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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Syed's trial counsel had an obligation to speak with the alibi witness as part of the pre-trial investigation, especially since the witness as was later learned -- would have mentioned her boyfriend and his friend as corroborating witnesses, as well as the potential presence of a security camera at the library, said Stetson, of Hogan Lovells in Washington.
The RTC however did not accept Gaspar's alibi and found him guilty beyond reasonable doubt as charged.
At the same time, local Detective Inspector McFadgen is obsessed with sending Peacock to prison over the murder of a local informant, and is convinced his alibi for the night in question is a little too airtight.
Caption: HIGH ACHIEVERS From the top: Dancing With The Wind, Bombola and Alibi all took top spots at the Beneteau Cup.
Businessman Kairat Zhamalov was arrested on suspicion to torturing Alibi Zhumagulov for two months, the authorities said.
ALIBI: Says he saw Lucy and Billy Mitchell arguing - but he was also at Roxy and Ronnie's party.
The Original Alibi is a contemporary Noir detective novel.
ANGORA ALIBI: A SEASIDE KNITTER'S MYSTERY provides a satisfying new mystery in the series and revolves around yarn shop owner Izzy and her husband, who are looking forward to a new baby until premonitions of disaster lead to murder.
The Mavericks "gentlemen's club" in Cape Town, South Africa, recently added a new line of products to their bar sales: The "Alibi" line of personal fragrances for men.
An alibi is a claim that you were elsewhere at the time a crime was committed (Olson & Wells, 2004).