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The list of seemingly valid reasons to procrastinate goes on and on, but as musicians ourselves, we know that one key to success is practicing when it is not easy.
What makes NightHawk unique in our industry is that we double verify all seemingly valid hits, which results in a 98% accuracy rate on POE verifications.
INDIA'S Intelligence Bureau has found a seemingly valid cover in staff shortage for its failure to prevent successive terror attacks across India.
Rovers must have fancied their chances but after a cagey start and a seemingly valid penalty appeal turned down by referee Andre Marriner their hopes began to collapse.
If this seemingly valid suggestion is true, it really started with the trailer, before the opening.
Whether by design or disinterest, the Israelis had simultaneously failed to satisfy Hizbullah's legitimate war aims and provided the group's critics with seemingly valid grounds on which to demand its disarmament.
McLaren was played through down the right and, when some seemingly valid offside appeals were denied, he delivered a dangerous low cross into the box.
The copied contents, including SHA-1 digests and encrypted passwords, can then be written to blank EEPROMs to create a seemingly valid electronic label.
Shakhtar had a seemingly valid third goal chopped off for offside in 19 minutes as the night lurched towards humiliation for Scotland's champions.
Tactfully carrying its readers through the mysterious disappearance of Marty's mother, the terrors of the bully at his new school, his comatose grandfather archeologist and the peculiar and seemingly valid questioning of weather the housekeeper is really human, Marty Boggs And The Curse Of Kutkara's Tomb is a humorous, evocative, and engaging story of the incredible mystery of the young Boggs' magical life.
The key issue here, as I see it, is whether the legislature can authorize the Governor to undo a seemingly valid judicial decision to remove Terri's feeding and hydration tube in order to allow the Governor time to challenge, not the court's interpretation of the privacy law itself, but the facts to which the law was applied that originally caused the Florida Circuit Court to order the removal of the feeding and hydration tube.
33] "To be, or not to be" recalls the formulator of philosophic relativism and subjectivism, Protagoras, who demonstrated that there are contradictory opinions, both seemingly valid, about every issue.