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adj that which cannot be admitted into evidence in a legal proceeding under the established rules of law.
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My friends the wood-cutters were likewise scandalized, and with a better show of reason--though I admit that the reason itself was quite inadmissible.
Celestine's little feet, covered with fine silk stockings and turk-satin shoes (for silk-satin is inadmissible in deep mourning) were of elegant proportions.
If they were given that right, they could have proved the evidence was inadmissible, a senior appeal judge said yesterday.
In January, a total of 9,842 people presenting themselves were deemed inadmissible compared to 11,514 in December, and 9,911 in November.
Customs and Border Protection states that, "Any foreign national may be inadmissible due to the commission to a crime involving drug possession.
In a decision published on Thursday, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) found inadmissible an application submitted by Greek Cypriot refugee Pavlos Loizou against Turkey regarding compensation for his family house in Kyrenia.
It is inadmissible, Alexander Lukashenko emphasized.
Aguirre refused to discuss the alleged contents of the cellphone conversion, saying it was inadmissible because it was taken 'in violation of my right to privacy.
It may be mentioned that Justice Kayani has already set aside the trial court's verdict and acquitted Kazmi, observing that the 'entire documentary evidence is inadmissible and cannot be relied upon for the purpose of conviction' in the case.
The stance of the Islamic Emirate is that laying arms to the enemy and cooperating in realization of their sinister designs is inadmissible in Sharia and is contrary to the wishes of millions of martyrs.
Tax authorities also expressed concern that how field formations have issued inadmissible tax exemption certificates at import stage without following due process of law.
TORONTO, Dhu-AlHijjah 25, 1437, September 26, 2016, SPA -- An agreement signed between Canada's border agency and China will result in the faster deportation of Chinese citizens deemed inadmissible by Canadian authorities, a Liberal government spokesman said on Sunday, according to Reuters.