ALIBI


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ALIBIAdaptive Location of Internetworked Bases of Information
ALIBIAssessment of LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) Installations for BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion) Incidents
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Businessman Kairat Zhamalov was arrested on suspicion to torturing Alibi Zhumagulov for two months, the authorities said.
The Alibi line is clearly one of the most exciting solutions we've ever offered," Norman continued.
Apart from inconsistencies noted in Orteso's testimony, which militates against his credibility, his defense of alibi does not meet the requirements of physical impossibility of time and place," she said.
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Despite the great weight alibis can carry in the courtroom, alibi research is limited.
He told her: "The first that we've heard of any suggestion that you can alibi your son for this murder is today.
The alibi generation research has yet to address the importance of narratives.
That is, according to Justin Weir in Leo Tolstoy and the Alibi of Narrative, he seems to question language's ability to convey an author's meaning even as he wields language to do precisely that in his own works.
On the first floor of the Liberty Hotel, in an area that was once the "drunk tank," housing short-stay criminals who committed DUIs or who were arrested over a long weekend, is the Alibi Bar and Lounge.
The report didn't confirm this alibi, or say what happened to the cross-dressing young man.
The 28-year-old man was charged with attacking the Indian and robbing him in his apartment, but was cleared by the High Criminal Court because he had an alibi for the robbery night.
A convicted killer who got a new trial by claiming his lawyer failed to present an alibi defense at his trial 10 years ago has changed his story again.