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Adduce

To present, offer, bring forward, or introduce.

For example, a bill of particulars that lists each of the plaintiff's demands may recite that it contains all the evidence to be adduced at trial.

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Based on the evidence adduced, if any was presented during the adjudication, did the documentary contain any material facts or not?
"The Court finds that the evidence adduced by the prosecution, both testimonial and documentary, appear to be prima facie sufficient to sustain a conviction, unless successfully rebutted by defense evidence," it added.
'Most of the evidence adduced by the few witnesses had no direct bearing on the allegations in the House resolution on the impeachment of Balala.
'Normally, the Complaint Procedures mechanism is used against States, but I have adduced cogent reasons why the mechanism must cover complaints against the UNHRC or the OHCHR,' he said.
In resolving the case, the DOJ said that "after evaluation of records and evidence adduced, the undersigned investigating prosecutor finds probable cause to indict respondent."
incarnate--the letter A as adduced by my father after his third stroke.
The Appeals Chamber ordered the Trial Chamber to terminate the proceedings against Mustafa Badreddine, without prejudice to resume the proceedings should evidence that he is alive be adduced in the future.
In 2014, net income applicable to common shareholders totaled USD3.1 billion of USD2.67 per diluted common share, or USD2.8 billion, or USD2.39 per diluted common share adduced for the gains on the sales of the company's investments related to a tax carry back claim, litigation and restructuring charges.
He said that their processes to protect sources have been successful, adding that throughout this case, no evidence has been adduced from inside WikiLeaks, from its personnel or its operations against Manning, the report said.
"It is all evidence of a kind that could have been adduced at the trial and we are not persuaded by the applicant's attempt to blame his legal representatives for not obtaining or leading it," said the judge.
For the court, most of the evidence adduced by the Commission in its decision "is unreliable and excessively sporadic and fragmented," and does not found a firm conviction that Aragonesas took part in the infringement throughout the period in question.