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allège

[a′lezh]
(building construction)
A part of a wall which is thinner than the rest, especially the spandrel under a window.

allège

allège
A part of a wall which is thinner than the rest, esp. the spandrel under a window.
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The plaintiff's complaint alleges that the insured hired a key employee away from a competitor to help design a better product for the insured, improve the insured's manufacturing processes or overhaul the insured's marketing strategies.
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Judge Kram also decided the plaintiffs had failed to allege facts that constituted evidence of recklessness: When motive is not alleged and the plaintiff relies entirely on allegations of recklessness in alleging scienter, the evidence presented must be proportionately greater than if motive is alleged.
As noted previously, in addition to the claim that an officer violated department policy--and therefore the Constitution--by using deadly force, plaintiffs frequently allege that the officer violated "reasonable police procedures," thereby unnecessarily creating the need to use deadly force.
Plaintiffs conceded that the complaint did not allege intentional conduct but argued that a lack of diligence may be sufficiently egregious to Constitute bad faith.
Prosecutors allege that two of his high school friends, Robert Guillermo Morataya and David Singh Johall, were also involved in the ring.
According to the court, the inmate did not have to allege that excessive noise in the cell block caused him hearing loss, where his contention was that the noise levels contributed a deprivation of sleep.
The suit, filed in Philadelphia federal court, alleges that All-Care owners and operators, Richard Walinsky and Eileen Means, conspired to commit fraud by, among other things, charging for medical services never performed and by administering, and billing for, unnecessary and excessive treatments.
The indictment alleges five counts of illegal gratuities and wire fraud, each punishable by fines of up to $500,000, and four counts of illegal campaign contributions punishable by fines of up to $200,000 each.
A mother whose son had committed suicide while confined in a jail brought a [section] 1983 action against a county sheriff The sheriff moved for summary judgment and the court granted the motion, finding that the mother failed to allege an injury to her own constitutional rights.
The Attorneys for the Trustee, Pratter & Young of Los Angeles, have uncovered concrete evidence and allege on behalf of Trustee Ehrenberg that shares in the company were valued at various times within a three-year period without justification.
The sheriff' moved for summary judgment and the court granted the motion, finding that the mother failed to allege an injury to her own constitutional rights.