There are mechanisms in place to allow them to get sentencing consideration but it matters not.
The mechanisms for enforcing the rules are toothless and totally unsuited for the task at hand.
In practice, we have mechanisms such as warranties which can halt the spiral.
The mechanisms to protest such abuses must be exercised regularly or they will be lost.
The White House argues that most of the mechanisms already are in place to ensure these goals are carried out.
It seemed that Miko was now testing the use of all his mechanisms.
We located four suits and helmets and the mechanisms to operate them.
These mechanisms had never been built before outside of France.
Had someone gone out this way and broken the mechanisms after him?
Of all the mechanisms on a 19th-century locomotive, the feed pump was the most troublesome.
mechanism mech·a·nism (měk'ə-nĭz'əm)
A machine or mechanical appliance.
The arrangement of connected parts in a machine.
A system of parts that operate or interact like those of a machine.
An instrument or a process by which something is done or comes into being.
The involuntary and consistent response of an organism to a given stimulus.
A usually unconscious mental and emotional pattern that dominates behavior in a given situation or environment.
The sequence of steps in a chemical reaction.
The philosophical doctrine that all natural phenomena are explicable by material causes and mechanical principles.