• (adv): With respect to material aspects.
    Example: "Psychologically similar but materially different"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on materially:

Cottage Savings Association V. Commissioner
... of property") only if the exchanged properties are "materially different." This concept of "material difference" is not defined by an economic substitute test (whether various parties would consider ... embodied legally distinct entitlements (and so was "materially different" from) the 90% mortgage participation interest it received from the other savings associations ...
Ephraim P. Holmes - World War II
... shore installations and thereby contributed materially to the success of the landing operations." He was awarded the Silver Star for his actions on June 19, 1944 during the Battle of the ... away many others without casualty to his ship, he assisted materially in disrupting the enemy attack." From September to November 1944, he led Stockham in combat operations against ... Unit, provided a screen of heavy and accurate antiaircraft fire, assisting materially in repelling four determined enemy aircraft attacks and in shooting down at least one enemy ...
Types of Sampling Risk - Typical Scenarios
... data the sample supports the conclusion that the recorded account balance is not materially misstated when it is materially misstated ... supports the conclusion that the recorded amount balance is materially misstated when it is not materially misstated ...
Cottage Savings Association V. Commissioner - Majority Opinion
1.1001-1), which required that an exchange of materially different properties constitutes a realization under the Tax Code ... Marshall reasoned that properties materially differ for tax purposes when their respective possessors enjoy different legal entitlements from each ... The properties exchanged were "materially different." Marshall held that the participation interests exchanged by Cottage Savings and the other S Ls were "materially different ...
Mc Ghee V National Coal Board - Decision
... The House of Lords held that the risk of harm had been materially increased by the prolonged exposure to the dust ... fact that the man had to cycle home caked with grime and sweat added materially to the risk" The material increase in risk was treated as equivalent to a material ... the injury, but instead that the defendant's actions materially increased the risk of injury, and thus damage, to the plaintiff ...

More definitions of "materially":

  • (adv): To a significant degree.
    Example: "It aided him materially in winning the argument"

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