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conclusions

in Scottish civil procedure, that part of a summons that sets out what the pursuer seeks.
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You're a UN rapporteur then you make conclusions in the absence of any formal investigation, that's unbecoming.
The Council's conclusions are designed to "offer guidance" to the Commission in drawing up its action plan.
351 applied, but reached a somewhat different conclusion (Lessinger, 872 F2d 519 (2d Cir.
Oral explanations are not sufficient to document auditors' work or conclusions, but auditors may use them to clarify or explain information in the documentation.
We are unsure about the origination of additional points in Figures 2 and 4, but we used the data listed in Table 3 in forming our original conclusions, and we continue to support those conclusions.
Fourteen conclusions and recommendations were made in this study highlighting issues relating to "business process engineering and to partnerships and sharing between government and industry, including collaborative virtual prototyping (CVP).
Good critical thinkers clearly formulate vital questions and problems, gather and assess relevant information, come to well-reasoned conclusions, test their conclusions against relevant criteria and standards, think open-mindedly, communicate effectively, and are self-directed and self-disciplined (Browne & Freeman, 2000; Elder & Paul, 2002).
Many of Maloney's conclusions reinforce and extend earlier studies.
The Fathers of the Church, the past Popes, before Vatican II, also having access to the same texts of the Bible, arrived at another conclusion.
1 believe the study has serious flaws and that their conclusion is premature.
Jasper's other conclusions and allow our industries to freely compete.