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That which conveys what is announced.
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  1. That which conveys what is announced.
  2. A broadcast message, especially a program note or commercial.
  3. The content which is announced.
A frank admission or acknowledgment.
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  1. A frank admission or acknowledgment.
  2. An open declaration of affirmation or admission of knowledge.
The thing stated; account, declaration, assertion, etc.
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  1. The thing stated; account, declaration, assertion, etc.
  2. A formal oral or written declaration, especially with regard to facts or claims:
  3. A declaration of fact or an allegation by a witness; a piece of sworn testimony. See also closing statement, evidence, and opening statement. A declaration of fact or an allegation by a witness; a piece of sworn testimony. See also closing statement, evidence, and opening statement.
The power or style of speaking
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  1. The power or style of speaking
  2. The ability to speak.
  3. That which is uttered; esp., a word or words uttered, whether written or spoken
Knowledge or facts learned, especially about a certain subject or event.
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  1. Knowledge or facts learned, especially about a certain subject or event.
  2. A person or agency answering questions as a service to others
  3. The act of informing or the condition of being informed; communication of knowledge:
The letter, form, etc. used to convey such a notice
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  1. The letter, form, etc. used to convey such a notice
  2. Something, such as a letter, by which notice is given.
  3. (Countable) A specific piece of information that serves to notify.
Something declared to be true; a positive statement or judgment.
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  1. Something declared to be true; a positive statement or judgment.
  2. The act of affirming the truth of one’s statement. It serves the same purpose as an oath and is usually done when the declarant objects to making an oath on religious or ethical ground.
  3. A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts. It is sometimes required that the document be signed and the truth of its content be affirmed by the declarant in the presence of a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also oath, affirm, and affidavit.
The style or manner with which something is offered for consideration or display:
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  1. The style or manner with which something is offered for consideration or display:
  2. Anything known by sense perception rather than by description; percept
  3. (Philos., Psychol.) Anything present in the consciousness at a single moment as an actual sensation or a mental image
A setting forth of facts, ideas, etc.; detailed explanation
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  1. A setting forth of facts, ideas, etc.; detailed explanation
  2. The part of a play that provides the background information needed to understand the characters and the action.
  3. A statement or rhetorical discourse intended to give information about or an explanation of difficult material.
A means of communicating, especially:
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  1. A means of communicating, especially:
  2. (Biology) The transfer of information from one molecule, cell, or organism to another, as by chemical or electrical signals or by behaviors.
  3. The exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, signals, writing, or behavior.
Something uncovered; a revelation.
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  1. Something uncovered; a revelation.
  2. The act or process of revealing or uncovering.
  3. The release of information about a person or entity. Of a corporation, the filing of documents and statements required by law; in litigation, the release of documents and other information subpoenaed or otherwise sought by the other side. See also discovery. The release of information about a person or entity. Of a corporation, the filing of documents and statements required by law; in litigation, the release of documents and other information subpoenaed or otherwise sought by the other side. See also discovery.
An assertion of fact that one intends to prove at trial, especially one in a legal pleading such as a complaint, counterclaim, or indictment.
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  1. An assertion of fact that one intends to prove at trial, especially one in a legal pleading such as a complaint, counterclaim, or indictment.
  2. (Law) An assertion, made in a pleading, that its maker proposes to support with evidence
  3. An assertion that someone has done something wrong, often without proof:
A striving to win in competition; rivalry:
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  1. A striving to win in competition; rivalry:
  2. The act of contending; strife, struggle, controversy, dispute, quarrel, etc.
  3. A statement or point that one argues for as true or valid
The interpretation, meaning, or sense given in explaining
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  1. The interpretation, meaning, or sense given in explaining
  2. A mutual defining of terms, declaration of motives, etc. to clear up a misunderstanding or settle a dispute
  3. The act or process of explaining:
(Proper) The last book of the New Testament, ascribed to John (in full The Revelation of Saint John the Divine); Apocalypse
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  1. (Proper) The last book of the New Testament, ascribed to John (in full The Revelation of Saint John the Divine); Apocalypse
  2. (Theol.) Communication, by a divinity or by divine agency, of divine truth or knowledge; specif., God's manifestation of the divinity or of the divine will to humanity
  3. Something, as a writing or event, containing or showing such a communication, disclosure, or manifestation
Something markedly similar to another of the same class:
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  1. Something markedly similar to another of the same class:
  2. An act in response or retaliation:
  3. To respond to a pleading, discovery request, or other judicial process or procedural step. To respond to a pleading, discovery request, or other judicial process or procedural step. To address or counter allegations, account for one’s actions, or otherwise put up a defense. To assume the liability or responsibility for another’s actions. To pay a debt or other liability; to suffer the consequences for one’s actions. A pleading that is a defendant’s principal response to a plaintiff’s complaint. It denies, admits, or otherwise addresses each of the allegations in the complaint. It also usually sets forth the defendant’s affirmative defenses and counterclaims. See also reply.
