Appeal (disambiguation)

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An appeal is the process in law by which cases are reviewed and parties request a formal change to an official decision.

Appeal may also refer to:

Politics and law[edit]

  • Appeal (motion), in parliamentary procedure a challenge of the chair's ruling
  • Appeal of 18 June, Charles de Gaulle's 1940 call for French resistance against Nazi Germany
  • Mariam Appeal, a political campaign established in 1998
  • Criminal appeal, an ancient, private right of criminal prosecution in common-law jurisdictions

Publications and media[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Appeal Isimirie, Nigerian taekwondo practitioner
  • Appeal (cricket), a request to an umpire for a ruling on whether a cricket batter is out
  • Appeal play, in baseball when a member of the defensive team calls the attention of an umpire to an infraction
  • Rhetorical appeals, devices used in rhetoric to persuade an audience, namely ethos, logos, and pathos
  • Sex appeal, the quality of arousing attraction on the basis of sexual desire

See also[edit]