need to slash emissions.

“It was warranted, man,” Upton said of his benching.

During that time, the type of support I needed warranted a real understanding of what happened to my body and mind.

Salamoni’s “termination is warranted,” writes Broome, who notes she was “shocked and appalled by this information.”

They say that limiting a patient’s use of these drugs “to instances and durations where it is medically indicated may be warranted.”

I am not at all shy about indicting food industry elements for crimes against human health when I feel that is warranted.

“Urgent action is warranted on the specification and quantification of the foreseen debt relief measures,” he said.

Meanwhile, trade talks between the U.S. and China have resumed, though analysts at ING warned on Monday that caution is still warranted.

“It’s probably warranted that you need somewhat of a rate cut priced in.

“It’s such a broad issue in society that we thought it warranted this kind of review,” Canty told Mashable.

Our nimble culture allowed us to adjust to the ever-changing circumstances and make changes on the fly as the situation warranted.

“And if there is a termination, we just want to make sure, through judicial review, that it was warranted,” he added.

It’s important to note … DCFS closed out its investigation after concluding Brad did nothing that warranted official action.

“We notice ourselves paying concentrated attention to this information and assume that it must be warranted attention,” Cialdini said.

Smith didn’t draw his firearm that day because he “didn’t think it was warranted.

(Though as consumer apps predominantly relying on advertising revenue, some comparisons are warranted.)

Still, the possibility that something occurred serious enough to halt production warranted a more straightforward and honest account than the usual bag of tricks.

Make his attorney general prove that reigniting of the war on drugs is warranted.

Because if they’d read your quotes…at the very least it warranted a phone call.Yeah.

Both brewers and members of Congress think this is excessive, arguing that the rise is greater than warranted by the imposition of tariffs alone.

Wednesday night I asked a friend, Rabbi Andy Bachman, if something akin to an excommunication was warranted or even possible.

And previous hints from his associates that he might have game-changing information have gone up in smoke, so some skepticism is warranted.

“The Minister has made the determination that the conferring of diplomatic immunity is warranted in this particular instance,” the statement said.

As if sitting on your couch on your laptop warranted a livestream.

A cop who interacts with black residents in his town might realize that many of his previous prejudices, implicit or not, weren’t warranted.

“We intend to provide law enforcement authorities with the details from our investigation and ask for aggressive prosecution when warranted,” it added.

I wouldn’t suggest dismissing it altogether, but a healthy amount of skepticism is warranted.

A bit of caution is warranted.

That kind of wariness is warranted.

At the time, many lawmakers on both sides of the aisle conceded that bump stocks were dangerous and warranted tighter regulation.

I can’t think of a right-wing conspiracy claim that turned out to be warranted, however.

He says what is usually a 10-15 minute trip took about an hour, but that the effort was warranted.

“We are approaching a time when a comprehensive reconsideration of the monetary policy framework is likely warranted,” Rosengren said.

These concerns seem warranted.

He could also reduce it if he believed the defendant’s age, health or other circumstances warranted it.

A judge found that Carter’s encouragement and participation in Roy’s death warranted the conviction.

“[His] interaction with Mr. Jones didn’t violate any standard operating procedures so further inquiry isn’t warranted.”

In an interview with CNBC just before the market close, Kudlow said he believed tougher trade measures against China were warranted.

It took longer, but it seems that his concerns were warranted.

The FBI reviewed her emails for classified material, but it found that no criminal charges were warranted.

“Retaining the option to re-calibrate (asset purchases) if warranted is consistent with the forward guidance.” (Reporting by Balazs Koranyi; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)

It’s fear, whether that fear is warranted or not.

Past experience — particularly as it relates to health care reform — would also suggest caution is warranted.

Still, even some of the more optimistic strategists say a sector allocation shift is warranted.

The high level of concern on Bali, one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, is warranted.

That being said, flexing is warranted in this case because us Canadians are usually too humble for our own good.

