proof of absence

See: alibi
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They are looking for evidence of a functional surveillance system that can detect any imported case, and a proof of absence of transmission in the las three years.
Resolving this debate might require further consideration of whether the absence of steppe pollen and ancient DNA in the earliest sediments from the corridor region constitutes proof of absence of the species of interest," McGowan wrote, "because depositional conditions in proglacial lake environments are often unstable, leading to sediment reworking and degradation.
Adam Holtom, 25, of Deedmore Road, Wood End, admitted breaching a community order by failing to provide written proof of absence.
The decision by the Israel military court against the soldier is proof of absence of real criminal accountability to individual acts and gives more legal protection to Israeli soldiers, particularly since manslaughter conviction would reach up to 20 years in prison," said PCHR.
People living in the UAE pay only Dh110, as they do not need to pay the fee for proof of absence.
The adage holds: Absence of proof is not proof of absence.
This grim sport is not limited to kids, according to Califano, who continued, "Parents who mistake the absence of proof for the proof of absence are playing Russian roulette with their children's lives.
Wajid Sarwar, 21, of Lammas Road, Coundon, admitted breaching a suspended sentence by failing to provide a written proof of absence.
Samantha Foulds, 27, of Parkville Highway, Holbrooks, admitted breaching a community order by failing to attend an initial interview, failing to provide a written proof of absence and failing to attend treatmnt, stealing chocolate bars worth PS68.
Eric Michael Hollins, aged 21, of Camden Street, Stoke, was charged with two counts of failing to comply with the order by failing to provide within seven days proof of absence.