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  • They asked for an opportunity to salvage a federal rule of evidence that allows hearsay testimony in narrow circumstances.
  • A tweet can be a reliable source in narrow circumstances, which you seem to have a handle on.
  • The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction only in narrow circumstances, but holds appellate jurisdiction over the entire state judicial system.
  • The bill would also undo the Oregon Death With Dignity Act, a voter-approved statute that allows physician-assisted suicide in narrow circumstances for terminally ill patients.
  • YouTube isn't generally a reliable source, except in narrow circumstances, and the way you're talking is pretty close to claiming it's a source.
  • When an existing drug receives FDA approval for a new use, the pharmaceutical company sometimes receives an extension on the patent _ which now lasts 20 years _ but only in narrow circumstances.
  • In making his decision allowing Lindh's attorneys to subpoena Robert Young Pelton, Ellis said that journalists are exempted from having to testify in narrow circumstances such as protecting a confidential source or harassment.
  • :I'm not an admin but recommend you to solicit feedback from Wikipedia : RS / N . In " general ", blogs are disallowed as a RS except in narrow circumstances . talk ) 19 : 48, 3 July 2008 ( UTC)
  • Louisiana's legislature on Monday became the first in the nation to approve a law allowing a new and more binding form of marriage contract, one that would permit divorce only in narrow circumstances such as adultery, abuse, abandonment, a lengthy marital separation or imprisonment on a felony.
  • COVENANT-MARRIAGE ( Baton Rouge, La . ) _ Louisiana's Legislature becomes the first to approve a new and more binding form of marriage contract, one that would allow divorce only in narrow circumstances such as adultery, abuse, abandonment, a lengthy marital separation or the felony conviction of one spouse.
  • In the case of Redux and Pondimin, for example, after approving them for use in narrow circumstances, the FDA could do nothing about doctors prescribing those diet pills with another in a combination known as fen-phen ( for fenfluramine, or Pondamin, and phentermine, an amphetamine-like drug ) that some weight-loss clinics based their entire practices on.