According to Michael Thornton of (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3054593/Diana-Prince-Charles-secret-daughter-living-hiding.html) Daily Mail , there was a narrow basis
of fact in the story.
They have a narrow basis
for their belief: A rule set in place in 1955 by Pope Pius XII, allowing only 12 "viri selecti" (chosen or select men) to take part in the rite of the Washing of the Feet.
The narrow basis
of the Appellate Court ruling should not diminish the significance of this case, or the threat to journalists posed by the lower court's ruling.
"With tourism we have moved away from selling Wales on a narrow basis
, on say its castles.
But she expressed "deep concerns" for the budget's "short sighted and narrow basis
On this narrow basis
the CCA found there had been a miscarriage of justice.
Tritosternum with narrow basis
, tritosternal laciniae divided into three, marginally serrate branches (Fig.
Mirakhor was reported as saying Islamic finance is like "a movement toward becoming more other conscious...having consciousness about the other fellow, about the general public interest." And, that is in a wide contrast to the "simple narrow basis
of self interest which motivates, supposedly, the economic agents in the liberal economic system," he maintained.
The service attributed the outlook revision to the narrow basis
differentials, which, if unchanged, will lower the underlying value of REX's pipeline capacity and will materially reduce cash flow after the contracts expiry in 2019.
We will certainly be seeking legal advice with a view to challenging this doubtful and narrow basis
for rejecting our application.
The very narrow basis
on which the 5-4 Supreme Court's Heller decision voided Washington D.C.'s handgun ban was that law-abiding responsible adults have a Second Amendment right to possess handguns for the defense of their homes and families.
It was also highly relevant that the press did not contest the proceedings and that the Attorney General, representing the public interest, did not oppose an injunction under the narrow basis
of Article 8 of the Human Rights Convention, which requires respect for someone's private and family life.