They will come into place when all the conclusive maps of access land have been published and the Secretary of State has authorised their commencement. For more information, see Module 2, Unit 4, Section 4. This seemed to the intermediary like direct and conclusive orders from the principal. Evidence is ordinarily regarded as conclusive, not when it eliminates every conceivable defeater, but when it eliminates all relevant defeaters. The most extensive and conclusive experiments along this line are those by Morgan on the fruit fly Drosophila. This important conclusive finding immediately sets at rest the allegation that a mob poured inflammables from outside into the compartment and set the rail compartment ablaze.
A positive result combined with my response to the gluten-free diet was conclusive enough for me. This association, however, is far from conclusive in its description. Not for the faint of heart, the easily bored or those expecting a conclusive ending. What do concluding sentences do? There is currently no conclusive evidence about why Dodgson rejected the priesthood. This could be conclusive, Holms intoned. Thus, then, it is conclusive that to attempt things from which harm rather than advantage may come to us is the part of unreasoning and reckless minds, more especially when they are things which we are not forced or compelled to attempt, and which show from afar that it is plainly madness to attempt them. And I believe the results are happily conclusive.
Not all paragraphs need to have conclusion sentences, but they can be used when appropriate. Whether that would have given within the reasonable time some conclusive evidence, I do not know. I don't believe that you can build a conclusive argument either for or against a ban, as there are inevitably going to be serious holes in both arguments. Does that not amount to the Minister making a conclusive and incontestable decision about a matter of law? There remains no conclusive evidence as to what happened on or to the plane. I had conclusive proof of ghost supply requests for additional servers in data centres, even a new trunk line across the Channel. Despite the finds however, no conclusive evidence has been discovered yet to pinpoint the exact location of La Navidad. Where the causes are entirely similar, the analogy is perfect, and the inference, drawn from it, is regarded as certain and conclusive: nor does any man ever entertain a doubt, where he sees a piece of iron, that it will have weight and cohesion of parts; as in all other instances, which have ever fallen under his observation.
The evidence that the great epidemics of influenza are due to some general and pandemic influence is conclusive. Imagine, apparently conclusive evidence to the contrary notwithstanding, that a very few gifted individuals are genuinely clairvoyant. Many examples have long been known where the analysis of two different bodies gave the same composition; but such cases were regarded as doubtful: at any rate, they were isolated observations, homeless in the realms of science: until, at length, examples were discovered of two or more bodies whose absolute identity of composition, with totally distinct properties, could be demonstrated in a more obvious and conclusive manner than by mere analysis; that is, they can be converted and reconverted into each other without addition and without subtraction. Factual truths don't even have any conclusive reason for being what they are, and they could always have been otherwise, i. In spite of this information, no conclusive or compelling evidence linking chloride uptake to water absorption has been presented so far.
It restates the main idea of the essay or thesis statement. Clincher Sentence: It is clear from the immense number of scenic locales that are on offer, that Seattle is a memorable place that one must visit. Fitzsimmons delivered short, accurate and occasionally conclusive punches. Adams' biography confesses to concentrating less on the later years and this deprives the book of a conclusive judgment about its subject. It also provides an opportunity for you to practise writing concluding sentences. There is no conclusive evidence that the lycopene in tomatoes or in supplements affects the onset of cardiovascular diseases or cancer.
The place name evidence of a Norse presence on Eday is conclusive and very little is known about the specifics of life on the island at this time. Granted, nothing I have offered is conclusive, but this whole issue really stinks of fraud. Show More Sentences Rumford describes these experiments at length, and they are conclusive. The findings were so decisive and conclusive as to leave absolutely no room for argument. Leidy would give his conclusive evidence and I would be found guilty. The spokeswoman said there was no conclusive evidence that made a link between exposure to radio waves, transmitter masts and long-term public health risks. Only first 15 results shown.
In California, a woman named Nancy Best noticed that her dog kept sniffing and licking her right breast. Anti-fluoride campaigners say there is no conclusive evidence that fluoridation is safe or prevents decay. The old argument from design in Nature, as given by Paley, which formerly seemed to me so conclusive, fails, now that the law of natural selection has been discovered. The account as kept by the bank was to constitute conclusive evidence of the correctness of the entries. Sometimes, you have a conclusive evidence right away so the arrest is usually sooner. In academic writing, this is a statement in a expository paragraph which reiterates the topic and summarizes how the in the paragraph supports the topic. Finally there is the preparation of the final record reflecting those decisions which is given the status of conclusive evidence.
Since the word Potation is both defined as a drink usually something alcoholic and the act of drinking again usually something alcoholic it can be used in a sentence of of two ways: I wish to abstain from potation. Although identifying the food is a general start to begin to identify the insect, it must be remembered that it is not always the most accurate method, but is mostly used as a guideline, as some insects are more likely than others to be found in certain types of grain, flour, etc. The account as kept by the bank was to constitute conclusive evidence of the correctness of the entries. If there is debate over life on other planets and an alien shows up and tells everyone on earth that there is life on other planets, this visit is an example of conclusive evidence of life on other planets. Pictures of the incident in the following morning's newspapers appeared to offer conclusive evidence of his menace. And this consideration seems conclusive as against the adequacy of the literalist method. Whether that would have given within the reasonable time some conclusive evidence, I do not know.