adducer


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adducer

(əˈdjuːsə)
n
someone who adduces
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Noun1.adducer - a discussant who offers an example or a reason or a proofadducer - a discussant who offers an example or a reason or a proof
discussant - a participant in a formal discussion
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This refinement of the old 'best evidence' rule begs an important question: would a print-out of an electronic document be regarded as the "best evidence" that the adducer could reasonably be expected to obtain?
The science of Source Methodology in Islamic Jurisprudence, Usul-al-Fiqh, has been defined as the aggregate, considered per se, of legal: proofs and evidence that, when studied properly, will lead either to certain knowledge of Shari'ah ruling, or to at least a reasonable assumption of Shari'ah; the manner by which such proofs are adduced, and the status of the adducer.
The science of Source Methodology in Islamic Jurisprudence, Usul-al-Fiqh, has been defined as the aggregate, considered per se, of legal proofs and evidence that, when studied properly, will lead either to certain knowledge of Shari'ah ruling or to at least a reasonable assumption of Shari'ah; the manner by which such proofs are adduced, and the status of the adducer.