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Now the Court of Cassation must rule whether there were any procedural irregularities that give grounds for a retrial.
A Conduct that takes place outside of the workplace may give grounds for you to take disciplinary action up to and including dismissal where appropriate.
We have a robust pounds 54million three-year infection prevention and control programme in place and the latest reports on rates of C diff and MRSA give grounds for optimism that this is now reaping rewards.
Mr King claimed the chairman of governors had refused to follow local authority advice and had failed to give grounds for the head's suspension.
We've encountered an interest and enthusiasm from industrial companies and politicians which give grounds for optimism," says Brian Bjordal, president of Gassco.
In a case involving Britain's SmithKline Beecham plc, and the Beecham Group plc (both part of GlaxoSmithKline), judges said it is "is for the trade mark proprietor to prove the facts which would give grounds for exercising the right of prohibition", in any subsequent litigation.
A hammering at either venue would give grounds for believing the bubble has burst.
At the end of the second quarter the message of weak market demand, along with several rounds of competitive price cutting, give grounds for a certain amount of anxiety regarding the development of the LCD monitor market in the second half of 2004.
In this regard, emerging developments in Japan's balance of payments give grounds for optimism: Japanese exports have begun to fall due to the global effects of the U.
But it does not mean that there was not a president in Iraq,'' Koizumi said when asked to give grounds for believing Iraq had WMD by Kazuo Shii, Japanese Communist Party leader.
In four years he has applied to join three parties and that must give grounds for concern.
ASometimes a single act of harassment will not give grounds for a claim.