they are all equally likely, just like flipping a coin.
Flipping is not a swear word, but it can be offensive to some people. Freaking and flipping are both used to replace the F-word. So in my point of view, flipping would be a mild swear word. If I were you I just wouldn't say it. So it's kind of a bad word for Christians, but not as much as it would be a cuss word.
it just does, it just flipping does what it needs to. Don't even argue because im right you tit.
No it is not, it's just an idiom.
The "charge" to a jury is when the judge reads and explains the applicable law to the case the jury has just finished listening to, to aid and instruct them in their deliberation.
The answer I'm editing says the odds are 1 in 8. This is true only if you actually mean the probability of getting 3 tails in a row, rather than just 3 of either heads or tails in a row. In mentioned case, the first flip doesn't matter which side it lands on, just the proceeding two flips do. So, the odds of flipping a coin three times with the same outcome are 1 in 2^2 or 1 in 4. The odds of flipping three tails in a row are 1 in 2^3 or 1 in 8.
1/1.25 reciprocal of 1.25 is just flipping it
If you just mean flipping up into your nose to hide it, you don't need to wait at all! Got mine done and flipped it that night to hide from my mom
The short answer is, "DO NOT CLEAN YOUR COINS". If you have a coin with any collector value to it or, you are hoping to increase the value of a coin by cleaning it, any cleaning process will damage the finish of the coin by introducing tiny scratches or removing small quantities of metal. Any cleaning process will possibly render the coin worthless at worst. If you have a coin of no collector value and you would just like to make it look nice and shiny, you could use any of the commercially available jewellery cleaners.
The word unlikely means just that: it describes an event that probably won't happen. For example, winning the lottery, or flipping a coin ten times and getting only heads, or whales carrying out plots for world domination, are all unlikely.
Yes, this occurs after the case is concluded and just prior to the jury being sent to the jury room to begin their deliberations.
When referring to a particular grand jury (i.e.: The Essex County Grand Jury), yes. When simply just referring to grand juries in general no, it is not necessary.
Just think about flipping a coin... the chances of it landing on tails is 50% and the chances of it landing on heads is 50%. So unless the coined is tricked, than it should be exactly 50% for both heads and tails.
It is referred to as his "charge to the jury."
No, that just jury SELECTION; it's legal. Jury TAMPERING involves trying to influence a juror after she/he has been selected.
A butterfly can be used for self defence and for show I personally just enjoy flipping one.
It means she may be flirting with you or she may be just flipping her hair out of her face.
Wing flipping can mean or be done for a number of reasons. Birds of all species use it to fluff the feathers up or to get them to lay just right. It can be used to get attention or to emphasize a need. (Bird body language). Flipping the wings can also mean the bird is in some kind of distress.
Its simple. just talk to your friend about it. if they are your friend then they will understand and you can work somthing out. but what you musn't do it leave it to chance who gets the girl say flipping a coin the other friend will just gte jealous and u will lose your friendship. being a girl i think that friendship is more important and there are plenty more fish in the sea.
In the US, each county has a record of all eligible voters based upon voting records, drivers license records, or some other method. All those eligible voters are also eligible to be selected for jury service. So once every few years, your name will be called up (by a computer) to report for jury duty. If you're called, you will be placed into a jury pool, where you can be assigned to either criminal, civil, or grand jury cases. (Hence, jury trials can happen in just about any type of court- the only ones without jury trials would be specialized courts like family court, bankruptcy court, or small claims court.) Once you're assigned to the court, you will then be put through a process called voir dire. In this process, the lawyers for both sides will ask you questions to see if they think you are sufficiently impartial to be on the jury. If either the judge or one (or both) of the sides doesn't want you for the case, you are dismissed and go back to the jury pool for another case. If all sides agree, you're on the jury and you hear the case.
just call in sick
The prime numbers from 1-6 are 2, 3, 5 (1 is not prime). There are 3 prime numbers on a dice and 6 total. therefore the probability of rolling a prime is 3/6. The probability of getting a tails when flipping a coin is 1/2. Therefore you just multiply the two. 3/6 * 1/2 = 1/4
The front of a penny (Lincoln's profile) or the front of any coin is called the obverse or heads side, the back of a coin is known as the reverse or tails side. There is no jargon for the side or edge of a coin. Some coins have a ridge around the edge. The process for producing that ridge is ''milling''. Also, the corrugated edge of a coin, such as the quarter, is called a ''reeded edge''. The process for creating it is called ''knurling'' or, sometimes, just ''milling''.
A person may no be excused from jury duty just because they have a job. They also may not be excused just because they have children to attend to.