“Thus, heightened global surveillance for the dissemination of scarlet fever is warranted.”

“It’s probably warranted that you need somewhat of a rate cut priced in.

The 33-page memorandum opinion centered on Rayyan’s messages to Jannah, with the judge stating that concerns about public safety warranted a longer sentence.

“It’s probably warranted that you need somewhat of a rate cut priced in.

In other words, fearing things more often than it’s going to turn out to be warranted.

Firing the harasser is not always warranted — although if reports are true, Lauer had to go.

Greater pushback against Iran’s regional ambitions is, in my view, warranted.

The Trump administration just isn’t taking the damage here as seriously as is warranted.

Frankly, such anxiety is warranted.

While Carr’s caution is warranted, some of the evidence, as Rid pointed out, is damning.

I may have done, it’s quite possible I did this when it wasn’t warranted.

His point … a ban is only warranted for criminals.

That’s not to say allegations about the Corker Kickback are warranted.

is reaching out to Bennett to determine if a criminal investigation is warranted.

Excluding metal earmarked for physical load-out, there are just 119,725 tonnes of warranted material, the lowest amount since September last year.

“Larger clinical trials are warranted,” she said.

A strong civil society movement saw the disease get the political—and scientific—attention it warranted.

Beijing says that the measures are warranted given its security concerns.

Like many others, I didn’t take this election as seriously as it warranted until the day it was over.

Some of this is warranted and important.

The FBI will at times begin an inquiry as a preliminary step before deciding whether an investigation is warranted.

A judicial council admonished Kozinski but concluded no further discipline was warranted.

We agreed I should do so if circumstances warranted.

Herman said after the game that Ward was about “70 to 80 percent” and could have played if the game situation warranted.

It will be accompanied by the relevant agencies weighing in on their interests and contextual underlying intelligence, if warranted.

“It is clear that the conditions upon which Syria’s designation was based continue to exist, therefore an extension is warranted under the statute.”

A judicial council admonished Kozinski but concluded no further discipline was warranted.

But many experts agree with Gates that it’s warranted.

Kaplan and Bostic each said they still expect three hikes will be warranted.

If warranted, Mueller can recommend charges to a grand jury.

(While hers was a rare case that warranted a hospital, abortion is generally quite safe and can be performed in an outpatient setting.)

The FBI investigated Clinton but ultimately found that no criminal charges were warranted.

Over 80% of Americans agree that a background check prior to purchasing a firearm is warranted, according to several polls.

Recognize their positive efforts when it’s genuine and warranted.

Nothing warranted it.

After conducting an investigation, the IG is free to make recommendations for criminal charges or other remedial measures as warranted.

It may seem crazy to say in this day and age, but sometimes a little optimism is warranted.

And this caution is warranted.

There has never been a time in the world of lung cancer where having hope is so warranted.

Skepticism is surely warranted.

“We strongly believe we will demonstrate that no criminal charges are warranted.

Heyward had already lost faith in electoral politics, but he decided that, given Thompson’s background, this candidate warranted his allegiance.

Skepticism is warranted, as the blockchain hype is certainly excessive.

Some caution about whether the document’s orders will be implemented, however, is warranted.

For this reason, the appointment of a special counsel with a broad mandate was warranted.

The FBI and DCFS both closed out their investigations, determining no action was warranted.

New Orleans is off to the NFC Championship game for the first time since 2009 … so the celebration seemed warranted.

Hofer says the FAA determined no disciplinary action was warranted, adding, “Mr. Ford retains his pilot’s certificate without restriction.”

We also will further train our partners to better know when police assistance is warranted.

“My decision is not a finding that crimes have been committed or that any prosecution is warranted,” he said.

I send him a text—mi dispiace!—a perhaps unnecessarily emphatic Italian apology I feel is nevertheless warranted.

The barn-burner of a match between Manchester City and Liverpool certainly warranted a pitch invader.

I think both activism and prayer are well warranted in this case.

