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declared but not proved

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doubtful or suspect

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On his arrival, as an indemnity for alleged insults offered to the flag of his country, he demanded some twenty or thirty thousand dollars to be placed in his hands forthwith, and in default of payment, threatened to land and take possession of the place.
Wishing, therefore, to answer these objections, I will recall the characters of some of the emperors, and will show that the causes of their ruin were not different to those alleged by me; at the same time I will only submit for consideration those things that are noteworthy to him who studies the affairs of those times.
It is alleged, indeed, that the high heels are most agreeable to our ancient constitution; but, however this be, his majesty has determined to make use only of low heels in the administration of the government, and all offices in the gift of the crown, as you cannot but observe; and particularly that his majesty's imperial heels are lower at least by a DRURR than any of his court (DRURR is a measure about the fourteenth part of an inch).
These alleged in vindication of their opinions that it was reasonable to expect, if they put us to death, that the viceroy of the Indies would come with fire and sword to demand satisfaction.
Alleged theft from shop, Tuesday, March 24 - Ref: KD545
THE alleged Stockton incidents captured on camera also include an assault at the Fairfield Public House in Stockton on January 23 this year.
The detainees alleged that during monthly lockdown searches of the jail, they were confined for 48 to 50 hours at a time to their cells, where they were not under observation or within hailing distance of correctional officers.
The Bank of Currituck, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the order in connection with its alleged violations of the Board's Regulations implementing the National Flood Insurance Act.
(IHS), have engaged in unlawful monopolistic practices, abused their exclusive possession of federal government records to obtain and preserve a monopoly, and in a separate act of alleged misconduct, infringed LRP's copyrights.
According to these courts, plaintiffs could not prove their claims without making case-specific, individualized showings of the alleged misrepresentations made by the sales agent in each sale.
Farragut alleged (1) it then incurred substantial expenses to prepare for the merger, (2) in an October 14, 1993, letter the SEC questioned whether the transaction qualified for a pooling of assets and (3) the firm advised Farragut the merger could not be accounted for as a pooling.
With these competing interests in mind, the Supreme Court has developed two types of immunity--absolute immunity and qualified immunity--for law enforcement officials who are sued for alleged constitutional violations.
Court of Appeals for the First Circuit recently ruled that a Blue Cross monopoly, as a "buyer" of physician services, could enforce a coercive "most favored nation" clause against physicians, as long as the resulting prices were not "predatory." The case arose when a three-year-old HMO, Ocean State, charged the Blues with monopolization of the state insurance market through the use of a tripartite strategy that, Ocean State alleged, forced physicians to cancel their contracts with Ocean State and coerced employers to cease offering the Ocean State plan to their employees.
Islamabad -- Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (R) Javed Iqbal has directed Director General NAB Rawalpindi to conduct complaint verification of alleged corruption and illegal appointments made in Oil and Gas Development Corporation Limited OGDCL.
A 21-year-old man of no fixed abode was arrested and reported to the procurator fiscal for alleged breach of the peace, assault, assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest.