sufficient foundation

sufficient foundation

noun good cause shown, legitimate basis proven, proper cause demonstrated, reasonable basis shown, substantial cause shown, substannial factors proven, sufficient grounds
Associated concepts: temporary restraining orders
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We obtained a sufficient foundation for it by throwing into the slough some editions of books of morality, volumes of French philosophy and German rationalism; tracts, sermons, and essays of modern clergymen; extracts from Plato, Confucius, and various Hindoo sages together with a few ingenious commentaries upon texts of Scripture,--all of which by some scientific process, have been converted into a mass like granite.
It must at startup engineering investigated / examined whether the current situation is sufficient foundation for the establishment of the body type.
Without going into great depth, each section provides sufficient foundation to prime the discussion and lead readers to proper resources; thus, the extensive bibliography and calculated glossary come in handy.
Remember that the witnesses must have a sufficient foundation to testify about their opinion of the accused's character or his reputation for that character in the community.
This is not a sufficient foundation for long-term economic development and presents the risk that over reliance on natural resources will hold back other sectors of the economy, according to the report, produced by The Conference Board, a global independent research organisation.
But by now, after three years of stagnation and deterioration, it should be clear to all parties concerned that slogans are not a sufficient foundation on which to build a nation.
Sufficient foundation in important theories and concepts enables the reader to adapt to changing conditions in the international trade and logistics management context.
Hardly trickery, it proves that charity--caritas, the act of finding one's fellow passengers not hellish but dear--can be sufficient foundation for art.
We will be making inquiries to see whether the allegations have sufficient foundation for further investigations.
While such ideas are worthy of consideration and should be debated, The Politics of Injustice does not offer a sufficient foundation for the advocacy of such opinions.
While minimum requirements may seem laudable by enabling more students to achieve a high school diploma; it is not a sufficient foundation to pursue scientific and mathematical careers.