But Romney went on to warn that he would continue to call out the President when warranted.

Here are a couple other things I’m excited about right now, plus a new Devil Master track—believe me, the hype is warranted.

If further investigation is warranted, the complaint is passed along to an investigations team to conduct interviews with witnesses and more.

Insofar as it’s warranted to feel pity for triple-A video game developers, spare a thought for Arkane Studios.

Asked if he thinks the ADAMS officials’ security concerns are warranted, Narvaiz doesn’t hesitate.

“Based on this information, and following our standard protocol, no further investigation was warranted.

Actress Polly Bergen bled for days after her illegal abortion, and stigma made her feel that her suffering was somehow warranted.

“The Inspector General’s office will determine what investigations or actions are warranted regarding these allegations and complaints,” the statement said at the time.

But not all psychologists agree the designation is warranted.

It is entirely unclear how this is accomplished, and it seems like this might have warranted some of its own guidelines.

Whether or not the subject warranted an entire study… that’s up to you.

(The union) sued him and many agents refused to follow his directive to close cases that weren’t warranted for immigration prosecution.

The university said it also has been in contact with law enforcement and prosecutors in case a criminal investigation is warranted.

I often teeter between a sense of guilt for emotionally distancing myself from him and a feeling of downright warranted detachment.

But the real point here is should he, is it warranted by the facts?”

“UFC holds athletes who compete in the organization to the highest standard and will continue to take appropriate action, if and when warranted.

It could be used to show it was incidental and bad luck and thus a suspension might not be warranted.

It’s fun watching the plucky upstarts, but it’s also fun watching two powerful teams compete, especially when the attention is warranted.

“I don’t think that’s warranted.

But in this case, it was warranted.

“A discount is warranted as investors are skeptical about how successful the rollout will be,” Buch told Reuters this week.

“Southwest Key always works with law enforcement to bring the full force of the law to bear when it is warranted.”

“The people distrust the government, and that distrust is warranted.

The center is advising officials to establish plans to monitor and, when warranted, respond to misinformation on social media.

But his reputation as a paper champion is warranted.

Maybe they have deliberately chosen to withhold their voices until the cause or social issue of most importance warranted a strong and unified voice.

“I think it’s only common sense that we should not trigger volatility with abrupt moves, so some gradualism is probably warranted,” he added.

The neighbors eventually decided the issue warranted a call to Child Protective Services.

We cannot rule out a cut larger than 25 basis points (either) if warranted,” the report said.

But the Justice Ministry said no criminal investigation was warranted because the video did not call for violence.

He further said the officers felt the force was warranted because Johnson declined to sit down.

EPA spokesman John Konkus told CNN the agency would also investigate if further action was warranted.

Had Lewinsky exhibited anger, it would have been more than warranted.

When warranted, the FBI reviews allegations in a fair, accurate, and impartial manner,” the FBI said.

Sometimes the suppression was warranted.

“Therefore, an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the evidence is not warranted and the matter is declined.”

In this episode of Ask a Bro, we wanted to find out whether all the bad things we thought about vapers were really warranted.

And while most of the media ridicule is warranted, there can be benefits associated with drinking your produce.

There is still healthy, and warranted, skepticism about Tesla’s near-term production capabilities,” Spak in a client note on Thursday.

Heenan’s in-story skepticism was warranted.

“Though rare, anonymity is warranted in extraordinary circumstances.”

These concerns are warranted and not inconsequential.

However, since concerned voices are speaking up nearly three years later, additional review is warranted.

“However, since concerned voices are speaking up nearly three years later, additional review is warranted.

But is this pushback against machines warranted?

Investors want to verify that their trust is warranted.

“We believe it is not warranted given the long term relationship between the two countries, and Saudi being the swing oil producer.”

How much distrust is warranted, and how much is paranoia?

But soon, due to colonization, brujería became a taboo practice that warranted prosecution and, for those considered full-blown witches, execution.