A recommendation of a particular product, service or person.
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  1. A recommendation of a particular product, service or person.
  2. A public notice or announcement, usually paid for, as of things for sale, needs, etc.
  3. (Marketing) A commercial solicitation designed to sell some commodity, service or similar.
The act of one who says
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  1. The act of one who says
  2. A proverb or maxim; something often said.
A statement or account brought in and presented, often for publication
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  1. A statement or account brought in and presented, often for publication
  2. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group:
  3. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail:
All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
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  1. All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
  2. A declaration or statement made under oath or affirmation by a witness in a court, often in response to questioning, to establish a fact
  3. Evidence in support of a fact or assertion; proof.
A ritualistic declaration, typically based on an appeal to God or a god or to some revered person or object, that one will speak the truth, keep a promise, remain faithful, etc.
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  1. A ritualistic declaration, typically based on an appeal to God or a god or to some revered person or object, that one will speak the truth, keep a promise, remain faithful, etc.
  2. The irreverent or profane use of the name of God or of a sacred thing to express anger or emphasize a statement
  3. A solemn swearing to the truth of statements delivered orally and/or in written form. Making of false statements while under oath may result in prosecution for perjury. An affidavit is a written oath. See also affirmation. A solemn swearing to the truth of statements delivered orally and/or in written form. Making of false statements while under oath may result in prosecution for perjury. An affidavit is a written oath. See also affirmation.
A symbol or set of symbols expressing some mathematical fact, as a quantity or operation
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  1. A symbol or set of symbols expressing some mathematical fact, as a quantity or operation
  2. A facial aspect or a look that conveys a special feeling:
  3. The act of expressing, conveying, or representing in words, art, music, or movement; a manifestation:
A vocation or occupation requiring advanced education and training, and involving intellectual skills, as medicine, law, theology, engineering, teaching, etc.
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  1. A vocation or occupation requiring advanced education and training, and involving intellectual skills, as medicine, law, theology, engineering, teaching, etc.
  2. A professing, or declaring; avowal, whether true or pretended
  3. The act or ceremony of taking vows on formally entering a religious order
A defendant’s failure to deny, or his voluntary acknowledgment of the truth, of an allegation in a complaint, counterclaim, or request for admissions.
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  1. A defendant’s failure to deny, or his voluntary acknowledgment of the truth, of an allegation in a complaint, counterclaim, or request for admissions.
  2. A voluntary acknowledgment of a fact or truth; a concession:
  3. (--- Law) A statement against one's personal interests that can be used as evidence in a law case.
A general acknowledgment of sin, or a form expressing this used in public worship
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  1. A general acknowledgment of sin, or a form expressing this used in public worship
  2. A story of or as of one's life experiences, revealing faults and confidential personal details
  3. An admission of guilt, esp. formally in writing, as by a person charged with a crime
The act of enunciating, announcing, proclaiming, or making known; open attestation; declaration; as, the enunciation of an important truth.
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  1. The act of enunciating, announcing, proclaiming, or making known; open attestation; declaration; as, the enunciation of an important truth.
  2. Mode of utterance or pronunciation, especially as regards fullness and distinctness or articulation; as, to speak with a clear or impressive enunciation.
  3. That which is enunciated or announced; words in which a proposition is expressed; an announcement; a formal declaration; a statement.
The act of authenticating a document by observing its execution at the request of the party signing the document, and then signing it as a witness. The act of authenticating a document by observing its execution at the request of the party signing the document, and then signing it as a witness.
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  1. The act of authenticating a document by observing its execution at the request of the party signing the document, and then signing it as a witness. The act of authenticating a document by observing its execution at the request of the party signing the document, and then signing it as a witness.
  2. (Linguistics, of a language or word) An appearance in print or otherwise recorded on a permanent medium.
  3. (Business, finance) The process, performed by accountants or auditors, of providing independent opinion on published financial and other business information of a business, public agency, or other organization.
