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The city's outer suburbs are eerily quiet, thanks to the preponderance of unsold and foreclosed homes.
It is the signature of absence rather than preponderance.
Multiply titles by sales, and their preponderance is overwhelming.
The preponderance of the dollar in global capital markets remains overwhelming.
The vast preponderance of smartphone adoption has occurred just in the past couple years.
Science itself advances gradually through a preponderance of evidence toward a fuller understanding about how things work.
It is plaintiff's burden to prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the infringement was willful.
Unfortunately, the preponderance of evidence is grim.
The preponderance of scientific evidence now indicates global warming will not be catastrophic.
The preponderance of comparatively recent art (as opposed to old masters) is interesting.
We operate on the basis of preponderance of evidence.
And the preponderance of evidence says it ended in failure.
The preponderance of evidence continues to indicate there is no threat.
Given the extra clue of shirt colour, the preponderance of misattribution was connected with apparent membership of a coalition.
Science is based on the best preponderance of evidence and not perfect evidence.
He argues that the decision is clearly against the preponderance of the evidence.
We will not reverse the trial court's decision unless its findings are clearly against the preponderance of the evidence.
However, some jurisdictions allow persuasion by a preponderance of the evidence.
Maternity may be established at any time by a preponderance of the evidence.
Appellant appeals, arguing that the determination of the trial court was clearly against the preponderance of the evidence.
Recommendation based on observational studies with a preponderance of benefit over harm.

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