arrive at the truth

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They wanted to arrive at the truth, first, about the nature of justice and injustice, and secondly, about their relative advantages.
"Why the devil lose your patience, Betteredge, when patience is all that's wanted to arrive at the truth? Don't interrupt me.
Cavendish, we are here to arrive at the truth of this matter, and welcome anything that may lead to further elucidation."
From such undeniable testimony did the practised woodsman arrive at the truth, with nearly as much certainty and precision as if he had been a witness of all those events which his ingenuity so easily elucidated.
But her ladyship possessed one immense advantage over her brother-in-law in attempting to arrive at the truth. She suspected Arnold--and it was possible, in her case, to assist Mrs.
I do not consider that it is hopeless to arrive at the truth."
The letter accused the SJC of becoming a prosecutor rather than being adjudicators which should judge the matter in a fair and impartial manner to arrive at the truth. 'My one fault it appears is that during the initial hearing before SJC ...
According to Holmes, free trade includes letting the thoughts we despise into the marketplace and allowing the invisible hand of the market to arrive at the truth.
"We believe in the fairness of the SEC's regulatory processes and have informed the Commission that we will extend our full cooperation to help it arrive at the truth," he said.
This "witness litigation privilege" from lawsuits and liability is necessary to ensure witnesses remain willing to testify and be cross-examined so courts can arrive at the truth, the 4th U.S.
[There] also needs to be emotion to complement the facts [to] arrive at the truth.'
But the committee owes it to the country and the court to try to arrive at the truth. If that means that the Supreme Court convenes on October.