"The robber had another motive
for returning to hide under the bed," continued the astonishing boy-journalist.
"There shall be no money motive," I said, "no idea of personal advantage in the service I mean to render to Lady Glyde.
Whatever the Count may have done, Sir Percival has consented to the conspiracy against Laura from another motive besides the motive of gain.
motives if the discrimination were because of age or disability rather
Is there any order here at all, or is the law of mixed motives as
In part, the varied treatment of motives, from one legal question
Our motives jurisprudence therefore springs from the minds of judges,
One of the most widely used questionnaires to assess cannabis smoking motives is the Marijuana Motives Measure (MMM; Simons et al., 1998).
Very few prospective studies about marijuana motives and related outcomes have been conducted.
The general aim of the present research was to develop a short version of the MMM that may facilitate the inclusion of cannabis-smoking motives in surveys, or in prevention or treatment programs, for which administration time and space are limited (Kuntsche & Kuntsche, 2009).
However, as in previous studies about motives, we analyzed only the data of those who had tried marijuana at least once in their life.
Eduardo Acierto linking a presidential adviser to drugs, the senator also described Acierto's motives as 'suspect.'
'What is the motive?' Lacson asked on Thursday at the Kapihan sa Senado forum where Acierto's report linking former presidential adviser Michael Yang and Allan Lim to the drug trade was discussed.
'What is his motive in coming out and accusing [President Duterte] with a document that he had already shown several officials?' asked Lacson, a former national police chief.
Whatever his motive, Lacson said authorities should start a probe or voters would think the charges were ignored.