Something said briefly; comment; casual observation
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  1. Something said briefly; comment; casual observation
  2. A brief or casual expression of opinion; a comment:
  3. The expression, in speech or writing, of something remarked or noticed; the mention of that which is worthy of attention or notice; hence, also, a casual observation, comment, or statement; as, a pertinent remark.
Something claimed in a formal or legal manner, especially a tract of public land staked out by a miner or homesteader.
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  1. Something claimed in a formal or legal manner, especially a tract of public land staked out by a miner or homesteader.
  2. A statement of something as a fact; an assertion of truth:
  3. A statement, as a fact, of something that may be called into question; assertion
A protest; objection
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  1. A protest; objection
  2. The act of protesting
  3. A strong or formal expression of dissent.
An answer or response in return for something:
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  1. An answer or response in return for something:
  2. The act of admitting the existence or truth of something:
  3. The recognition of a fact or the existence of an obligation and the acceptance of the accompanying legal responsibility. For example, a putative father may acknowledge a child as his during a paternity proceeding.
Something that is proclaimed, or announced officially
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  1. Something that is proclaimed, or announced officially
  2. Something proclaimed, especially an official public announcement.
  3. The act of proclaiming or the condition of being proclaimed.
A faith or religion professed
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  1. A faith or religion professed
  2. An occupation, such as law, medicine, or engineering, that requires considerable training and specialized study.
  3. The act or ceremony of taking vows on formally entering a religious order
The act of affirming or the state of being affirmed; assertion.
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  1. The act of affirming or the state of being affirmed; assertion.
  2. A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts. It is sometimes required that the document be signed and the truth of its content be affirmed by the declarant in the presence of a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also oath, affirm, and affidavit.
  3. The act of affirming the truth of one’s statement. It serves the same purpose as an oath and is usually done when the declarant objects to making an oath on religious or ethical ground.
A public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially of a political nature.
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  1. A public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially of a political nature.
A formal expression of opinion; a judgment.
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  1. A formal expression of opinion; a judgment.
  2. The act of pronouncing
  3. A formal, often authoritative statement of a fact, opinion, or judgment
  1. Manifesto
  2. A public declaration or pronouncement; proclamation
  3. An official or authoritarian declaration; a proclamation or edict.
An official order, edict, or decision, as of a church, government, court, etc.
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  1. An official order, edict, or decision, as of a church, government, court, etc.
  2. An administrative act applying or interpreting articles of canon law.
  3. An authoritative order having the force of law.
Any command or order
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  1. Any command or order
  2. An official public proclamation or order issued by authority; decree
  3. A decree or proclamation issued by an authority and having the force of law.
A writing that contains information.
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  1. A writing that contains information.
  2. (--- Computers) A piece of work created with an application, as with a word processor.
  3. A written or printed paper that bears the original, official, or legal form of something and can be used to furnish decisive evidence or information.
A brief update or summary of current news, as on television or radio or in a newspaper.
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  1. A brief update or summary of current news, as on television or radio or in a newspaper.
  2. A brief report, especially an official statement on a matter of public interest issued for immediate publication or broadcast.
  3. A printed program, especially one listing the order of worship for a religious service:
(Law) A document containing the formal statement of a case in equity; a complaint seeking equitable relief.
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  1. (Law) A document containing the formal statement of a case in equity; a complaint seeking equitable relief.
  2. (Law) A written declaration of charges or complaints filed in a legal action
  3. A draft of a proposed law presented for approval to a legislative body.
A separate and distinct part of a written instrument, such as a contract, statute, or constitution, that is often divided into sections.
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  1. A separate and distinct part of a written instrument, such as a contract, statute, or constitution, that is often divided into sections.
  2. An individual thing or element of a class; a particular object or item:
  3. A particular section or item of a series in a written document, as in a contract, constitution, or treaty.
Announcing or declaring to the public; the distribution of a book, pamphlet, or other work to the public. Announcing or declaring to the public; the distribution of a book, pamphlet, or other work to the public. in libel, the act of communication of the libelous matter.
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  1. Announcing or declaring to the public; the distribution of a book, pamphlet, or other work to the public. Announcing or declaring to the public; the distribution of a book, pamphlet, or other work to the public. in libel, the act of communication of the libelous matter.
  2. The printing and distribution, usually for sale, of books, magazines, newspapers, etc.
  3. An issue of printed or electronic matter, such as a book or magazine, offered for distribution or sale.
The act or process of broadcasting a signal, a message, or content, such as audio or video programming.
