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“But it's not always what it appears prima facie, which is what the Post sees.”
“a facie, that is three buftiels; but if had from the country ty ffes. load* which is 60 facks, it may be bought for”
“The deal is not going to be negative prime facie, that is obvious.”
“I think that idea of where there's prima facie evidence that something has systemically badly gone wrong within a newspaper, the idea of sending a figure like that in, whose credibility is going to be dependent on not having the wool pulled over their eyes … is quite a good one and that the organisation where something has gone wrong should bear the cost of that.”
“The state of the law is now in the absurd position of disallowing racial quotas, but virtually guaranteeing conviction for those who do not adhere to racial quotas on the grounds that the very fact of nonadherence is prima facie evidence of racial discrimination.”
“Then isn't the fact that NYC public schools are structuring their salaries as if seniority made a big difference -- paying 50% more money to more-senior teachers who aren't any better -- prima facie evidence of mismanagement?”
“Question: Should you be allowed to prevail in a lawsuit on the grounds that such a policy is "prima facie evidence of mismanagement" as Paul asserted in an earlier post?”
“The argument he made was that it's prima facie ridiculous to be proud of substance when you're about to lose an election.”
“Despite tens of thousands of complaints, very few have been categorized by Bell as a prima facie violation of the do-not-call list.”
“Bell reviews each complaint and provides a prima facie evaluation of whether it is valid, invalid, or indeterminate (which require further investigation).”
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