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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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Police would like to speak to most of them about alleged thefts.
He found it especially dubious that the visionaries know beforehand when the alleged apparitions will occur (Wanderer, July 13, 2006).
The Bank of Pontiac, 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.
In the state court action, PhrMA alleged that the Michigan legislature had not authorized the new program and that the program violated the separation of powers provisions of the Michigan constitution.
Among the claims, HIS is alleged to have made false representations about LRP and cyberFEDS.
Another critical question remains: Was there a causal connection, or nexus, between the alleged misappropriation and the advertising injury as required by the policy?
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.
Constitutional tort claims, unlike state tort claims focus on alleged violations of duties established by the United States Constitution--e.
The suit seeks $561 million for compensatory and consequential damages for alleged violations of the Virginia Antitrust Act, including alleged anticompetitive efforts of CNX to dominate and maintain its control over the market for the production and transportation of coalbed methane gas from the Oakwood Field in Buchanan County, Virginia and for CNX's alleged efforts to conspire and act in concert with Island Creek Coal Company and others to dominate and maintain control over the market for the production and transportation of coalbed methane gas from the Oakwood Field in violation of the Virginia Antitrust Act and Virginia statutory and common law.
5: One alleged newspaper, the Vail Daily, allowed an alleged friend of the alleged victim to accuse another alleged newspaper, the Orange County Register, of ``tricking'' her into divulging alleged details about the woman in question.
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.