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  1. The act or process of broadcasting a signal, a message, or content, such as audio or video programming.
  2. A transmission of a radio or television programme aired to be received by anyone with a receiver.
  3. (Dated) The act of scattering seed.
In commercial law, an agreement, usually by a bank, to honor a letter of credit issued by someone else, usually another bank, and to seek reimbursement from the instrument’s issuer.
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  1. In commercial law, an agreement, usually by a bank, to honor a letter of credit issued by someone else, usually another bank, and to seek reimbursement from the instrument’s issuer.
  2. A Christian ceremony variously viewed as a sacrament conferring spiritual strength of the Holy Spirit or as a nonsacramental rite admitting to full church membership
  3. In property law, a conveyance of an interest in real property to one who has or claims an existing interest in the property, thereby curing a previous conveyance that was defective, increasing or making permanent a previously conveyed interest, or making avoidable estate certain and no longer voidable. See also deed.
The final offer in negotiating an agreement, carrying with it the implication that if it is not accepted, bargaining will cease. The final offer in negotiating an agreement, carrying with it the implication that if it is not accepted, bargaining will cease.
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  1. The final offer in negotiating an agreement, carrying with it the implication that if it is not accepted, bargaining will cease. The final offer in negotiating an agreement, carrying with it the implication that if it is not accepted, bargaining will cease.
  2. A final offer or demand made by one party to another, especially in diplomatic negotiations, expressing or implying the threat of serious consequences or the breakoff of relations if the terms are not accepted.
A written or printed announcement:
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  1. A written or printed announcement:
  2. A brief mention or critical review of a work of art, book, play, etc.
  3. A state of awareness of a fact or thing, as required by law or contract.
The act of solving or explaining a problem or puzzle.
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  1. The act of solving or explaining a problem or puzzle.
  2. (--- Physics) The capability of an optical system, or other imaging system, of making clear and distinguishable the separate parts or components of an object
  3. The state or quality of being resolute; firm determination:
A written declaration made under oath before a notary public or other authorized officer.
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  1. A written declaration made under oath before a notary public or other authorized officer.
  2. (Law) A written statement given voluntarily and sworn to before a person authorized to administer oaths
  3. A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts signed and the truth of its content affirmed or sworn to by the declarant before a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also affirmation. A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts signed and the truth of its content affirmed or sworn to by the declarant before a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also affirmation.
All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
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  1. All such declarations, spoken or written, offered in a legal case or deliberative hearing.
  2. Statements made by competent witnesses, who have been sworn in at a trial or deposition or in an affidavit. Although frequently used synonymously with evidence, the latter is the broader term and encompasses both testimony and physical evidence. Statements made by competent witnesses, who have been sworn in at a trial or deposition or in an affidavit. Although frequently used synonymously with evidence, the latter is the broader term and encompasses both testimony and physical evidence.
  3. (Bible) The tablet bearing the Mosaic law; Decalogue: Ex. 25:16
(Heraldry) A figure or device represented on the field of an escutcheon.
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  1. (Heraldry) A figure or device represented on the field of an escutcheon.
  2. Instruction given by a judge to a jury about the law, its application, and the weighing of evidence.
  3. Expense; cost:
(Law) A formal written accusation charging one or more persons with the commission of a crime, presented by a grand jury to the court when the jury has found, after examining the evidence presented, that there is a valid case
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  1. (Law) A formal written accusation charging one or more persons with the commission of a crime, presented by a grand jury to the court when the jury has found, after examining the evidence presented, that there is a valid case
  2. The act or process of obtaining such charges.
  3. (Law) A set of written criminal charges issued against a party, where a grand jury, under the guidance of a prosecutor, has found that sufficient evidence exists to justify trying the party for that crime.
(Law) An assertion that someone has engaged in an unlawful act.
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  1. (Law) An assertion that someone has engaged in an unlawful act.
  2. The act of alleging
  3. (Law) An assertion, made in a pleading, that its maker proposes to support with evidence
A deposing or being deposed; removal from office or position of power
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  1. A deposing or being deposed; removal from office or position of power
  2. The act of depositing, especially the laying down of matter by a natural process.
  3. In litigation, a proceeding outside the courtroom in which a party or witness gives sworn testimony under oath before a court reporter, who then creates a written document; the written document created as a result of such a proceeding. In litigation, a proceeding outside the courtroom in which a party or witness gives sworn testimony under oath before a court reporter, who then creates a written document; the written document created as a result of such a proceeding.
