Procedural meaning

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A police procedural.
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Of or having to do with procedure or a procedure.
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A mystery novel in which much emphasis is placed on the procedures used, esp. by police, in investigating a crime.
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Related to procedure.

The judge dismissed the case on procedural grounds; it wasn't the facts or the law, it was just they hadn't filed the correct forms.

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(computing) Generated by means of a procedure, rather than being designed.

A procedural texture; procedural terrain.

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(literature) A type of literature, film, or television program involving a sequence of technical detail.
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Of or concerning procedure, especially of a court of law or parliamentary body.
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Origin of procedural