relevant fact

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It stressed on necessity of tackling content of the Kuwaiti memo and thrashing out the relevant fact, on the basis of mutual interests.
Total and complete disclosure, in light of the new policy, to include what anyone might later deem a relevant fact, appears now to be an absolute imperative.
Even when doctors were correct by today's standards of medical research, as in their arguments that alcoholism was a risk factor in the development of tuberculosis, Barnes argues that "[t]he perception of a connection, rather than the medical 'truth' of the connection, is the relevant fact here.
They ignore the very basic, very obvious, and very relevant fact that the American people have exceedingly deep pockets when it comes to funding the arts.
The relevant fact is that one portion of an ecosystem cannot be degraded without creating ripple effects that will eventually be felt throughout the system.
But the one relevant fact is that family life is not as strong here as it is in other European countries.
The relevant fact is that most Americans are far less homophobic than they thought they were supposed to be, and now they realize this.
Accordingly, the creation or increase of a potential reversion is not a relevant fact or circumstance in determining whether there has been a partial termination in a defined-contribution plan as a result of the cessation or reduction of benefit accruals.
The investigation committee will probe the controversial story in full detail and will also summon journalist Cyril Almeida for finding out all the relevant facts associated with the issue.
According to the enforcement plan, to qualify as a voluntary self-report, the disclosure must (1) be prior to an imminent threat of disclosure or government investigation, (2) be within a reasonably prompt time after becoming aware of the offense and (3) include all relevant facts known to it, including all relevant facts about the individuals involved in any FCPA violation.
My beef is that the people we employ to run the country are passing the buck to the populace to make the decision and we just don't have the relevant facts to hand no matter what each side says.