A formal announcement by a country or other body with military capability that it is in a state of war with another such entity.
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  1. A formal announcement by a country or other body with military capability that it is in a state of war with another such entity.
A body of laws, as of a nation or city, organized for easy reference
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  1. A body of laws, as of a nation or city, organized for easy reference
  2. The instructions in a computer program. Instructions written by a programmer in a programming language are often called source code . Instructions that have been converted into machine language that the computer understands are called machine code or executable code .
  3. A systematic collection of regulations or rules of procedure or conduct:
A secular law, rule, or code of law.
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  1. A secular law, rule, or code of law.
  2. The books of the Bible officially accepted as Holy Scripture.
  3. A rule or standard of conduct, in the form of a general maxim, adopted by a professional organization to guide the conduct of its members. See also Model Rules of Professional Conduct.
Any formal list of rights given to a group of individuals by statutes or by adoption by an organization or institution. For example, a law concerning the provision of services for the elderly may include a senior citizens’ bill of rights.
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  1. Any formal list of rights given to a group of individuals by statutes or by adoption by an organization or institution. For example, a law concerning the provision of services for the elderly may include a senior citizens’ bill of rights.
  2. A declaration of certain rights of subjects, enacted by the English Parliament in 1689.
  3. A section or addendum, usually in a constitution of a country, state, or other similar political entity, specifying the civil and political rights of the entity’s citizens or residents and the limits on the entity’s government to infringe on or interfere with those rights.
The physical makeup of a person:
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  1. The physical makeup of a person:
  2. A document or set of documents in which these laws and principles are written down
  3. The fundamental and organic laws and principles of a country or state that create a system of government and provides a basis against which the validity of all other laws is determined.
An accused person’s formal reply to a charge in a criminal court, the choices being guilty, not guilty, and nolo contendere (no contest).
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  1. An accused person’s formal reply to a charge in a criminal court, the choices being guilty, not guilty, and nolo contendere (no contest).
  2. (Law) The defendant's answer to a formal criminal charge:
  3. A special answer in an equity action, setting forth in lieu of a detailed response a basis for dismissing, delaying, or barring the suit.
(Law) A response to a pleading that admits the facts alleged but denies that they support a cause of action.
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  1. (Law) A response to a pleading that admits the facts alleged but denies that they support a cause of action.
  2. In a litigation, a pleading or motion denying the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim. The term is archaic but is still used in a few jurisdictions, where such a denial would either be included in the answer or advanced in a motion to dismiss or preliminary objections. In a litigation, a pleading or motion denying the legal sufficiency of an adversary’s claim. The term is archaic but is still used in a few jurisdictions, where such a denial would either be included in the answer or advanced in a motion to dismiss or preliminary objections.
  3. (Law) A motion by a party to an action, for the immediate or summary judgment of the court on the question, whether, assuming the truth of the matter alleged by the opposite party, it is sufficient in law to sustain the action or defense, and hence whether the party resting is bound to answer or proceed further.
Any set of beliefs or principles
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  1. Any set of beliefs or principles
  2. A brief statement of religious belief; confession of faith
  3. A system of belief, principles, or opinions:
The Nicene Creed, especially as the third item of the Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass.
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  1. The Nicene Creed, especially as the third item of the Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass.
  2. The musical setting of the Nicene Creed.
  3. The Apostles' Creed or the Nicene Creed, both of which (in Latin) begin with credo
A very basic belief not to be doubted.
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  1. A very basic belief not to be doubted.
  2. A basic religious belief held by a group or person
An excerpt from any of these books read in a religious service
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  1. An excerpt from any of these books read in a religious service
  2. The history of the life and teachings of Jesus
  3. A lection from any of the first four New Testament books included as part of a religious service.
Either of the two parts of the Christian Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament
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  1. Either of the two parts of the Christian Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament
  2. A statement of belief; a credo:
  3. Something that serves as tangible proof or evidence:
(Countable) A specific piece of information that serves to notify.
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  1. (Countable) A specific piece of information that serves to notify.
