(1) That she had contracted the infection from a man, who thereafter turned his back, leaving her to unsupported single-parent suffering, points up the layered violence and disadvantage that became her lot as a woman.(2) The claims that it is so related are based on scientifically unsupported assumptions.(3) Whilst a sportscotland spokesperson confirmed that Scottish bobsleigh athletes are not ineligible for funding, he is currently financially unsupported .(4) However, it is generally accepted the cause is the sudden whip-like movement of the head, relative to the torso, during a rear crash as the seat is pushed forward at high speed but the unsupported head lags behind.(5) His hand was on another squab when the ladder cracked and he was suddenly unsupported in the darkness, scrabbling with both hands to hold on to timbers, losing his grip and absurdly dangling from the rope.(6) Thus the present generation offers unsupported evidence to the next, just as the authors of the 1920s did in their ‘authoritative’ texts.(7) The branch PO tells me that the publicity committee is hopeful of landing a sponsor shortly for the upcoming Towns' Cup, which was unsupported financially last season.(8) Gray bars represent the frequencies of correct nodes that were unsupported (false negatives, or type II errors) for a given cutoff value(9) If on the other hand she is to be regarded merely as making submissions they can bear very little weight as they were unsupported by any evidence (even a witness statement) from the appellant or documents from Colombia.(10) The scientific community considers these claims to be unsupported by the evidence: they have no standing in the fields of biology, geology, or cosmology.(11) More often, however, the mass media provide tacit support for untested and unsupported claims by saying nothing skeptical about even the most outlandish of claims.(12) It's filled with unsupported assertions, deceptive qualifiers, logical fallacies and rhetorical tricks so cheap they would make a trial lawyer blush.(13) However, if the data do not support the proposed solution then the scientist conducting the experiment must be open-minded and accept that the hypothesis/theory is unsupported .(14) If the evidence was indeed new and unsupported by the documentary evidence and the head teacher refused to produce his notes, there might have been considerable scope for effective cross-examination.(15) He was a witness who had told so many lies that the judge found it necessary to gave the jury a very strong warning; he said that they should be extremely cautious about relying on his evidence when it was unsupported by other evidence.(16) It's all very well and good to toss off unsupported assertions on paper, because the habit of wrapping inaccuracy in arrogance is the old medium's most venerable tradition, especially at Spencer Street.