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Or, the claim that 'children need secure attachments' is well-grounded when an appeal can be made to various neuropsychological and developmental studies which adequately support that conclusion.
In terms of interest, the programme has been a huge success but because of the shortage of funds, a number of well-grounded projects will remain without funding, Dnevnik daily said.
There is a well-grounded view that both the initial attacks on Gaza and the tactics being used by Israel are serious violations of the UN charter, the Geneva conventions, international law and international humanitarian law," the paper quoted Richard Falk, the UN's special rapporteur on the Palestinian territories and professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University, as saying.
Although the space was not designed from scratch, Steptoe & Johnson ultimately ended up with a completely new and fresh space with a traditional, well-grounded appearance that exudes the sense of an established law firm.
Medical evidence from a physician establishing a definite diagnosis of MS within a seven-year presumptive period is sufficient to demonstrate a well-grounded claim, provided service and discharge requirements are met.
The authors present a well-grounded rationale for why literature can and should play a central role in effective literacy classrooms.
There also exists another alliance--at first glance a strange one, a surprising one--but if you think about it, in fact, one which is well-grounded and easy to understand.
A thoughtful, exhaustively researched, and well-grounded primer, What Is Philosophy?
We are well-grounded to take the organization into the next century strong and committed to our current and next generation of members.
John McCain's former chief economic adviser, their concerns are well-grounded.
Labour unions had filed a complaint about "violations by 'TNK-BP management' of the labour code and law concerning migration" which prosecutors decided were well-grounded, it said.
The Compassionate Carnivore, subtitled Or, How to Keep Animals Happy, Save Old MacDonald's Farm, Reduce Your Hoofprint, and Still Eat Meat (Da Capo Press, $24), written by well-grounded dreamer Catherine Friend, is a convincing book exhorting consumers to think about what their food represents.