  2. Something, such as a letter, by which notice is given.
  3. The letter, form, etc. used to convey such a notice
A facial aspect or a look that conveys a special feeling:
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  1. A facial aspect or a look that conveys a special feeling:
  2. The act of expressing, conveying, or representing in words, art, music, or movement; a manifestation:
  3. The outward manifestation of a mood or a disposition:
Something that is proclaimed, or announced officially
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  1. Something that is proclaimed, or announced officially
  2. The act of proclaiming or the condition of being proclaimed.
  3. Something proclaimed, especially an official public announcement.
An engraved or printed formal statement or notice, as of a wedding or a relocation.
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  1. An engraved or printed formal statement or notice, as of a wedding or a relocation.
  2. The content which is announced.
  3. That which conveys what is announced.
An announcing or being announced
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  1. An announcing or being announced
  2. An announcement
  3. An announcement; a proclamation.
The printing and distribution, usually for sale, of books, magazines, newspapers, etc.
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  1. The printing and distribution, usually for sale, of books, magazines, newspapers, etc.
  2. A publishing or being published; public notification
  3. An issue of printed or electronic matter, such as a book or magazine, offered for distribution or sale.
That which conveys what is announced.
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  1. That which conveys what is announced.
  2. The content which is announced.
  3. An engraved or printed formal statement or notice, as of a wedding or a relocation.
The act of announcing.
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  1. The act of announcing.
  2. An announcement
  3. An announcement; a proclamation.
A decree or proclamation issued by an authority and having the force of law.
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  1. A decree or proclamation issued by an authority and having the force of law.
  2. Any command or order
  3. An official public proclamation or order issued by authority; decree
A public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially of a political nature.
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  1. A public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially of a political nature.
A formal announcement or warning of intention to end an agreement, relation, or contract at a certain time
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  1. A formal announcement or warning of intention to end an agreement, relation, or contract at a certain time
  2. Respectful attention or consideration:
  3. A written or printed announcement:
Something that is proclaimed, or announced officially
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  1. Something that is proclaimed, or announced officially
  2. Something proclaimed, especially an official public announcement.
  3. The act of proclaiming or the condition of being proclaimed.
  1. An announcement.
  2. A formal expression of opinion; a judgment.
  3. A formal, often authoritative statement of a fact, opinion, or judgment
Something declared to be true; a positive statement or judgment.
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  1. Something declared to be true; a positive statement or judgment.
  2. A voluntary and written ex parte statement of facts. It is sometimes required that the document be signed and the truth of its content be affirmed by the declarant in the presence of a notary public or another officer authorized to administer oaths. See also oath, affirm, and affidavit.
  3. The act of affirming the truth of one’s statement. It serves the same purpose as an oath and is usually done when the declarant objects to making an oath on religious or ethical ground.
An assertion of fact that one intends to prove at trial, especially one in a legal pleading such as a complaint, counterclaim, or indictment.
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  1. An assertion of fact that one intends to prove at trial, especially one in a legal pleading such as a complaint, counterclaim, or indictment.
  2. An assertion made without proof
  3. An assertion that someone has done something wrong, often without proof:
The act of asserting.
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  1. The act of asserting.
  2. Something declared or stated positively, often with no support or attempt at proof.
The act of averring, or that which is averred; positive assertion.
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  1. The act of averring, or that which is averred; positive assertion.
  2. A positive affirmation, allegation, or declaration of facts, especially in a pleading, as opposed to an argumentative statement or a statement based on induction or inference; generally this term is used in civil proceedings, as opposed to allegation in criminal proceedings.
  3. A positive statement of facts; an allegation; an offer to justify or prove what is alleged.
A demand for money or property. A demand for money or property. An assertion that one is entitled to, or the perceived or actual right to receive, money or property. The totality of facts that gives rise to a right to receive money or property that is enforceable in court. In some states and in the federal courts, the same as claim for relief.
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  1. A demand for money or property. A demand for money or property. An assertion that one is entitled to, or the perceived or actual right to receive, money or property. The totality of facts that gives rise to a right to receive money or property that is enforceable in court. In some states and in the federal courts, the same as claim for relief.
  2. A statement, as a fact, of something that may be called into question; assertion
  3. A statement of something as a fact; an assertion of truth:
The thing stated; account, declaration, assertion, etc.
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  1. The thing stated; account, declaration, assertion, etc.
  2. A declaration of fact or an allegation by a witness; a piece of sworn testimony. See also closing statement, evidence, and opening statement. A declaration of fact or an allegation by a witness; a piece of sworn testimony. See also closing statement, evidence, and opening statement.
  3. A formal oral or written declaration, especially with regard to facts or claims:
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