interrogatory


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Synonyms for interrogatory

a request for data

Synonyms for interrogatory

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interrogatory and its subparts shall be counted as one interrogatory.
Another interrogatory asked the defendant to identify any statements, information, and/or documents related to the aforementioned hearing.
At a hearing on a rule to show cause, Hafley testified concerning an interrogatory that he had answered half a year previously.
Rule 26(e) states that a party that has responded to an interrogatory or a request for production must supplement or correct its response in a timely manner if some material in the disclosure or response is incomplete or incorrect.
These include consistent discovery approaches, document production and interrogatory answers.
It is if you are in denial--your collectively synthesized declarative interrogatory is: "Why can't the world just buy what we make?
Instead of providing the information requested, SCO merely offers a single sentence explanation and incorporates by reference its responses to IBM's Interrogatory Nos.
Artistic discourse, as an interrogatory realm for emotions and ideas, provides the perfect analytical lens through which to consider developments in contemporary culture; and, in turn, looking back through culture compellingly illuminates questions long important to artists, art historians, and critics.
In her characteristically interrogatory style, Fuchs contemplates the meaning of this racially fraught role-playing, whereby Indians (by the year 1570, no doubt baptized Christians) figure the infidel: "If the Indians can represent the Muslims, have the Spaniards in fact succeeded in their evangelical mission?
Less interrogatory than Croyden's book, Wolf's through-written chronicle is replete with chatty quotes and glossy photos--and it's been given a salutary imprimatur by Sam Mendes himself.
For all his extended French sojourn, he claims to have failed to master the language, but he still punctuates every third English sentence with an interrogatory "Oui?
129) Finally, a well-reasoned response to such an interrogatory may convince the infringer of the strength of the patent claimant's case and hence encourage settlement of the dispute.
The convenient interrogatory menu driven programming system is retained but now a new touch screen graphical interface offers increased on screen set-up capability and easier programming of an unlimited number of hole patterns.
Apart from the author's occasional interrogatory appearance and one or two paragraphs from the subject's mum, Touch this Earth Lightly is comprised almost exclusively of transcripts from the 1982 interviews for Drew's first Murcutt monograph, Leaves of Iron (1985).
The conclusions Mr Kinnock drew from the four reports may be summed up in a mainly interrogatory six-point assessment:- Dialogue social: how can relations between the line of command and staff in the services be improved?