preponderance


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superiority in power or influence

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a superiority in numbers or amount

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exceeding in heaviness

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Under pressure, that university changed its standard in sexual misconduct cases from clear and convincing to preponderance of evidence.
11) Microsoft argued that the preponderance of the evidence standard
Contrary to a few highly publicized claims, the DCL's requirement of a preponderance of evidence standard is neither new nor controversial.
The language places the burden on the government to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the imposition or amount of the impact fee meets the requirements of state legal precedent or the statute governing impact fees.
But the preponderance of subsequent research has failed to find a connection between autism and the vaccine.
Dear Editor, - Photographs and television pictures of the delegates at the Labour Party conference show a preponderance of women delegates.
The resulting Supreme Court certification was limited solely to establishing the appropriate standard of proof for an IFPA violation, and the Court determined that the standard was "a preponderance of evidence," the least demanding of the three evidentiary standards (preponderance of evidence, clear and convincing evidence, and proof beyond a reasonable doubt).
Unlike many such books, what makes the difference here is that a preponderance of the quotes--which are categorized (e.
It described three basic human body types: the endomorph, characterized by a preponderance of body fat; the mesomorph, marked by a well-developed musculature; and the ectomorph, distinguished by a lack of either much fat or muscle tissue - in other words, lean and slightly muscular.
The overall visual effect of the show--with its preponderance of cheap but scintillatingly cool blue and silvery materials--was an elegant mockery of corporate office design or science-fiction movie sets.
While the cartoons are sweet, the preponderance of white faces may limit the book's appeal in some collections.
There is a very slight female preponderance, and the tumor's peak incidence occurs during the seventh decade of life.
Other areas with a preponderance of incoming moves are: Las Vegas, Nev.
Connecticut: For tax years beginning after 1998, corporations must add back to Federal taxable income interest and intangible expenses/costs directly or indirectly paid to related members, unless the corporation: (1) establishes by clear and convincing evidence that the adjustments are unreasonable; (2) establishes by a preponderance of the evidence that the transaction did not have as a principal purpose the avoid ante of tax and during the same tax year, the related member paid the expense to an unrelated person; or (3) agrees in writing with the commissioner to the use of an alternative apportionment method; see P.