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

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Havner, we rejected the "view that courts should not look beyond an averment by the expert that the data underlying his or her opinion are the type of data on which experts reasonably rely.
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.
To make his averment, however, he needed to go beyond hearsay.
In fact, it appears the true intent of the filing was, as noted in averment 32 of the petition, to have the current structure "reclassified as a 'permanent' facility.
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.
The Court's previous jurisprudence required the averment of any colorable federal defense, not strictly the defense of official immunity.
However, it clarified that the averment made in the writ petitions are open to be entertained at an appropriate stage.
It required the averment by the plaintiff that a trespass
When pro se litigants have no attorney to advise them of the necessary elements or factual averments of their claims, the represented party has the undue advantage.
The elements of compulsion are clearly present, but the more difficult issues are whether the tacit averments of the taxpayer are both "testimonial" and "incriminating" for purposes of applying the Fifth Amendment.
104] He offers no argument to support these conclusory averments.
This was facilitated by both bilateral discussions between India and Bangladesh and the responses of SAHRDC to the averments of the Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of India and Tripura State Government, which were submitted to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).
The averments of the parties have been considered and record perused.
Yesterday, another bench of the apex court, headed by Justice H L Dattu, which is monitoring the 2G scam case, had directed Sinha to come out in "black and white" on averments made against him for allegedly entertaining scam-tainted visitors at his official residence here, saying that it is a "serious" issue.