places an evidential burden on the defendant to adduce
that it had reasonable grounds for making its prediction.
This is another case in which the Minister failed to adduce
any evidence other than that elicited through cross-examination of the appellant's witnesses.
According to them, the established rule dictates that a party cannot adduce
additional evidence in a second appeal.
Proceeding next to the philosophers, Panormita adduces
Seneca, whom he calls a Christian and a friend of the apostle Paul.(28) Panormita elaborates on Plato who, he takes pains to point out, while not a Christian in name was not ignorant of God (Deum non ignoraverit, repeating Poggio's own words) and in fact served one God.
the notion of the church as communion as a "guiding concept" for understanding current ecumenical discussions on ecclesiology and as a lodestone for future work.
Summarizing the consensus on this debate, Scholz aptly adduces
Ingrid Bennewitz's view 'dass der historische Ballast, der dieser Terminologie anhaftet, grosser ist als der tatsachliche Nutzen im philologischen Gebrauch'.
Some of the damning evidence he adduces
is from conservatives themselves, who confess to playing up the liberal charge for partisan political advantage.
"As in the work of art, no ulterior reality hides behind the form: the form, totally manifest, adduces
its own evidential power.
Finally, the article adduces
arguments for loanwords from South Sulawesi languages in Malagasy (author's abstract).
Bertsch's book on Arribas, Oscar Tusquets adduces
the tradition of apprenticeship for Catalan architects who prefer to work in some admired architect's studio, and if the opportunity arises do a little work of their own, `however modest it may be: bars, boutiques or private interiors'.
However the parallels he adduces
deal rather with argumentative involution than with halting and inarticulate style.
On a more serious note, Jinga also adduces
evidence to show that a Romanian migrant wave to the UK is far from being likely.