Matz said an example of an extenuating circumstance
would be a flood or electrical problem.
Unless any representation is made to the contrary, I propose also to quash the decision of the Re-Convenend Examination Board of September 27, 2005 insofar as it relates to the claimant's application for extenuating circumstances
As a curtain-raiser appetiser this was a major disappointment, but there were a number of extenuating circumstances
A clearly-worded clause in the code of practice on extenuating circumstances
would confirm that students are able to seek academic support from a welfare or personal tutor, ensuring their academic performance will not suffer while they begin their recovery.
There would need to be some FIFA directive because there are extenuating circumstances
It's extenuating circumstances
and whereas he wasn't the one to have the child, it's still a big day for any man, so we've tried to give him a bit of space.
However, library chiefs said the majority of readers borrow responsibly and exceptions are made for extenuating circumstances
such as illness.
The agreement signed in 2007 allowed either party to exit the agreement in extenuating circumstances
beyond their control, such as UN sanctions, in what is called a force majeure clause.
It is totally inappropriate to claim that the Turkish government tried to find extenuating circumstances
for the accused and used expressions in its defense keeping Dink responsible for his killing," he said.
The company added that those with extenuating circumstances
may be eligible for a new loan in a shorter time frame.
Even by taking into the account some extenuating circumstances
for Branko Crvenkovski, now the duty for clarifying the unjust privatization falls on the shoulders of the present authority.
In its statement, Dorel pointed out the extenuating circumstances
of the infant's death.