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a formal declaration of truth or fact given under oath

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the natural process of laying down a deposit of something

(law) a pretrial interrogation of a witness

the act of putting something somewhere

the act of deposing someone

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High Thrust on Semiconductor R&D Generates Parallel Demand for Advanced Deposition Systems
Deposition Guidebook (264 pages) is published by ALI-ABA and is available online (http://www.
As Rule 74(c)(1)(B) makes clear, the taking of a deposition of a party is an extraordinary method of discovery and may be used only where a.
The deposition process was performed in a horizon hot-wall deposition apparatus.
In addition, dry and wet deposition rates were determined for each month by the AERMOD model to evaluate monthly variations and meteorological effects on mercury deposition.
But Howard's illness had sapped his stamina, and, according to his physicians, he could stand to testify only three hours a day, for a total of no more than seven hours-which had to include the evidence deposition.
Rohlfing said in the deposition that Dowie was fired to try to protect the company's reputation - the same reason the firm agreed to pay the city $4.
Even if the ALJ's June 6 ruling did involve a "controlling question of law or policy," Peyrelevade has failed to establish that "substantial grounds exist for a difference of opinion" on the issue of whether he has a tight under these circumstances to testify at the hearing by deposition.
Rouessac, LMPM/IEM; "Reactive sputter deposition of electrolyte coatings for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells," P.
Ash deposition rates and properties have been quantitatively measured in laboratory experiments and in situ for black liquor.
Samples of wet deposition were collected for the entire wet season.
The understanding of copper deposition for this particular application has been elucidated through the Curvature Enhanced Accelerator Coverage (CEAC) model, recently developed by NIST.
Kern and his coworkers have demonstrated that they can control growth patterns on a crystal surface by adjusting the rate of atomic deposition and the temperature at which deposition occurs.