1. Axiomaticthat a party may not “sit back and hope that a decision will be in its favor and, when itisn’t, to parrywith an offer of more evidence.”20 Because all of Henderson’s facts and argumentspresented in the Petition—service to the community, effect of proposed assignment, remedial steps, listener statements,: 2
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2. ItisAxiomaticthatthemagnitudeoftheavailablenoisepower of a system in thermal equilibriummust begivenby Nyquist's theorem-- regardless ofthe particularnoisemechanism; i.e.,
3. Axiomaticthat a party may not “sit back and hope that a decision will be in its favor and, when itisn’t, to parrywith an offer of more evidence.”20 Because all of Henderson’s facts and argumentspresented in the Petition—service to the community, effect of proposed assignment, remedial steps, listener statements,
Axiomaticthat, And, An, All, Argumentspresented, Assignment
4. Itis Axiomaticthat,inmodernindustrialsocieties, religion and custom are growing progressively weaker as normative forces and law progressively stronger
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5. Regarded as Axiomaticthat all human beings are naturally free andequal, andthat noone is naturally endowed with the righttocommand, coerce, and punish (chapter 12)
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6. “ ‘It is Axiomaticthat a contract is to be interpreted so as to give effect to the intention of the parties as expressed in the unequivocal language employed’ ” ( Breed v
7. Itis Axiomaticthat weinpublicpositions maynotmakedecisionsofthis nature about people weknow.Itisimpossibleto guardagainstthe riskthat aspectsofaperson'slifewith which onehasbecomefamiliar, andwhich onemayor maynot endorse,will subconsciously influencethe decision.Inthiscaseweknowfrom DrWaldersee'sdissent,that the decision to investigatewasaborderline …
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8. It is Axiomaticthat liability follows direct ownership, and de facto ownership has been the object of innumerable IRS challenges to traditional trusts
9. This view holds that Descartes asserts that he is thinking, that he believes it Axiomaticthat ‘whatever
10. It is, of course, Axiomaticthat the facts upon which liability is based must be proved on thebalance of probabilities
11. It is Axiomaticthat patent “claims” define the scope of the monopoly. The standard justification for this doctrine is the notice theory, where claim text is supposed to accurately describethe inventi on so that competitors know what is protected
12. The value of strict tests It is almost Axiomaticthat models should be rigourously tested, but this belief (with which we agree) leaves importantquestionsunanswered
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13. IthasbecomeAxiomaticthatNiccoloMachiavellideploredChristianity and longed for areturn to pagan religiouspractices, which dulyappreciated aggressiveness and thisworldly glory.
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14. Therefore,it is Axiomaticthat a careful analysis of the anatomyand functionof the velopharyngeal defect is necessary in order to plan the pharyngoplasty which is likely to produce the optimumresult
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15. Itis Axiomaticthat acomplaint orinformation must state everysinglefact necessary to constitute the offense charged; otherwise, a motion to dismiss or to quash on the ground that the complaint or information charges no offense may be properly sustained
16. It is Axiomaticthat the patient has a much greater chance of being saved if the bleed occurs slowly enough for investigations to be carried out prior to definitive surgical attack
17. Itis Axiomaticthat, ofall potential purchasers, the individual with the lowest discountrate (the lowest need for present consumption) will offer the highest bidfor the art.
18. Foundationoflaw,"henotedthat "[i]t is Axiomaticthat to restore morality,we mustfirst recognizethe sourceofthat morality;'andthat "ourforefathers recognizedthe sovereigntyofGod."
19. It is Axiomaticthat an unambiguous statutory text is ordinarily given effect according to the plain meaning of its terms
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20. This view holds thatDescartes asserts that he is thinking, that he believes it Axiomaticthat ‘whatever thinks must exist’ andtherefore that he logically concludes that he exists
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21. It is Axiomaticthat onecannotvacatethatwhichdoesnotexist
22. Continuing education dean or director it is not Axiomaticthat the pool of candidates will be drawn from those within the core of the continuing education field, that …
23. In the reasoning of Thomas Aquinas, it is Axiomaticthat grace does not destroy but perfects nature
24. Institutional norms evolve from the people present in an institution, it’s Axiomaticthat changing the people present will change norms
25. This approach is contrary to what has long been considered Axiomaticthat the Constitution defines due process.
26. Twenty-five years ago it was Axiomaticthat this "rule" was honored more in the breach than in the observance
27. Nevertheless, attempts to base community projects on some form ofrationale are laudable, and often in ironic contrast to some situations in thepublic sector, where most professional health promoters are employed.Within British health and social services, it is widely accepted as Axiomaticthat collaboration between statutory, voluntary and
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28. Evidence, it is Axiomaticthat argument is not evidence
29. Underlying the majority of responses commonly given to these questions is the assumption -usually Axiomaticthat music is central to our lives and implicated deeply in who we are, not just aesthetically but existentially
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30. It is perhaps Axiomaticthat the absence of specific ICT accessibility requirements in procurement processes has not lead to a complementary need for monitoring of compliance
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31. 2003"Itis Axiomaticthat withoutsecrecy,notrade secret canexist"
32. Axiomaticthat suchspecimensbecarefully scrutinizedto avoid misdiagnosis
33. “It is Axiomaticthat courts, as a general rule, will notinquire into the adequacy of considerationonce consideration is said to exist.” Rogersv
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Definition of axiomatic. 1 : taken for granted : self-evident an axiomatic truth. 2 : based on or involving an axiom or system of axioms axiomatic set theory.
Definition of axiom. 1 : a statement accepted as true as the basis for argument or inference : postulate sense 1 one of the axioms of the theory of evolution.
8 Daily Life Examples Of Axioms
In mathematics, an axiomatic system is any set of axioms from which some or all axioms can be used in conjunction to logically derive theorems. A theory is a consistent, relatively-self-contained body of knowledge which usually contains an axiomatic system and all its derived theorems.