asserter


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Synonyms for asserter

someone who claims to speak the truth

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the user or interested party, who may rely on both the asserter and the attester in judging the credibility of the assertion.
The recognition of these two mediating levels transforms the very nature of the copula is and its variant forms from an indicator of an assertion of an objective and pure description to an indicator of an assertion or expression of a subjective evaluation conducted, either consciously or unconsciously, through the media of the nervous-system and the facticity of the asserter or expresser.
The institutional context in which privilege is asserted, therefore, is not simply the asserter of privilege versus the stranger.
CRM training will make you a better communicator, a better follower, a better manager of your own workload, a more effective asserter, and finally, it will improve your ability to evaluate how you and your teammates are doing.
5 it delivers up the asserter at once, bound hand and foot, to the tender mercies of contradictory proof.
MCCORMICK, HANDBOOK OF THE LAW OF EVIDENCE [section] 225, at 460 (1954) ("Hearsay evidence is testimony in court or written evidence, of a statement made out of court, such statement being offered as an assertion to show the truth of matters asserted therein, and thus resting for its value upon the credibility of the out-of-court asserter.
A memorial tablet, dating from 1764, praises his conjunction of "peculiar graces of wit and learning" and "strength of judgement" and sums him up as "a strenuous asserter of the constitution, laws and liberties of England.
s final sentence is a sad question: "Are Luther the asserter, the confessionalist, the broker of salvation, and Erasmus, the ironic harmoniser, forever doomed to talk past one another.