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Synonyms for circumstantially

in minute detail

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without advance planning

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One could consider that these elements were breached by the appeal Court's decision, as the trial was not fair in terms of disrespect by the Court of the lateness exception and the tribunal was not impartial, as it did not take into consideration obvious findings, preferring to use circumstantially tampered evidence, accepting documents notwithstanding the fact that, as the police authorities stipulated in the documents the Court accepted to receive, the situation was real but inaccurate.
All things considered, while metadata can also be used circumstantially, at its core, even circumstantial evidence directly impacts credibility.
2,9 Even if any organ may associate a circumstantially revealed mass, the terminology of "incidentaloma" is commonly used for hypophyseal and adrenal glands and it is rarely applied for thyroid, parathyroids and ovaries.
This call for reevaluation responds persuasively to critical Shakespeare studies--both from the eighteenth century and in recent decades--that valorize character autonomy as though it exists apart from the circumstantially plotted conditions that supply and reinforce its energy.
Private attorneys who are not members of the public defender's office can be appointed to "uncertain"cases and paid with taxpayer dollars if it is deemed circumstantially appropriate by a judge, according to local (http://www.
Its length is 515 feet (157 meters), which circumstantially is the same length as 300 Egyptian cubits and the same dimensions as given by Genesis 6:15 for the ark.
But circumstantially, they were very, very troubling and we want to make a very clear statement in this state: that there is no place for racism, there is no place for hate, there is no place for swastikas, there is no place for racially-inflammatory and divisive rhetoric or acts.
Children, who are both neurologically and circumstantially the most vulnerable, also have a high incidence of exposure to traumatic stressors.
People choose this generally as they are being circumstantially controlled by their fears.
The sheer volume of data can initially appear daunting, but the author's presentation and development of personal connections permit that same data to be digested and circumstantially applied.
These new and improved tools fit most types of ground-engaging or circumstantially warranted equipment and can remove larger debris," Harr stated.
Gradually political power slipped from political parties into the hands of the army, civil service or the bureaucracy for that matter, never usurped power intentionally or of its own whimsical volition, rather it was circumstantially forced to step in.
The court, applying caselaw interpreting Title VII, also concluded that the employee presented sufficient evidence to circumstantially prove that the decisionmaker (director P) was aware of her protected disclosures at the time of the adverse employment action (elimination of the audit associate position), and the adverse action was sufficiently close in time to the decisionmaker's awareness (less than one month), to survive summary judgment.
Consequently, the Auditor-general argued, in the absence of a cost-benefit analysis when the project had been designed, the audit service was left with the impression that the decision to deploy a different campaign had been made circumstantially, and with no evidence to back it, merely with the intention of using up the budgeted expenditure.