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This anecdotal evidence suggested councils were asking residents to lodge a development application, arguing the practice of roadside selling constituted a change in use of their land.
Anecdotal evidence should be taken seriously, especially as the alternative is to fall into the trap that huge investigations costing millions are the alternative.
But based on personal experience and anecdotal evidence, I believe that, while more students may be going back home, the absolute numbers are not large enough to be concerned about.
A Langbaurgh PPI spokeswoman said: "The Out of Hours service, the service you contact when you need to see a GP urgently between 6pm and 8am, is repeatedly raised at forum meetings and members are aware of anecdotal evidence that the service is failing patients.
Please e-mail any anecdotal evidence, issues and/or questions you have regarding this program to taxletter@aicpa.
Those agencies have consistently thwarted attempts to incorporate even recycled concrete into highway jobs, saying the material is substandard, although the research and anecdotal evidence says otherwise.
As Dayn Perry has pointed out in these pages (see "Pumped-Up Hysteria," January 2003), most claims about the health effects of steroids and their long-term impact rely heavily on anecdotal evidence and tend to overstate the case.
For competitive reasons, major forestry companies are reluctant to part with figures on machine utilization, but anecdotal evidence points to productivity improvement ranging from two or three per cent to as much as 30 per cent.
My favourite bit of anecdotal evidence is hardly new, but concerns a colleague who wanted just pounds 5 e/w on a 100-1 rag for the Wimbledon tennis championship last year.
The study places numbers and facts behind what has previously been anecdotal evidence, and as such, is an important first step toward improving prevailing conditions.
Anecdotal evidence suggests there may also be a link in Libby between asbestos exposure and autoimmunity.
Marrese pursues the subject of gender roles and ideologies in chapter 6, which uses rich anecdotal evidence from memoirs, letters, and estate records to conclude that estate management was not gendered masculine in Russia.
Anecdotal evidence suggests this will be a tough Christmas on the high street with a number of large retailers, including Marks & Spencer, having already started their winter sales.
Anecdotal evidence at Web sites such as http://www.
While Ross and Yinger take a technical, almost laborious approach to the subject matter, most social workers or advocates who work with the poor have acquired enough anecdotal evidence to say "So what, I already know that.