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conclusion

1. the last main division of a speech, lecture, essay, etc.
2. Logic
a. a statement that purports to follow from another or others (the premises) by means of an argument
b. a statement that does validly follow from given premises
3. Law
a. an admission or statement binding on the party making it; estoppel
b. the close of a pleading or of a conveyance
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3 : to bring about as a result <They would like to conclude an agreement on working together.
69-136 (3) concludes, in two hypothetical situations, that differential payments made by civilian employers to "former" employees who have been called to active duty in the U.
Using the guidance of footnote 51 of the release text and Question 17 of the FAQ, we are left to conclude that there are two possible circumstances where the presumption might be overcome.
In a 1999 report, the NRDC concludes that bottled water quality is probably not inferior to average tap water, but Olson (the report's principal author) says that gaps in the weak regulatory framework may allow careless or unscrupulous bottlers to market substandard products.
2) Nonetheless, he concludes that "the association between estrogen use and ovarian cancer should be worrisome enough for clinicians to consider carefully whether to suggest estrogen-only [hormone replacement therapy].
He concludes that Smith regarded consumption within an ethical, aesthetic, and economic framework.
Okerson concludes the future is likely to be neither "catastrophe" nor "utopia" but "a little more of a muddle and a little less simple.
This generosity is evident in her treatment of the controversial claims of animal rights ethicists who, like Peter Singer and Tom Regan, conclude "that animals have an inherent right to be respected by humans, that certain things are 'due' them .
Paragraph 5 provides that certain agencies may also create a PE but requires that a person be acting on behalf of an enterprise and have--and habitually exercise--in a Contracting State an authority to conclude contracts in the name of the enterprise, with exceptions for certain activities (such as storage facilities) listed in Paragraph 4 of the Model Treaty.
But as I indicated earlier, it is much too soon to conclude that these concerns are behind us.
Supreme Court has interpreted the exception and its permissible scope, one can conclude that if the facts indicate a warrant could be obtained to search a vehicle, it is not likely that, as a matter of federal constitutional law, a warrant would be legally required.