boilerplate


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  • noun

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standard formulations uniformly found in certain types of legal documents or news stories

thick plate iron used in the production of boilers

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The belief that you can put some boilerplate language into a document and thereby completely protect yourself can end up doing harm.
The film's attitude is more one of mild bemusement - we're laughing with them, not at them, wink, wink - and promotional boilerplate about how the Roddenberry ethic of inclusion, respect and expansive learning isn't the worst thing people can build their lives around.
Homes Magazine boilerplate, second graph, URL should read: http://www.
In the news release, Cambrex Licenses Contaminant Detection Technology from the Johns Hopkins University, issued yesterday by Cambrex Corporation over PR Newswire, the Cambrex Bio Science Walkersville boilerplate was inadvertently merged with the Cambrex Corporation boilerplate, as incorrectly transmitted by PR Newswire.
Most included the words ``dignity'' and ``grace,'' the DiMaggio boilerplate.
over PR Newswire, we are advised by a representative of the company that the incorrect boilerplate was issued inadvertently.
Mrachek said a typical country club contract can have boilerplate language that goes on for 70 pages.
IRVING, Texas -- Last sentence in B&B ARMR Corporation's boilerplate should read: "B&B products are currently being used by a wide variety of Governmental and commercial installations around the world.
In the news release, Intermix Media Announces Agreement for Sale of SkillJam to CES Software PLC, issued earlier today by Intermix Media over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that in the boilerplate for Intermix Media, the last sentence should read "The Intermix network is one of the most popular networks on the Internet with over 15 million monthly unique visitors according to Nielsen//NetRatings" rather than "according to Nielsen Media Metrix Comscore" as originally issued inadvertently.
From sub-Tarantino dialogue about Brat Pack movies to boilerplate blarney and increasingly grim, ``Mean Streets'' cliches, ``Monument Ave.
In the news release, Knight Ridder Releases February Statistical Report, issued earlier today by Knight Ridder over PR Newswire, we are advised by the client that the following paragraph should be placed before paragraph ten / the boilerplate.
We just want to make sure that they're following the law and it's not just a boilerplate EIR, which we think could be the case,'' she said.
This is one restaurant where the boilerplate warning ``We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone'' takes on real teeth.
Early in these negotiations, the company expressed serious concerns with the boilerplate language we've negotiated with other steel companies," MacDonald said.
AUSTIN, Texas -- The Doug Laney quote just above the Crossroads boilerplate is incorrect.