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use "plea" in a sentence

His bail plea was rejected and his judicial custody extended till july 11, 2008. CBI said that he was still among the suspects.

In court, in May 2008, Deputy District Attorney joe Camarata agreed to a plea deal allowing Cepeda to plead no contest to a charge of being in
in the original series, making it more plausible as to how no one notices a resemblance between Adam and He-Man.

I never speak to anyone, never; I receive nothing, I give nothing… When you live alone you no longer know what it is to tell something: the plausible disappears at the same time as the friends.

Auto Katalog 1986, pp126, 239. While being a plausible figure, the Auto Katalog top speed numbers often seem like mere conjecture.

And his visit is the most plausible explanation for the early appearance of the church there.

Based on the Ernie and Bert skit There were monkeys in my bed, in which the song "Living in, on, and under" is sung, it may be plausible that Hooper's is open in early morning hours like a convenience store or truck stop.

Absence of contact information may seem plausible if the applicant claims they are no longer in business, living far away, or otherwise out of touch.

On the other hand, Thompson does accept that some peoples on the list are plausible e.g.

But this is not an absolute distinction, and sciences where experiments are hard to perform (like particle physics or evolutionary biology ) in part depend on plausible and consistent narratives ("stories") to yield hypotheses at all.

And even now existentialism is not a philosophy I find either attractive or plausible.

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