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rejoinder

Law (in pleading) the answer made by a defendant to the claimant's reply
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Jasper quickly looks to his nephew for his rejoinder.
To this Ralph deigned no other rejoinder than a harsh smile, and a glance at the shrivelled old creature before him, which were, however, sufficiently expressive.
ranged in a line, in a long matted well (but you might look in vain for truth at the bottom of it) between the registrar's red table and the silk gowns, with bills, cross-bills, answers, rejoinders, injunctions, affidavits, issues, references to masters, masters' reports, mountains of costly nonsense, piled before them.
Mr Bhutto-Zardari took a clear position on [the role of] Pakistan army and it was a perfect rejoinder to India which no other leader could come up with.
The principal judicial organ of the UN released a statement which said that the international top court authorized the submission of a reply by India and of a rejoinder by Pakistan in the Jadhav case.
In a rejoinder on Sunday, Dhamra said that Shehbaz is spending funds of South Punjab on Raiwind.
In a sharp rejoinder, she said on her Twitter account, 'Puppet is a word synonymous with you [Imran Khan].
In his rejoinder affidavit submitted on Thursday before the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigating panel, Bagcal said: 'I am staking life, the comfort of my family, my job, my freedom and my future.
The reliance and reference to 'technical analysis' is indeed an admission by the JIT of phone tapping and monitoring of witnesses, a violation of the law and the Constitution," the Dawn quoted the PM House, as saying, in its rejoinder to the JIT application in which it had accused some government institutions of creating impediments in its work and tampering with relevant documents.
The war of words between Ministry of Water and Power and National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) is intensifying as the Ministry has sent a very strong rejoinder to the regulator on its letter written on February 4, 2017 accusing the Ministry of sowing the seeds of discord in society and weakening the foundations of Federation of Pakistan.
Both the response and rejoinder articles were vetted through the process of blind review.
In their rejoinder, Greene, Dowd, and Norton (2016) explicitly assume that the target estimands are predictions for a fixed finite population that is entirely observed (possibly a single unit), while the predictive model is estimated from repeated observations on the same population of units (or replications with exactly the same distribution of the predictors X) with the outcome subject to independent random variation over repetitions.