On July 6, after four extensions in the original six-month deadline to conclude
all three cases, the court announced its verdict in the Avenfield reference.
To this Khawaja replied and said it would be impossible for him to conclude
arguments within given date adding that 'I am not as active as you (CJ),'
In theAl Azizia reference, statements of all witnesses have been recorded, while the cross-examination of the investigation officer is yet to conclude
East Borneo orangutans, including the groups that Goossens' team studied, face a high risk of extinction within the next few decades, the researchers conclude
. Major survival threats come from forest destruction to develop oil palm--tree plantations and from illegal hunting.
The fact that the interview in Seibert was continuous and conducted by the same officer led the Court to conclude
that it would be difficult for the defendant to understand the nature of the protections afforded by the Miranda rights and the consequences of waiving those rights.
69-136 (3) concludes
, in two hypothetical situations, that differential payments made by civilian employers to "former" employees who have been called to active duty in the U.S.
Key to understanding the "reasonable to conclude
" exception is the presumption established by the SEC.
A court could easily conclude
that excluding religious schools from voucher programs constitutes discrimination on the basis of religion.
As Senior Attorney Erik Olson of the NRDC explains, "Although the FDA has adopted some of the EPA's regulatory standards, it has decided not to adopt others and has not even ruled on some points after several years of inaction." In a 1999 report, the NRDC concludes
that bottled water quality is probably not inferior to average tap water, but Olson (the report's principal author) says that gaps in the weak regulatory framework may allow careless or unscrupulous bottlers to market substandard products.
(2) Nonetheless, he concludes
that "the association between estrogen use and ovarian cancer should be worrisome enough for clinicians to consider carefully whether to suggest estrogen-only [hormone replacement therapy]."
The MH-60S multimission helicopter entered operational evaluation, expected to conclude
in January 2002.
Jaguszewski and Probst conclude
that "there are more questions than answers," but more research is needed concerning the use of electronic resources and that use's impact on the print collection.