Definition of "remanding" [remanding]

  • Present participle of remand. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "remanding" in a sentence
  • "Bill Safire on Monday, September 15, in the New York Times called the remanding a step on the road to “this generation’s Yalta.”"
  • "The latter remedy would involve remanding the case to the Florida Supreme Court for development of standards and for such relief as that court deemed appropriate."
  • ""On the face of it, the crime is enormous in nature and its investigation is time consuming," said judge OP Saini , while remanding Mr. Raja and Mr. Balwa to more days in CBI custody."
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