presumptively : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r by reasonable assumption
- So he builds the world's largest candy factory and manages it in a way that could be described as presumptively eccentric.
- In the 1974 Nixon Tapes Case, the Supreme Court recognized that presidential conversations with executive staff are presumptively privileged, but then proclaimed that, unless .
- In California, Chief Justice Ronald George declared that from now on, any laws that discriminate against gays in California are presumptively unconstitutional and will be subject .
News & Articles
- Weld County bodies identified
Two bodies found in rural Weld County have been "presumptively" identified as two women kidnapped earlier.
Feb. 7, 2014 - KMGH 7 Denver
- Deborah Poritz in Edison Sentinel
As long as you don't infringe the right to have a gun in the home for self-defence, then you are probably going to fall within the 'reasonable restrictions' language that the court said in [its previous Washington gun ruling] is presumptively... Paul Helmke http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Helmke&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGEKHvD83PpaKarh1DDScjrUqZm0A The Age http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.theage.com.au/world/gun-battle-lines-drawn-with-ammunition-aplenty-20100709-1042z.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHNSuKgMM29t8up8osivuau1HaI6w Jul 9, 2010
77260 104221 presumptively When we say that the Legislature cannot deny the tangible benefits of marriage to same-sex couples," Poritz wrote in her dissent, "but then suggest that 'a separate statutory scheme, which uses a title other than marriage' is presumptively...
- Ann M Veneman in ë™ì•„ì¼ë³´
A single Holstein cow from Washington State was tested as presumptively positive for BSE or what is widely known as mad cow disease,US Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman said at a news conference.