reasonable ground

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In part the decision read: "There is no reasonable ground for interfering with the liberty of persons or the right of free contract by determining the hours of labor in the occupation of a baker.
I do not mean to ask you to accept anything without reasonable ground for it.
I am only going, on the reasonable grounds I have mentioned, to take him back to Coketown.
But she shall forgive me again, and on more reasonable grounds.
for handicaps can appear in the examination at their own divisional exam centre only however, he said the candidates residing in other divisions due to their employment or some other reasons can get change their centre of examination by showing the reasonable ground by the 15th of July.
He needs reasonable ground and it's been heavy there lately.
What lawyers should be doing is to take only cases that they believe in--at the very least, insisting that their client have a reasonable ground for the claim he is making or the defense he proposes.
He had clearly acted in justifiable self-defense under state law, which provides that a person may use deadly force to resist "any attempt unlawfully to kill such person or to commit any felony upon him, or upon or in any dwelling in which such person shall be," or in defense of "one's own person or any other human being, where there shall be reasonable ground to apprehend a design to commit a felony or to do some great personal injury, and there shall be imminent danger of such design being accomplished.
The suspension may include work or contracts in progress,'' the policy states, adding that the board also can lift a suspension if it finds no reasonable ground to proceed with debarment.
Plans had been fluid with a number of alternatives, but Aidan O'Brien, who won the 2007 Arc with Dylan Thomas, said: "So You Think is in great form and all being well with him the plan is to run in the Arc given reasonable ground conditions.
If he doesn't go to Leopardstown the only alternative is the Red Mills at Gowran, but whatever chance they have of getting reasonable ground at Leopardstown they have very little hope at Gowran, and I don't really want to take him back to England.
Under Mississippi law, deadly force can be used in self-defense "by any person in resisting any attempt unlawfully to kill such person or to commit any felony upon him, or upon or in any dwelling in which such person shall be," and "when committed in the lawful defense of one's own person or any other human being, where there shall be reasonable ground to apprehend a design to commit a felony or to do some great personal injury, and there shall be imminent danger of such design being accomplished.

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