A spokesman for the University of Birmingham's Student Services team added: "The university classes extenuating circumstances
as those which a student could not have predicted, has no control over or which seriously affect their ability to carry out an assessment.
She stressed that the burden of documenting extenuating circumstances
and hardships would remain with mortgage applicants where it always has been.
The judge added: "It is therefore among the most exceptional and extenuating circumstances
Their preliminary thoughts are to put the license "on hold" if the BSN is not completed, unless there are extenuating circumstances
, resulting in an extension period.
For example, your policy might state that you will consider your employee to have voluntarily resigned after three consecutive "no call, no shows," unless there are extenuating circumstances
Washington established three new theft-related crimes--theft with intent to resell, organized retail theft, and retail theft with extenuating circumstances
, such as use of theft devices or leaving through an emergency exit.
Presiding Judge Takeshi Kaneko described the crime itself ''selfish'' and ''leaving no room for extenuating circumstances
Of course there are sometimes extenuating circumstances
as when Villa boss Martin O'Neill took an extended break from the game after leaving Celtic to care for his sick wife.
District officials take into account a student's record, whether it's a first or second offense, and other extenuating circumstances
before meting out punishment.
However, short of outright acquittal, jurors could choose on their own initiative to convict with extenuating circumstances
(circonstances attenuantes), a limiting factor applicable to all crimes in the Code Penal (Article 463), thanks to a law promulgated on 28 June 1832.
While no financial help can be given, we can help those with extenuating circumstances
by devising a payment plan to spread the cost.
A spokeswoman for The Association of British Insurers says insurance companies are taking into account the extenuating circumstances
of the past week and dealing with each case individually.
The new policy allows candidates who encounter extenuating circumstances
during the two-year certification process to request, in writing, a single one-year extension before being assessed an application extension fee.
If criminals commit certain crimes, they automatically get a set number of years in prison, regardless of extenuating circumstances
Moyes can certainly understand why supporters are getting agitated, although he feels there are extenuating circumstances
which were always likely to make life difficult this summer.