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use "circumstantial" in a sentence

The police now had strong circumstantial evidence against Rader, but they needed more direct evidence in order to detain him.

The outcome of this case raised questions whether the state has the right to execute a person based on circumstantial evidence alone.

"..the evidence in this
these include probable consequences.

Bible: "Any sin can be ascribed, at least in part, to a natural bad tendency that is an extenuating circumstance acceptable to God." The length of the refractory period and the time taken for the dipole to travel a certain distance-the propagation velocity-will determine whether such a circumstance will arise for re-entry to occur.

One of the major steps taken to ensure the survival of the building in the unfortunate circumstance of fire was the installation of a state-of-the-art, dry-feed fire suppression system.

As they make their escape the angels command Lot and his family not to look back under any circumstance.

He said that the worst possible situation is one in which the commoners have half a nation's property, with crown and nobility holding the other half a circumstance fraught with instability and violence.

A kiss that affirms their relationship can't be stopped under any circumstance.

Later Shaw said, "It was a remarkably curious circumstance." When a matron midwife stole Septimus at birth from Sarah Heap to give to DomDaniel, circumstance had it that her own son, Merrin, was taken away by DomDaniel and the real Septimus ended up in the Young Army.

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