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to bring forward for formal consideration

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advance evidence for

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certainly casts the 'evidential burden' on the respondent in the sense of an obligation to adduce evidence on the issue of whether there were reasonable grounds for making the representation.
It is intriguing to imagine that both colloquial and formal vocabularies existed for Islamic architectural elements so close to their inception, but Bloom adduces no evidence for this idea.
On the other, Esposito adduces earlier comments by Buchanan which are indisputably unfriendly to Islam without making an attempt to resolve the discrepancy.
The Minister failed to adduce any evidence to establish the similarity of the comparables used by him and, therefore, the evidence adduced by the appellant was sufficient to discharge the onus on it.
They would correctly adduce that the City of London and its financial institutions shed more than 40,000 jobs last year alone.
Illustrious names are to be invoked cautiously, but which contemporaries could I adduce for comparable conviction, concentration, refinement, or strangeness?
The SC also ruled that even if the prosecution failed to adduce evidence that Baldo killed Gardo and kidnapped Ginnie, it has adduced indubitable proof that he conspired with Berto, not only in killing Gardo but also in kidnapping and detaining Ginnie.
The EU judges, however, held that "the existence of a serious and individual threat to the life or person of an applicant for subsidiary protection is not subject to the condition that the applicant adduce evidence that he is specifically targeted by reason of factors particular to his personal circumstances".
In a statement yesterday solicitors Bindman and Partners said, ``At the conclusion of the hearing in the Court of Appeal, the court agreed that there was a point of law of general public importance, namely the question of whether or not it is permissible for the prosecution to adduce new evidence which is not specifically related to new evidence on behalf of the defence.
Nonetheless, the layman should recall Malevich's statement that "although it was my idea to adduce white-on-white abstraction, .
As one might expect from codices of this period (16th-17th centuries), all (including the base manuscript) adduce material from different stages of the textual process, complicating the reconstruction of the putative original.
The problem with Boswell's argument is that ultimately he is able to adduce little evidence that support for the PCF was indeed 'new wine in new bottles'.
He did not produce any witness before this court to adduce evidence on the same.
Central to this is the capacity to adduce universalizable and public reasons, and crucially, to communicate with others.
The parties now have one month to adduce evidence proving otherwise.