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based on probability or presumption

presumed to be true, real, or genuine, especially on inconclusive grounds

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having a reasonable basis for belief or acceptance

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affording reasonable grounds for belief or acceptance

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By contrast, after the adoption of the presumptive waiver and EJJ laws, prosecutors filed a larger proportion of transfer motions against somewhat younger juveniles (45.2% vs.
Whereas the Minimalists discarded the podium entirely for its presumptive distancing of the object from the observer, Balkenhol (whose tutor was the Minimalist sculptor Ulrich Ruckriem) reinstates the base but often carves it from the same block of the wood as the sculpture, so that the work is both elevated and standing directly on the floor.
* A system of presumptive eligibility will be used.
Early this year, small businesses were hit further when the National Treasury through KRA introduced presumptive tax on business permits for small businesses with revenues of below Sh5 million.
The presumptive leaders of the House of Representatives of the 18th Congress met a day before President Rodrigo Duterte is set to deliver his State of the Nation Address (Sona).
Threshold limit for presumptive taxation of business was raised from Rs 1 crore to Rs 2 crore.
This was led by a massive eight-fold jump in returns filed by entities under the presumptive tax scheme and 54 per cent increase in e-filing by salaried individuals.
PRESUMPTIVE TAXTurnover tax has been payable and accounted for quarterly by the concerned sector players.
Of the total, 5,226(24.6%) had signs and symptoms of tuberculosis and were declared as tuberculosis presumptive cases.
(3,4) For the purposes of this investigation, presumptive evidence of mumps immunity was defined as either valid documentation of 2 doses of MMR vaccine for contacts over age 4 years, or laboratory evidence of immunity by positive mumps IgG serology, referred to hereafter as "mumps titer." (3) All individuals involved in this investigation were born after 1957; thus, presumptive immunity based on age was not a consideration.
After many years, the VA has finally enacted regulations that allow eight disabilities to be eligible for presumptive service connection.
The test reports only presumptive positive results and a sample has to be sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for confirmation.
Shortly after Trump became the presumptive nominee, Hurd said he could not support Trump - but left open the possibility of ultimately voting for Trump.
A presumptive case is defined as a positive result by Zika virus immunoglobulin M (IgM) enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (MAC-ELISA) * and a negative result by dengue virus IgM ELISA, or a positive test result by Zika IgM MAC-ELISA in a pregnant woman.
International Resource News-August 3, 2016--ChemImage Sensor Systems launches new Presumptive Identification feature for VeroVision Mail Screener product