This is the ultimate fact
which we so quickly reach on this, as on every topic, the resolution of all into the ever-blessed ONE.
This great seer did not go beyond the consideration of the tissues as ultimate facts
in the living organism, marking the limit of anatomical analysis; but it was open to another mind to say, have not these structures some common basis from which they have all started, as your sarsnet, gauze, net, satin, and velvet from the raw cocoon?
The principle of collateral estoppel means simply that when an issue of ultimate fact
has once been determined by a valid and final judgment, that issue cannot again be litigated between the same parties in any future lawsuit.
6) Whether the trial Court erred as a matter of law or abused its discretion in failing to grant jnov or a new trial where plaintiffs' expert did not express opinions based upon facts established by the evidence, and testified to ultimate fact
, as opposed to permissible expert opinion.
National Geographic Bee Ultimate Fact
Book: Countries A to Z.
Most importantly, it details the difficulties encountered by practitioners in the criminal justice system, from criminal investigators to the ultimate fact
finders, when dealing with--and attempting to avoid--the phenomena of false memory.
This process produces findings of ultimate fact
, such as the determinations that defendant's employee was negligent and was acting within the scope of his or her employment.
The court, quick to resolve this issue, stated that expert opinion testimony is admissible as to ultimate fact
if the determination of such ultimate fact
requires the application of expert knowledge not within the common knowledge of a jury.
The consequences of this single, ultimate fact
, that rights come from God and not from any earthly source, are far-reaching.
Ageing, no matter how we try to dismiss it, is the ultimate fact
It is the "passing over from content to content" by means of an implicit "more" that is the ultimate fact
of conscious life in Lampert's understanding, and in his interpretation of Husserl.
Justice Scalia found only "rare situations" in which the use of a conclusive presumption could be harmless: (1) when the defendants was acquitted and the instruction did not affect any other charges; (2) when the presumption was "with regard to an element of the crime that the defendant in any case admitted"; and (3) when the predicate facts are so "closely related to the ultimate fact
" that "no rational jury could find those facts without also finding that ultimate fact