facially

IPA: fˈeɪʃʌɫi

adverb

  • Using or involving the face.
  • (law, of a law or regulation's validity) In a facial manner; on its face.

Examples of "facially" in Sentences

  • Janice belonged with him, everyone decided, at least facially; “Your kids would have the best faces,” Brittany said.
  • Also, equating the simplicity of a facially obvious equipment violation to a man holding a bloody knife is disingenuous.
  • [Celeb Jihad] - Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler Are On Again Ignore User she is very cute facially, that is enough for mass appeal
  • Given that Callahan wrote the opinion and it unanimously found the statute facially unconstitutional, it will be interesting to see how the Supreme Court rules.
  • Since he thought that a state could properly prevent doctors from aiding some people who wanted to die, he voted to sustain the statutes as not "facially" invalid.
  • In 2003, the Supreme Court, in the McConnell case, ruled this provision "facially" constitutional, meaning that it did not on its face violate the First Amendment or any other constitutional provision.
  • Davis, 426 U.S. 229 (1976) (showing racially discriminatory impact is not enough to prove a racial classification; for a law that is facially race neutral there also must be proof of racially discriminatory purpose).
  • The problem with that is that the AMA would fight you tooth and nail on that and their argument that any provisions to increase the number of doctors will sacrifice the quality of medical care is facially a pretty strong one.
  • Because the detriment to the child standard is necessary to protect the due process rights of nonconsenting biological parents, a conclusion that the General Assembly intended to abandon that standard would lead us to deduce that Code §§ 63.2 – 1203 and – 1205 facially violate the Fourteenth Amendment.
  • As a practical matter, a claim of selective prosecution is well nigh impossible to prove, absent an express admission of racial or ethnic animus or a situation so flagrant as that present in Yick Wo v. Hopkins, 118 U.S. 356 (1886) (facially neutral municipal ordinance enforced Chinese laundry operators, but not otherwise enforced).

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