“If warranted to achieve its objective, the Governing Council will act by using all the instruments available within its mandate,” Draghi said.

Wells Fargo has also said it charged customers auto insurance they didn’t need and mortgage fees that weren’t warranted.

APPEALS COURT SAYS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S 2018 REVISIONS TO THE BAN ALSO warranted RECONSIDERATION OF THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION

When asked if perhaps his crime warranted a stricter punishment, Bourassa appears stumped.

Gail said in a statement she was disappointed with the decision and believed Amiott’s termination was warranted.

When warranted, the agency routinely takes legal enforcement action against violators.” Shares of Allegiant were down 2.65 percent in afternoon trading.

In both cases their affection for the hated rodent may be warranted.

These histories provide the necessary context for jurors to make a reasoned, moral decision about whether a sentence of death is warranted.

Goldman meanwhile argued durable drivers had emerged that warranted re-investments in the business and that a “normalization” was underway for fixed income trading.

A new study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics also supports the notion that sesame labeling could be warranted.

The Olympics, by comparison, have hardly warranted a mention.

“They have consistently proven that their empowerment and trust is warranted.

“However, we are confident that misdemeanor charges are warranted.”

Hoover agreed that their music was offensive and warranted investigation.

And as you can see, those charges are wildly overstated and produced a sentence far more serious than Lundgren’s actual crime warranted.

Some are questioning whether such a sharp discount is warranted.

“There are certain moments in history where leadership is warranted, even if there is political or financial risk,” Levine said.

That’s a hefty price for a fruit, but warranted for something that has to be flown by plane from India.

We think that the rise in longer-term (Chinese) govvie…yields is probably not warranted,” DBS analysts said in a note.

Yet sometimes impeachment proceedings are warranted.

Skepticism of any future deals remains warranted.

During his first year as chairman, the evidence continued to mount, suggesting that impeachment proceedings were warranted.

In a statement, the bank said it would continue to ease policy if warranted by the inflation rate and macroeconomic situation.

Google and Uber are proof that platform economics can take time to develop, so the excitement may yet be warranted.

“I’m critical when it’s warranted,” Haley replied, adding, “The United States wants a relationship with Russia.

The probe turned up at total of 633 business transactions that warranted suspicion — worth about $2.3 million overall.

The central bank indicated at last month’s meeting that the economy likely warranted two rate increases in 2019.

Powell promises patience The central bank indicated at last month’s meeting that the economy likely warranted two rate increases in 2019.

“They have consistently proven that their empowerment and trust is warranted.

Why it matters: Skepticism is warranted for new health tech gadgets.

Her fears were warranted.

He even opened the door to tweaking the balance sheet strategy — if warranted.

“The hype around fintech is warranted in some respects given the opportunity we’re seeing.

Then if it’s warranted, BMW’s own iVentures platform could eventually be involved in financing some of the companies.

“Of course, the FTC always has the ability to investigate anticompetitive conduct should such action be warranted.”

Some research suggests that censoring images of active self-harm may be warranted, but the evidence is not conclusive.

“That scrutiny is understandable and warranted.

In other words, he’s willing to confuse and cause chaos when that is what is warranted.

I don’t know, I think the pessimism this year is warranted.”

But the renewed swell of interest and people trying to learn about the check-in protest may have warranted a swifter renewal of the trend.

Still, analysts said some caution was warranted when it came to potential shifts in BOJ policy given tepid inflation.

Schuster said the video of the missile tests indicated doubts about the abilities of the truck-mounted weapon expressed in earlier CNN reports were warranted.

A senior DOJ official said the questions stem from an assistant attorney general’s promise to determine whether a special counsel is warranted.

So, while Gustafsson’s loss to Cormier is still visible in the rear-view, it was competitive—and exciting enough—that a rematch would certainly be warranted.

Naturally, this drastic action has resulted in many spirited opinion pieces, but one in particular penned this weekend warranted a heavier response.

“There are a couple of movies that may have [warranted attention] but…it’s all subjective.

