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The Southern District also held that the trial court did not err in admitting a redacted version of a requisition form or by excluding deposition testimony because the plaintiffs did not show prejudice.
It would be a diplomatic mistake if he chose to only meet Clinton, and would also show prejudice on his part towards the candidates.
Pervaiz Rashid appreciated the spirit shown by Kamil Ali Agha but said nobody should show prejudice towards the present government as everything during the past three years were being run in a transparent manner and the complete record was available in that regard.
Obviously, prior to the new law requiring the insured to show prejudice, the court would have ruled in favor of Progressive.
Characters go mad, commit suicide, treat wives appallingly, show prejudice against incomers and shun unmarried mothers.
The thriller has no obviously vile character or a supposed hero; rather, every character, if pushed far enough, will show prejudice.
Revilla, detained for plunder at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center, also claimed the court seemed to show prejudice against him as if he is already guilty of the crime.
habeas petitioners must show prejudice twice before they are even
63) Thus, the requirement to show prejudice depends on when the error is raised: if the error is raised before trial, there is no need to show prejudice; but if the error is raised on appeal, the accused must show prejudice unless it is a "structural" error.
Beijing, July 11(ANI): The United States will maintain its presence in the South China Sea but not show prejudice toward any side involved in the territorial dispute there, the top US military officer has said.
He suggested that vertical collectivists feel more comfortable to be different from out-groups, so they are more likely to show prejudice toward these groups.
This would indicate that the teachers in our sample, like society as a whole, tend to show prejudice in a more subtle and indirect way, as the obvious expression of such prejudice is not currently regarded as socially acceptable (Navas, 1997).