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They traced her to Chalons, and there they lost her."
It describes the definition of the method, what is being traced, how to theorize causal mechanisms, case selection and nesting of process-tracing case studies, making inferences using mechanistic evidence, finding and evaluating evidence, evaluating the overall probative value of mechanistic evidence, and variants of the research method: theory-testing and theory-building process-tracing and explaining-outcome process-tracing.
This is an update of the charts that appeared in IPC-2221, which themselves traced back to National Bureau of Standards Report #4283, published in 1956.
ISLAMABAD -- The police traced a total of 15 blind murder cases during 2017, collected vital evidences against 23 culprits involved in this crime and submitted the challans of these cases into concerned courts, a police source said on Wednesday.
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Police have traced a total of 15 blind murder cases during the year 2017, collected vital pieces of evidence against 23 culprits involved in this crime and submitted the challans of these cases into concerned courts, the police spokesman said on Monday.The Spokesman said that Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Islamabad Sajjid Kiani assigned a special task to heads of all police stations ofIslamabadpolice to resolve murder cases and provide relief to the families of victims.
Greater artistic freedom: by implementing ray traced effects in runtime hardware, intermediate mapping stages are eliminated, resulting in unconstrained gameplay and greater visual fidelity.
Arsenault was responsible for becoming intoxicated, and his responsibility for the later murder of Hinckley can be traced back to that earlier responsibility.
Islamabad -- Islamabad Police traced a total of 19 blind murder cases and arrested 37 murderers during the current year.
6 : to follow something back to its cause or beginning <He traced his family's roots.> <Detectives traced the call.>