(1) Labor will also make it more difficult for repeat offenders to get bail, no matter how minor the offence, by overturning the presumption in favour of bail.(2) Still, much like her counterparts today, she must contend with a presumption of male privilege.(3) It is at this point that the requirement of substantial grounds for a disqualifying apprehension of bias and the strong presumption of judicial impartiality are applicable.(4) It is not right to say that there is a presumption in favour of reinstatement with the burden on the defendant to show that it would not be reasonable.(5) There is, therefore, a presumption in favour of the appeal proposal under S54A unless other material considerations indicate otherwise.(6) There was a presumption in favour of freedom of expression, which was a primary right in a democracy.(7) I have been responding to my learned friend's submission that there was, in a sense, a presumption of concurrency which could be read into this legislation.(8) The notion of escape from the present is ubiquitous in these works, consistent with the presumption underlying the idea of Utopia as a place of retreat from the present world.(9) Probably the presumption was that, merely by picking such a child up and taking it home, a person assumed the role of its legal guardian.(10) Such a decision, especially today, requires extraordinarily strong reasons for overriding the presumption in favor of peace and against war.(11) Both in disciplinary law and in civil law the presumption of competence must prevail.(12) The site lies within the urban area and the appellant states that there is therefore a presumption in favour of development.(13) I do not think that it is helpful in this context, therefore, to regard the presumption in favour of the development plan as a governing or paramount one.(14) It is one thing to seek to excuse Machiavelli's cynicism and cruelty on the grounds that he was a man of his time - a victim as well as an architect of Renaissance arrogance and presumption .(15) he lifted her off the ground, and she was enraged at his presumption(16) That is arrogant presumption to insist that some authors and works deserve to be declared meritorious as a matter of fairness.