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When you boil a certiorari down, it comes down to a writ. Or a degree of law in common terms. I have dusted off my lexicon as well as used search engines to scour for not only the meaning of your words but for the US Supreme Court Rules of Procedure. You might have your legal terms mixed up a little bit or not phrased properly.
"postponing jurisdiction, or granting a petition for a writ of certiorari." From the Oct 2013 Guide for Counsel for the US Supreme Court. Which is the active version the last time I checked. But I heard there is going to be a new version 1 July 2014. Just a footnote, I am NO lawyer.
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