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citing as evidence or proof

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Despite the language of s 51A(2) of the Trade Practices Act, which refers merely to the adducing of evidence [of reasonable grounds], the effect of s 51A(2) is ...
At one point, a Foreign Office official wrote in an internal memo, 'The stark facts are these: i) We have the Koh-i-noor diamond, whether or not our possession of it is legally justified, ii) We have made it clear that we are keeping the diamond, adducing the best arguments to support our contention.' Pakistan Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's request for the diamond set off a delicate diplomatic wrangle, marked by Britain's determination to keep the gem, according to documents released under the 30-year rule.
And adducing example after example, she reveals how liberals have weakened the moral structure of society, never by "winning the public argument" but rather by opportunistically using the courts (and increasingly liberal activist judges) to do it for them.
Adducing parallels from Alberti's Momus and his visual allegory Picture, Rinaldi detects a pervasive antipathy toward Hercules, an aversion also evident in Alberti's name Leo, as well as in his encomia of the fly and his pet dog.
He situates Shakespeare's representation as the apogee of Calibanic discourse, adducing that it
The book proceeds paratactically, adducing the scattered evidence in various ways that Humphries claims to be "paradigmatic" but "not typical" (202).