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deposition

1. Law
a. the giving of testimony on oath
b. the testimony so given
c. the sworn statement of a witness used in court in his absence
2. the act or instance of deposing

deposition

[‚dep·ə′zish·ən]
(geology)
The laying, placing, or throwing down of any material; specifically, the constructive process of accumulation into beds, veins, or irregular masses of any kind of loose, solid rock material by any kind of natural agent.

Deposition

Christ is taken from the cross and enshrouded. [N.T.: Matthew 27:57–60; Christian Art: Appleton, 55]
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Other topics are interviewing witnesses, the role of depositions in the discovery plan, the Rule 30(b)(6) deposition, and using deposition transcripts.
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The Joint Motion noted that the parties were not asking the ALJ to determine at that point whether particular depositions were for discovery purposes or for preservation of testimony purposes.
To better understand the generalizability of controlled animal PM exposures to human health, the regional inhaled particle depositions in mice from the freeway study will be determined.
Part II is designed to be used for analysis of the Rules on which the majority of states have relied in modeling their own procedures, including taking or written or oral depositions, deposition testimony at trial, depositions for the purpose of perpetuating evidence, presiding at depositions and stipulations.
Previous depositions in the case have included interviews of Gennifer Flowers and other women claiming extramarital affairs with Clinton, raising the question of how far from Jones' allegations today's deposition might range.
Limiting the number (and, at the judge's discretion, the length) of depositions and the number of interrogatory requests.
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