- n. Plural form of justification.
“In fact, this was one of the main justifications of the stimulus!”
“One of the main justifications for the law at issue there was that unsold surplus wheat tends to eventually find itself in interstate commerce, indicating that that particular objection is not well-grounded.”
“Thus whatever you say about the intentions and the legal justifications is just begging the question as long as U.S. refuses to give her “victims” a day in court.”
“There were four main justifications for these increases.”
“The short term justifications cited for non-disclosure have evolved from simple public panic in the early days of the UFO cover-up to major disruptions in our social-political-economic systems and organized religion.”
“Neither of these justifications is merely a claim of moral disapproval.”
“Whether or not you agree with the justifications is not the question.”
“The site administrators have two main justifications for their anti -” Twilight” beliefs, “It’s poorly written and promotes ideas that teenage girls shouldn’t be taking to heart.””
“As it doesn’t seem to fit the pay-to-incentive-long-term-profit-maximization model well, I think strong skepticism about the justifications is warranted.”
“Knocking down those fallacious justifications is easy enough, but I can’t help but feel that the practice misses something vitally important about the psychology of prescriptivism.”
Looking for tweets for justifications.