chain of evidence


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chain of evidence

noun enemy group, extremist group, rebel organiiation, saboteurs, subversives, underrround extremists
Associated concepts: enemy combatants, justice courts, milltary tribunals, Patriotic Act, prison cells, sleeper cell, terrorism, terrorist cell
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To ensure the chain of evidence is preserved, it is important to select a manageable video platform.
A cryptic message reveals ghosts from Bond's past and 007 (Craig, right) follows a chain of evidence that leads to Dr Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), daughter of fugitive Mr White (Jesper Christensen), who was last seen in Quantum Of Solace.
A cryptic message reveals ghosts from Bond's past and 007 (Daniel Craig) follows a chain of evidence that leads to Dr Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), daughter of fugitive Mr White (Jesper Christensen), who was last seen in Quantum Of Solace.
The books were nothing but scattered pieces of historical events of few prophets (peace be upon them all) carrying no chain of evidence in their narrations.
Supply Chain Disclosure and Due Diligence: When the 3TG minerals are found to have originated in the Congo or adjacent countries, the report to the SEC must describe in detail the process the company undertook to identify the original source of those conflict minerals and track it all the way through the supply chain (along with the chain of evidence to substantiate the report).
The Solana Beach physician explained, “Ignoring the limitations of statistics and applying such conclusions without understanding the need for a chain of evidence leads to poor outcomes in medicine, particularly when deciding harm versus benefit.
This very readable 254-page book provides a concise overview of the chain of evidence accumulated during the past century supporting the relationship between dietary habits and blood levels of cholesterol and the associated relationship between blood total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and the etiology of atherosclerosis and risk of coronary heart disease (CHD).
The chain of evidence is there that we can say we have the first footprint of global warming in more severe convective storms.
A scattershot chain of evidence leads to criminal mastermind The Zec.
Judge O'Kelly said: "In the absence of physical exhibits there is an insurmountable gap in the chain of evidence.
SelectaDNA provides a forensic chain of evidence which can be used to identify property and link criminals to crime scenes.
There is an emerging chain of evidence suggesting that HPV testing followed by cytology in women with positive HPV tests may also be a reasonable screening strategy," they said.