20 CFR § 404.901 - Definitions.
As used in this subpart:
Decision means the decision made by an administrative law judge or the Appeals Council.
Preponderance of the evidence means such relevant evidence that as a whole shows that the existence of the fact to be proven is more likely than not.
Remand means to return a case for further review.
Substantial evidence means such relevant evidence as a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion.
Vacate means to set aside a previous action.
Waive means to give up a right knowingly and voluntarily.
We, us, or our refers to the Social Security Administration.
You or your refers to any person claiming a right under the old age, disability, dependents' or survivors' benefits program.