Section 1158(b)(l)(B)(ii) is framed in the present tense, (94) rather than in backward-looking past tense: (95) "[w]here the trier of fact determines that the applicant should provide evidence that corroborates
otherwise credible testimony, such evidence must be provided unless the applicant does not have the evidence and cannot reasonably obtain the evidence." (96) This present-tense construction should not be dismissed as merely accidental.
many of our findings and our conclusions,' Magalong said.
the accused's statement that he became aroused upon
Absent some other witness statement or physical evidence that corroborates
the teacher's admission, prosecutors say they cannot charge the woman with a crime.
10 Astrophysical Journal Letters, also corroborates
the idea that distant radio-emitting galaxies formed the giant galaxies seen at the centers of clusters in the cosmos today.
A new study corroborates
the results of the Women's Health Initiative, which led to considerable confusion last February (see cover story, April 2006).
Michael Smith, president of the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), corroborates
the increase, stating, "About ten years ago, we started seeing more and more black families showing up at conferences and it's been steadily increasing since then."
A new study corroborates
this association, and indicates that women may be at greater risk than men of fatal coronary heart disease (CHD) as a result of exposure to airborne PM [EHP 113:1723-1729].
Rietveld's finding that the left hip was replaced more often than the right corroborates
the theory that most dancers favored their right leg to gesture and the left leg to support the movement.
This analysis of inequalities in the value approach of two key stakeholders within a system corroborates
these managerial trends and reinforces the need to develop clear strategies to strengthen the organization's position.
* Unequal Opportunity corroborates
the findings of these earlier studies and documents geographical differences in opportunity.
the value of an idea aimed at delivering a reliable, cost-efficient and conservation-minded environment for data-intensive companies."
The report corroborates
other recent studies that suggest gang membership increases the likelihood and frequency that members will commit serious and violent crimes.
As damaging as this reporting is, however, much of it merely corroborates
accounts that have appeared elsewhere.
The auditor considers existing conditions, obtains evidence about those conditions and evaluates whether the evidence corroborates
or conflicts with managements conclusions about the existence of an other-than-temporary impairment for a particular investment it holds.