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Adj.1.substantiative - serving to support or corroborate; "collateral evidence"
supportive - furnishing support or assistance; "a supportive family network"; "his family was supportive of his attempts to be a writer"
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"We have repeatedly, during a number of years, and constantly raised a question about substantiative talks on the disarmament issue," Putin said.
"Due to the extinguishment of the criminal liability of the accused-movant by virtue of prescription, the court sees no practical need to further discuss his allegation that he was deprived of his right to substantiative and procedural due process on the ground of the alleged lack of preliminary investigation of these cases with the Office of the Ombudsman," the Sandiganbayan ruled.
The Northern Gold Foods plant will be "a substantiative value-added food processing company in the Southern Willamette Valley," he said.
Sources said that the CCI began its probe some time back following a reference from a Parliamentary panel in this regard but is yet to find anything substantiative against the airlines on cartelization charges as no one seems to be making profits through 'the unfair pricing of air tickets'.
Mr Putin acknowledged that their opinions were conflicting in some issues, but their talks were "very substantiative and helpful, Mr Putin told media during a farewell conference at the Hilton hotel.
However, other than these, as Imtiaz (2010a) and Sikandar (2010) state, we hardly have a noteworthy publishing market or substantiative critical books on creative writing practices in Pakistan, a state that even our writers seem to be aware of (Imtiaz, A Short Story of Fiction, 2010a); the writings about creative writing being a precious few and far between, are mostly unavailable in libraries, with only the odd good article or review in a publication actually getting at its subject and putting the reader in a frame of mind appropriate to the reception of an event' (Hashmi, 1990, p.48).