(of an expression or tone of voice) Showing that one wants help or sympathy
an appealing look
able to attract interest or draw favorable attention; "He added an appealing and memorable figure to popular American mythology"- Vincent Starrett; "an appealing sense of humor"; "the idea of having enough money to retire at fifty is very appealing"
sympathetic: (of characters in literature or drama) evoking empathic or sympathetic feelings; "the sympathetic characters in the play"
(appealingness) appeal: attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates; "his smile was part of his appeal to her"
(appeal) take a court case to a higher court for review; "He was found guilty but appealed immediately"
(appeal) entreaty: earnest or urgent request; "an entreaty to stop the fighting"; "an appeal for help"; "an appeal to the public to keep calm"
(appeal) request earnestly (something from somebody); ask for aid or protection; "appeal to somebody for help"; "Invoke God in times of trouble"
(Appeal) In law, an appeal is a process for requesting a formal change to an official decision.
(Appeal (baseball)) In baseball, an appeal play occurs when a member of the defensive team calls the attention of an umpire to an infraction which he would otherwise ignore.
(Appeal (cricket)) In the sport of cricket, an appeal is the act of a player on the fielding team asking an umpire for a decision regarding whether a batsman is out or not. According to the Laws of Cricket, an umpire may not rule a batsman out unless the fielding side appeals. ...
(Appeal (motion)) In parliamentary procedure, an appeal from the decision of the chair is used to challenge a ruling of the chair.
(The Appeal) The Appeal is a 2008 novel by John Grisham, his twenty-first book and his first fictional legal thriller since The Broker was published in 2005. It was published by Doubleday and released in hardcover in the United States on January 29, 2008. ...
(appeal) (a) An application for the removal of a cause or suit from an inferior to a superior judge or court for reëxamination or review. (b) The mode of proceeding by which such removal is effected. (c) The right of appeal. ...
(Appeal) A request to a supervisory court usually composed of a panel of judges, to overturn the legal ruling of a lower court.
(Appeal) Request made to a payer to reconsider a decision, such as a claim denial or denied prior authorization request. Most appeals must be submitted in writing within a specified period.
(Appeal) a written request for a change in a decision; also, to make such a request.
(appeal) To call for a review of an IRS decision or proposed adjustment.
(appeal) formal complaint you can make if your Medicare plan doesn't pay for a drug or service and you think it should.
(Appeal) asking a district court of appeal to review the decision in your case. There are strict procedural and time requirements for filing an appeal.
(Appeal(see pic above)) a claim that a batter has been put out, made by the person making the play. (Umpires will not signal some "outs" unless appealed to, by the appropriate player).
(Appeal) A formal request to have a financial aid administrator review your aid eligibility and possibly use Professional Judgment to adjust the figures. ...
(appeal) a proceeding to have a case examined by an appropriate higher court to see if a lower court’s decision was made correctly according to law
(appeal) A new hearing of all of the claims by the superior court.
(Appeal) a process by which the patient, their doctor, or the hospital can object to the health plan's decision not to pay for medical services.
(Appeal) A legal process in which a property owner contests a value or assessment either formally or informally on taxable real or personal property. For each year, there are specific statutory dates when an appeal can be made. (Please refer to the Appeal Process on this web site)
(Appeal) A specific request to reverse a denial, restriction or adverse determination of benefit reimbursement.