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n. a statement made by a judge or an attorney during a trial which is based on an alleged fact, but not a proven fact. Properly, if made in the presence of the jury, the jurors should be reminded it is not evidence, and it should not be considered, but how can a juror forget? The old adage: "a bell once rung, cannot be unrung," applies.

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So, while Paul is noticing a far smaller group of "regulars" commenting on political stories, the metrics indicate there are fewer trolls and many people commenting in other categories.
In "Conspiracy Theories," the legal scholars Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule attribute conspiracist thinking to feelings of impotence: such theories are "especially likely to appeal to people who are cynical about politics, who have lower self-esteem, and who are generally defiant of authority." Commenting makes them feel less powerless and irritable.
STUDENTS NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE REASON FOR COMMENTING AND THE WAYS WRITERS CAN MAKE GOOD USE OF COMMENTS.
They gave excellent observations but were less active in commenting on the concepts of "age appropriate" teaching.
These issues are rarely directly addressed in the sample, with seven reviews indicating currency of the material, and five specifically commenting on how well the content relates to the user's apparent needs.
The report said that YouTube will begin testing the commenting system on channel discussion page this week and those who prefer the current system, there is an option to view all comments in chronological order.
As Google's software engineers, Saurav Shah and Junho Ryu mentioned in the official blogger blog, "Commenting is one of the most integral parts of blogging: it's what makes blogging a conversation, not a monologue.
Commenting on two legislative proposals pending in California, the Institute expressed concern that "the proposal would create intolerable uncertainty that would substantially impair the ability of taxpayers to conduct ordinary business transactions."
19, 2002, Pam Pecarich (then TEC chair) submitted a letter to House Ways and Means Committee Chair Bill Thomas, commenting on HR 5095.
While a student might have a specific reaction to an instructor, they can disconnect that experience from online learning as a whole, "I will take other online courses, but not from this instructor." One student, when commenting on a specific class, was able to pinpoint the importance of the role of the instructor, "This was far and away the best of the 5 online courses I have taken.