A meltdown ensues, which, seems completely warranted because Kristin’s staff are perpetually on the verge of getting fired.

— Analysis: The case surrounding Jussie Smollett and his attack may have warranted skepticism from the start.

Mandelblit issued a long statement which did not detail the matters being investigated but said the information warranted questioning under caution.

Ultimately, a prosecutor will weigh all the facts and determine if a criminal prosecution of McCabe is appropriate and warranted.

The proper constitutional remedy, however, would not be removal through the 25th Amendment but rather investigation and, if warranted, impeachment.

Semmle has warranted this kind of interest by taking a unique approach to finding vulnerabilities in code.

“That’s why the postmarket study is warranted,” he says.

Still, when you’re searching for safety in your fantasy first round, some skepticism is warranted.

He also said a new election is warranted since the public’s confidence had been undermined.

We will take appropriate action as warranted based on the facts.”

The volatility is warranted, because Trump is more isolated and more self-certain than ever.

“It is our goal that all reports of abuse are subject to complete law enforcement review and investigation as warranted.”

“The person reporting the crime [Heard] did not insist on a report and no report was warranted.

She should be returned to the United States and granted due process in facing whatever legal proceedings are warranted against her.

I don’t think that’s warranted in this case.”

He further stated that he doesn’t feel an apology is warranted.

Of course he doesn’t feel an apology is warranted.

“It may be that the rules actually had been too restrictive, and this was an area where some flexibility was actually warranted,” he said.

Since 1983, our financial institutions and our economy at large have dramatically changed, so a review of the definition is certainly warranted.

Hrabar suggested that another round might be warranted in a year or two when the company decides to scale and expand into other verticals.

In this case, some caution is warranted.

Sure, Cersei’s approach is harsh — but when the realm is finally safe and at peace, her evil will have been warranted.

“Although diagnostic caution is warranted, functional neurological disorders are common genuine disorders that can affect anyone, including hardworking diplomatic staff.”

“They are more concerned with whether or not specific applications of genome editing are medically warranted.”

The song, the trial court ruled, constituted a “true threat to the victims” and warranted no First Amendment protection.

But she also attempted to take a more measured approach, telling CNN that she would only support breaking up companies if it is warranted.

Further study is warranted.

She told Farrow and Mayer that she believes an FBI investigation of Kavanaugh’s actions is warranted.

The government’s intervention in this instance was warranted and may have helped yield the positive outcome.

Lam explained that the increased power warranted by the Conservatives’ controversial sex work reform bill adds a layer of complication.

During those controversial remarks in 2016, Comey said his public statement was “unusual” but warranted.

Besides, the criticism sure seems warranted.

As a result, the institute said it does not believe the “reassurance” from the FDA was warranted.

Zendaya weighed in on Instagram, suggesting that Melania’s words warranted some serious side-eye.

The firm added that the appointment of a Third Point representative to Campbell’s board would not be warranted at this time.

The response to Mnuchin’s arrogance — his public pillorying when the video started to get around online — was fully warranted.

“In light of these factors, the dissident has presented a compelling case that change at the board level is warranted,” the report said.

Southwest Key always works with law enforcement to bring the full force of the law to bear when it is warranted.”

“Just based on all the evidence and the entire situation, we felt like charges were not warranted in this particular case.”

During presidential debates in which the pair have sparred on human rights and national security, the issue has not warranted a single mention.

But today, as she continues to bombard us all with short stories, e-books, and tweets, perhaps an apology is warranted?

NHTSA said it is reviewing Kim’s materials and “will take appropriate action as warranted”.

In other words, stocks were overvalued and a decline was warranted.

A doctor at my new, close-to-home college, UC Santa Barbara, said that my persistent fear warranted treatment.

Steffen said an emergency was not warranted because the outbreak has not spread to any other country, though there’s nothing preventing its spread.

“And so we felt that warranted the extraordinary step of making a criminal referral,” he said.

