factual matter

See: evidence
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Having considered the allegations in the Information, no other factual matter is necessitated, the essential elements of the charges having already been sufficiently stated," the resolution read.
But there is a huge difference: As a factual matter, in order to live, people need to eat food; they do not need to abuse drugs, and if they do abuse drugs, they harm their lives by doing so.
I am not lying when it comes to the factual matter.
Accepting my position is most difficult in cases when it seems the Supreme Court is trying to assert its authority on a factual matter and to settle a debate for the country.
In order to avoid dismissal, the complaint must contain sufficient factual matter that states a claim to relief that is plausible on its face.
Joester's Complaint lacks sufficient factual matter to support its claims," wrote District Judge Denise Cote.
As a factual matter, Ronan was not a Holy See employee, and the Holy See was not aware of Ronan's misconduct until after Ronan had abused the plaintiff," Lena said.
Handmade in India also includes maps indices a glossary two bibliographies and other factual matter that supports its content.
For we have all come to appreciate the extent to which history is (also) story and that how a past is (re)invented in words can be as important as what supposedly factual matter is rescued from oblivion.
A complaint with enough factual matter (taken as true) to suggest that an agreement was made.
Rather, it continued, "a complaint must contain sufficient factual matter, accepted as true, to 'state a claim to relief that is plausible on its face.
A plaintiff must "plead sufficient factual matter to show that [government officials] adopted and implemented the detention policies at issue not for a neutral, investigative reason but for the purpose of discriminating on account of race, religion, or national origin.