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The internal review found that some teams of investigators would only substantiate chokeholds if they could prove that a victim’s breathing had been restricted.
STILL CAN’T BREATHEBY TOPHER SANDERS, PROPUBLICA, AND YOAV GONEN, THE CITY, VIDEO BY LUCAS WALDRON, PROPUBLICAJANUARY 21, 2021PROPUBLICA
The latter possibility, if substantiated, would, of course, cause a flurry of excitement among theoretical physicists to say the least, as it could imply the existence of new forces and particles.
Yet, the lack of OTAs this year demonstrated that those theories aren’t substantiated.
She reported the death to the state, which, in a February letter to Williams, said it did not substantiate the complaint but found other unrelated violations at the facility.
Judges, regardless of who appointed them, to date have overwhelmingly found that there was nothing to substantiate the allegations of massive fraud.
How far Greene was able to substantiate his claim before the university is not recorded; he died in October, 1630.
This power of the pulpit enabled the hierarchy to set up and substantiate any claims which they chose.
However, this is pure speculation, as there is nothing to substantiate such an assumption.
HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURGJOHN T. GOOLRICK
To substantiate and set forth at large the momentous distinction between Reason and Understanding.
AIDS TO REFLECTIONSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
As we have hinted at the strength of his memory, we will now produce some facts to substantiate the truth.

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