'However for Selangor, we have added a footnote to explain further due to the special and extenuating circumstances
surrounding the water supply in Selangor,' Abdul Kadir said.
Because a trip to England is still a necessity, those with extenuating circumstances
or without sufficient financial resources will see little practical benefit from this change in English policy.
Also, in having decided to step on the image of Jesus to save some Japanese Christians from torture and death, the young priest likely had a false conscience but a good conscience because of the extraordinary extenuating circumstances
that confronted him.
Yes, there are extenuating circumstances
- high ticket prices, the location of venues, and protests against the vast cost of the Games at a time of major economic downturn.
Colleges group all crimes together when looking at "extenuating circumstances
" surrounding academic results.
An online petition expressed concern that the University of Birmingham did not specifically refer to sex attacks in its list of extenuating circumstances
under which extra help would be offered to undergraduates.
There were, however, extenuating circumstances
as Sean Levey's partner lost ground at the start and also encountered trouble in running.
"We operate an industry-leading audited appeals process as detailed on the parking charge notice and encourage individuals to appeal if they feel there are extenuating circumstances
. To date we have not received an appeal against this parking charge.
Dave Watson of union Unison said: "We will have been involved in many of these either because staff have been poorly treated, their rights are being ignored or other extenuating circumstances
She repeatedly told tutors at the university, in Bristol, that her performance suffered from "extenuating circumstances
The defense lawyer said his client suffered mental problems but the jury found no extenuating circumstances