In the basis for conclusions of ASU 2014-15, FASB acknowledged that the substantial doubt
determination involves a significant degree of judgment--qualitative and quantitative information should be considered regarding conditions and events "known and reasonably knowable.
They had their doubts
, but the visitor asked Abraham one question, "Is anything too hard for the Lord?
And within Thomas's doubt
and fear and anxiety about who and what Jesus is, faith is rediscovered and found to be strong and true and life-giving.
20) On the other hand, some jurisdictions favor attempts to define reasonable doubt
to the jury.
pick up right where they left off on the misleadingly titled leadoff track, "Settle Down.
Evaluating and Concluding Whether Substantial Doubt
Newlywed wives who had doubts
about getting married before their wedding were two-and-a-half times more likely to divorce four years later than wives without these doubts
We can t wait for everyone to hear our new music, said No Doubt
bassist Tony Kanal.
It covers a broad continuum: at one end is certainty and at the other is denial, with every stage in between occupied by varying levels of uncertainty or doubt
may start again the moment they resume their prayer.
LIVERPOOL'S title ambitions have been rocked by the news Xabi Alonso is a doubt
for Saturday's match at West Ham.
in an age of faith; uncertainty in the long twelfth century.
But, this is just what we would expect from a film about doubt
these people have read the informative Identity magazine, which covers many subjects that are very relevant to us all now and for our future.
1 : a feeling of being uncertain <Their predicament filled her with doubt