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Submit

To offer for determination; commit to the judgment or discretion of another individual or authority.

To submit evidence means to present or introduce it. Similarly a political issue might be submitted to the voters' judgment.

submit

(Give), verb advance, commit, extend, hold out, introduce, make a motion, make a suggestion, propose, propound, put, put forth, put forward, refer, referre, suggest, tender
Associated concepts: submit to arbitration, submit to the court, submit to the jury

submit

(Yield), verb accede, accept, acknowledge deeeat, acquiesce, admit defeat, bear with, bend, bow to, cease resistance, comply, endure, give in, give up, give way to, heed, listen to, make the best of, mind, obey, put up with, reconcile oneself to, relent, resign, succumb, surrender, tolerate
Associated concepts: submit to the jurisdiction of the court
See also: abide, accede, adduce, admonish, advise, argue, assist, bear, bestow, cede, concede, conform, counsel, defer, deliver, docket, extend, forbear, give, grant, hear, hold out, index, introduce, move, obey, offer, pose, posit, propose, propound, refer, render, serve, succumb, surrender, tender, yield
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For example, some decisions hold that the plaintiff must offer epidemiological proof in order to make out a submissible issue on causation.
The same evidence that suffices to establish a submissible issue of causation will go a long way toward providing the record essential to apportionment.
The evidence is submissible in court and magistrates can see in real-time how someone's behaviour develops.
This formulation involves some difficult questions of what elements the plaintiff must prove for a submissible case and what constitutes sufficient proof of those elements.
Porter moved for judgment of acquittal at the close of all evidence, arguing that the State did not make a submissible case after testimony was presented, stating that the Grandmother pressured K.
But they go further by suggesting the level of proof required to make the issue of defect a submissible one.
142) There, the court stated that it "need not address [the plaintiff's] argument" regarding who bore the burden of proof because the plaintiff had "fail[ed] to present a submissible case.
A police spokeswoman said: "The evidence is submissible in court and magistrates can see in real time how someone's behaviour develops.