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a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary)

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In consequence, the Duke's averments on this point should be treated as admitted.
The respondent dissatisfied with the reply and the averments made before him passed the Impugned Order and imposed penalty of Rs.
33 of 2005)[2008]UGHC 28 (13 November 2008), in which the High Court concluded that there was no marriage between the first respondent and the deceased because the first respondent failed to prove her averment that she had entered into a customary marriage with the deceased.
That this averment was entirely and inherently contradictory to the averment that America ought not to be in the war at all was, apparently, no impediment to Pound in the flow of his propaganda.
It is the averment of the Company that as a direct result of these published articles that contain information which is falsein content and context, and therefore defamatory, misleading and prejudicial to the Company and its officers, led to the incurrence of significant reputational damage and financial losses, the quantum value of which is determinable.
Invocation by the United States of Article XIII of the Marrakesh Averment Establishing the World Trade Organization with Raped lo the Russian Federation, WTO Doc WT/L/838 (16 December 2011), revoked pursuant to Withdrawal of Invocation of Article XIII by the United States with Respect to the Russian Federation, WTO Doc WT/L/877 (21 December 2012), Invocation by the Russian Valentino' of Article XIII of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization with Respect to the United States, WTO Doc WT/L/838 (16 December 2011), revoked pursuant to Withdrawal of Invocation of Article XIII by the Russian Federation with respect to the United States, WTO Doc WT/L/878 (21 December 2012).
Of the Averment of Circumstances collateral to the Act or Omission, which render that Act or Omission criminal
The averment, for example, that the phrase "Federal Constitution" as used by Georgia was simply the 18th-century way of defining "the entire political system" (such as is typically applied to the much-heralded "unwritten" constitution of the United Kingdom) would be more persuasive if at the time of the drawing of that document there was not a written federal constitution in legal effect.
2010) ("[D]efendant's averment is completely undermined--if not rendered perjurious--by his attorney's on-the-record statement during the course of the plea proceeding.
prisoner's averment that a particular punishment constituted
This confident averment, however, grossly misstates the "optimum" position both with respect to the compensatory and the deterrence function of state common law.
It followed Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman averment on Wednesday that men with the same names as seven of the 11 suspects lived in Israel, but insisted their identities had been stolen.
With Bell's (1995) interest convergence theory, Peller's (1995) reflections on the limitations of integrationist ideology, and Harris's (1995) averment of whiteness as property in mind, we call for curricula, pedagogies, and educational policies aimed at intersectionalities.
In technical, drafting terms this can serve as a useful device for trying to reconcile the irreconcilable; but while it seems to have been enough, politically, to have brought in two of the three partners in 2008, it was evidently not enough to satisfy the third party and may explain that third party's refusal to sign on also to that bilateral, two-party association agreement and to limit itself, instead, to its own, rather more open-ended averment of support.
of what had happened in each case: "they admit no averment, plea,