Schiff said Congress is “having that conversation” whether impeachment is warranted or if it can “conduct the same oversight through a nonimpeachment process.”

Swift already has to deal with plenty of criticism (warranted and unwarranted).

Black Lives Matter focuses on ending state-sanctioned gun violence (racial profiling, shooting unarmed civilians/using lethal force where it isn’t warranted).

While the prosecutors did not suggest a specific sentence, they said leniency was warranted given Patten’s assistance.

However, the Trump administration argued that increased Iranian threats warranted a national security “emergency” to push through the package without congressional approval.

This would give Congress, in its oversight capacity, a workable framework for analyzing whether they believe that an impeachment inquiry is warranted.

(Other acts — for example, those relating to the investigation of Michael Flynn — could be considered, too, if warranted by the initial inquiry.)

After that, Congress, with informed input from their constituents, will be in the best position to determine whether an impeachment inquiry is warranted.

“In my professional judgment, the totality of the behavior warranted the recommendation for termination.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, on the other hand, said that he saw no “disorderly” moves in the market that warranted intervention.

So it’s all the more upsetting that the media’s scrutiny of Markle has warranted such responses from the Palace.

She asked the public for tips and said she has reached out to the FBI to see if federal hate crime charges are warranted.

Growing cracks in the structure warranted an immediate closure of SW 8th Street, the street onto which the bridge collapsed, the report said.

But all that enthusiasm may not be warranted.

After nearly two weeks spent traveling with the Slate, I can’t think of a single occasion that warranted removing it from the keyboard dock.

The company claimed that Saleh and his companions were disruptive, and that kicking them off the plane was warranted.

Based on the rules, Elliot’s flag is completely warranted, even if some argue the NFL is being too overbearing with touchdown celebrations.

Lawrence later told me he “really just wanted to check out the space.” His interest is warranted.

And given the social relevance of The Life of Pablo, it definitely warranted an Album of The Year nom, too.

Bullard had previously suggested a rate cut “may be warranted soon.”

“Additional discussion and analysis are warranted in light of the history of the Great Sioux Nation’s dispossessions of lands,” the agency stated.—Motherboard

It was St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who recently said that a rate cut may be “warranted soon”.

Naturally, I cannot abide abusers, and I think that often more complexity and pathos is awarded to abusers than is warranted.

Hughes noted that the lower court had applied a “reflexive form of deference” to the agency that was not warranted.

FAA officials questioned whether Johnson’s undocumented complaints of near-misses warranted action.

The look of disappointment is unmistakable and totally warranted.

The candidates will have one minute to respond to a question and 30 seconds for a follow up as warranted.

(Following a wave of predictable — and warranted — backlash, the site apologized in an edit note and parted ways with the essay’s author.)

But that study only captured issues that warranted a trip to the ER.

Mueller writes that he would have cleared Trump if the evidence warranted exoneration.

But is Ikea’s reputation as being a place for temporary furniture that you toss out after a few years warranted?

Mueller writes that he would have cleared Trump if the evidence warranted exoneration.

And while a complete overhaul isn’t always warranted, most of us do put in effort to keep our sets in tip-top shape.

warranted an ejection after getting a first technical foul.”

But those factors should not have warranted special treatment, especially for a case involving alleged serial abuse of minors.

They’re treated using traditional methods such as dressings, removing dead tissue, and skin grafting, if warranted.

Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space might not receive the same godlike praise as Loveless, but it’s every bit warranted.

Holiday believes a lesser charge is warranted, she said.

What follower was complete and utter chaos — warranted and welcome chaos as Moonlight no doubt deserved the historic win, but chaos nonetheless.

These facts alone warranted recusal” of the two attorneys, Hunter’s lawyers wrote in a court filing.

In fact, the hype is so warranted that its high-rise denim style amassed a wait list of over 1,000 people.

Earlier this week, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said a rate cut “may be warranted soon”.

The attention was warranted and needed.

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