dubiousness


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The prosecution had moved for the inclusion of the testimonies of whistleblowers Benhur Luy, Merlina Sunas and Marina Sula regarding the dubiousness of the non-government organizations tapped by Revilla to implement the projects funded by his Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) proceeds.
They had two daughters, Doon and Amy, and were successful, although always struggling; they lived, we read with some dubiousness, "on the edge of poverty." Their work first appeared in Vogue in 1948, in an editorial spread about hats, and in Edward Steichen's "Family of Man" at moma, a now infamous exhibition that set the tone for postwar photography's politics of universality, which Arbus's later work would upend with its focus on difference.
One such client is Kenneth Clair, who has spent more than 30 years in prison despite the dubiousness of the evidence linking him to the crime for which he was convicted.
By the end of the day, however, after I'd encountered cascading waterfalls, walked through a moonscape known as Chaos Jumbles, and discovered my own ability to run wild, my dubiousness was gone.
In this way, Wright Kan may be inviting considerations of the dubious nature of professional social work and the dubiousness of the subjects' understood (and required) to maintain this position.
Instead, resistance seems to have developed against the film's brash indulgence of its louche cinematic pleasures as well as its explicit dubiousness about our moral convictions.
It is noteworthy, therefore, that Dover's narrative, which self-consciously preempts our suspicion of its very dubiousness ("you couldn't believe it"), should seek to establish such a profound sense of believability in the ways mentioned thus far.
The dubiousness of becoming involved in such investigations is that one easily loses the totality in dwelling on the particular, as if Don Giovanni seduced with his handsomeness ...
about five million dollars; however, given the dubiousness of the claims
of considerable historical dubiousness. Though the shape of what would
The dubiousness of Huemer's strategy seems matched by the confusions in his objections to consequentialist explanations of political authority.
The full title of the book is Kitab al-Makasib wa'l-Wara' wa'l-Shubha wa Bayan Mubahiha wa'l-Mahzuriha wa Ikhtilaf al-Nas fi Talabiha wa'l-Radd 'ala 'l-Ghalitina fihi, or "The Book of Livelihoods: Scrupulousness and Dubiousness; Clarifying Permissible and Impermissible Livelihoods, and People's Diverse Ways in Seeking Them; and Refuting Those Who Err in the Course of It." According to Shaykh 'Abdul Halim Mahmud, al-Muhasibi wrote this book in the latter part of his life, (35) and thus it reflects in a succinct manner the main themes of the spiritual life that had concerned him in his earlier works, but here in the specific context of the pursuit of livelihoods.
In light of this recognition of the dubiousness of the retentive versus incentivizing categorization, a reformulation of a standard more in line with the impetus the amendments were designed to combat--excessive compensation--combined with greater judicial discretion may be a more fruitful course of action than continuing with [section] 503(c) as it currently stands.
That this is only revealed to us after the fact, combined with the moral dubiousness of our ostensible hero's actions, limits The Mule's ability to act as an engaging drama.