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According to media reports, it also said that the SIT was not able to make out any ground for cancellation of anticipatory bail granted to Kumar.
Since the book is written in the context of unstoppable exponential technological change, Burrus argues that his anticipatory method, properly applied, will allow a greater degree predictability than you've ever had before.
Pradhuman's father, Barun Chandra Thakur on Tuesday had moved the Supreme Court challenging the grant of anticipatory bail to the Pinto family.
We hypothesized that patients with schizophrenia would exhibit impaired anticipatory pleasure experience and reduced emotion expression, but relatively intact consummatory pleasure experience.
In his appeal, Surender Singh has said that his son Jitesh Kumar deserved the concession of anticipatory bail because he was a minor and had nothing to do with the incident.
Anticipatory nausea and vomiting develops before administration of chemotherapy.
Previous studies have suggested considering anticipatory fatigue and a possible mediating role of mood symptomology in fatigue (Fuentes-Marquez, Senin-Calderon, Rodriguez-Testal, & Carrasco, 2015).
It orally observed that their anticipatory bail may be cancelled if they would not follow the conditions imposed by the high court.
Officially, this preemptive attack on Osirak was an expression of anticipatory self-defense.
Sami had approached the magistrate court and sessions court, which rejected his anticipatory bail.
Swamy's anticipatory bail plea, arguing that the charge against him was serious.
This pointed the needle of suspicion on Mr Pacheco and his OSD Lyndon who went underground to evade arrest and knocked the doors of all the courts to get anticipatory bail on the plea that they were 'framed' by political rivals even as some women groups sought CBI probe and detention of the duo.