Quotations are attributed using identification numbers (denoted as ID), typology of woman with no children (voluntarily childless, involuntarily childless, and circumstantially
childless), and age.
While there are individuals who are multilingual in more than one African language, majority are circumstantially
multilingual (in their mother tongues, Kiswahili, and English) since the school system teaches both Kiswahili the national language (and also official) and English the second official language from grade one up to the end of high school.
The Court of Appeals noted that appellant admitted to entering a garage without permission and starting a fire with a lighter, and held that these facts did not support appellants guilty plea because they did not address his intent; he admitted to no facts that would directly or circumstantially
establish that he intended to damage or destroy the garage.
The NAB reference is criminal proceedings where the law provides for rejuvenation of a case if new substantive material or circumstantially
evidence crops up at any stage.
All things considered, while metadata can also be used circumstantially
, at its core, even circumstantial evidence directly impacts credibility.
In addition, the application cannot be considered as incompatible with the Convention, as article 6 stipulates, "everyone is entitled to a fair and public hearing within a reasonable time by an independent and impartial tribunal established by law." One could consider that these elements were breached by the appeal Court's decision, as the trial was not fair in terms of disrespect by the Court of the lateness exception and the tribunal was not impartial, as it did not take into consideration obvious findings, preferring to use circumstantially
tampered evidence, accepting documents notwithstanding the fact that, as the police authorities stipulated in the documents the Court accepted to receive, the situation was real but inaccurate.
While wasps were sprinkled onto the leaves, long-legged flies circumstantially
nearby would "hawk" wasps out of the air.
Cadiz said such state policy may be established 'circumstantially
,' citing his observation that the President 'has never denounced any of the extrajudicial killings.'
This call for reevaluation responds persuasively to critical Shakespeare studies--both from the eighteenth century and in recent decades--that valorize character autonomy as though it exists apart from the circumstantially
plotted conditions that supply and reinforce its energy.
Private attorneys who are not members of the public defender's office can be appointed to "uncertain"cases and paid with taxpayer dollars if it is deemed circumstantially
appropriate by a judge, according to local (http://www.postandcourier.com/news/citing-poverty-ex-north-charleston-policeman-michael-slager-mounts-nd/article_cdaca682-fd30-11e6-9d0a-3b90b01ae582.html) reports Monday. Though Slager was financially qualified to receive a court-appointed lawyer in his first state trial, Circuit Judge Clifton Newman of South Carolina barred any public funding for expert witnesses and Slayer's private attorney Andy Savage, who offered to represent the former lawman for free.
Similarly why we should not approach to our colleagues doing great Biomaterials Science in the country, not yet member of the society circumstantially
, and recognize them as fellows appropriately and bring them to the main stream of our larger organizational structure to be evolved.
Its length is 515 feet (157 meters), which circumstantially
is the same length as 300 Egyptian cubits and the same dimensions as given by Genesis 6:15 for the ark.