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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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SDA sued the firm, alleging it had invested in Embrace in reliance on the auditor's representations and work product, saying they contained numerous material errors, inaccuracies and false statements regarding Embrace's financial condition.
A class of current and former prisoners at a high maximum ,security prison brought a [section] 1983 action seeking injunctive relief, alleging denial of due process in their placement and retention at the facility.
A federal grand jury handed up a 16-count indictment against former nightclub owner Eddie Nash of Tarzana, alleging he has led an organized drug-peddling ring for 25 years and orchestrated four brutal deaths at a Wonderland Avenue drug house in Laurel Canyon in 1981.
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A state prisoner brought a [section] 1983 action against a prison warden alleging Fifth Amendment and state law claims.
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