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Deltek is also rebutting printed court testimony by University of Virginia Economics Professor Kenneth Elzinga, claiming that only J.
The burden of rebutting the horse's detractors falls heavily on his jockey, Gary Stevens.
Rebutting Professor Edward Foley's arguments supporting the constitutionality of the McCain-Feingold Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (BCRA) of 2002, Robert F.
James Rogan, R-Pasadena, a member of the House Judiciary Committee who took a high-profile role in rebutting Democrats' criticism, said the impeachment articles went beyond sex.
However, one opposition was withdrawn after Geron and Roslin filed evidence rebutting arguments made by the opponents, and the second was withdrawn shortly thereafter.
He was rebutting Pierre Salinger, the former presidential press secretary and television correspondent, who held a news conference to say that the radar tape showed a missile.
31, but officials are now reviewing a new set of documents from Bayer rebutting government findings and that a decision could come at any time.
With lawyerly precision, flashes of humor and a determined resolve, Hillary Rodham Clinton has popped up all over the news in the past week, once again rebutting, dismissing, explaining and defending her role in the Whitewater and White House travel office affairs.
In rebutting plaintiffs' arguments that a manufacturing defect in the Suzuki motorcycle caused these accidents, Suzuki demonstrated to the jury that its manufacturing process is specifically designed to avoid manufacturing defects and that each and every motorcycle is required to undergo and successfully pass a stringent inspection that was conducted by Suzuki's Quality Assurance Division.