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If, at the end of the test period, the IRS remains convinced that an automatic 60-day extension is inimical to the IRS's currency initiative (a finding we hope would be based not on anecdotal evidence but on a survey of all affected case managers, Appeals officers, and CEP taxpayers), it could revert to the straight 30-day rule (with extension being granted only on a case-by-case basis).
That's the kind of anecdotal evidence he would have found had Snyder perused the stacks at his local research library.
Anecdotal evidence from a civilian border watch group with limited numbers and reach doesn't firmly answer the question, but suggests the illegal crossings may be bolder -- or bigger -- than ever.
Having good science back up anecdotal evidence is surely moving in the best direction.
Polls consistently show that Americans overwhelmingly oppose the policy, and anecdotal evidence suggests that most soldiers are unfazed by having gays in the barracks.
She said a number of the region's firms had anecdotal evidence about abuse of the tribunal procedures.
Nenette Kress, senior vice president and Segal's National Communications Practice leader, who directed the survey, said: "The responses indicate that most companies have no measurement processes in place and rely largely on anecdotal evidence.
The findings support anecdotal evidence that sleep can stimulate creative thinking.
Judging from anecdotal evidence, more people have started Gravity's Rainbow than Illuminatus
This book is full of personal experience and anecdotal evidence to impress upon his readers the wonder and mystery of the undersea world.
Thus, anecdotal evidence undermines clarity about larger social forces at work, i.
And when we have ourselves thoroughly confused by numbers, we give up and resort to anecdotal evidence.
Edwards does have anecdotal evidence that students are more capable at using computers and accessing online academic information.
However, it tallied with anecdotal evidence and other recent surveys showing the problem was getting worse.
This full historical account combines factual and anecdotal evidence as well as examining whether the fire was an accident, or arson.