Continuing, the judge described Chana's appeal bid as "naive" and said his attempts to adduce
fresh evidence could not impact on the safety of the conviction.
Of course, they adduce
many arguments against military intervention.
They would correctly adduce
that the City of London and its financial institutions shed more than 40,000 jobs last year alone.
Religious answers to questions of value, however, typically adduce
justifications that rest on alleged facts.
Mr Evans wants to adduce
fresh evidence from an expert witness about a microscopic spot of blood belonging to Pope found on Mrs Skipper's clothing.
no evidence indicating the inquiry can be conducted on a class-wide basis," Chaney said in the ruling.
The two authors adduce
mutually reinforcing evidence for the signal role of women as initiators of new communities of lay women and as definers of their particular missions.
If indeed they can be traced back this far, may we not adduce
this to a condition of all city planning, though some may well emerge that differentiate the possibilities of city planning from architecture.
The significance of this is that because Japan is at the leading edge of cell phone content, Ubit is always able to adduce
proven results in its bids to European carrier and service provider clients.
The authors adduce
powerful evidence that Reagan would not have approved of a war on terror, conducted on Bush's endorsement of preemptive warfare.
Those who lean left can adduce
evidence of their own to suggest that kids today are good little progressives.
But let us adduce
a personal argument, which may well represent the findings of many others, and which may prove much more convincing.
Lastly, government was ordered to pay the applicants' costs and refused application to adduce
further evidence .
Failure by the Western media to convey the reasons which Islamic activists themselves adduce
for their antipathy to America (neo-imperialism, favoritism of Israel, and support for such repressive regimes as the Shah's Iran and Numeiri's Sudan) is for Esposito especially regrettable.
Researchers report that the blocked views of thick woodlands produce a sense of fear or unease, while an open woodland where a respondent might adduce
a means of access, of walking through the woods safely, does not.