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Law the answer made by a plaintiff or petitioner to a defendant's case

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[ri′plī]
(communications)
A radio-frequency signal or combination of signals transmitted by a transponder in response to an interrogation. Also known as response.

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Stephen Twigg, MP for West Derby, replied to 25 (36%) of 70 constituents, the poll found.
Sefton Central's Bill Esterson, replied to 53 (56%) of 94 voters - he received 136 enquiries in total.
Tim Wilson (2), Graham Follin and Alan Elsdon scored for Blagdon and Steve Best, Austin Rose and Paul Avery replied.
The client replied that he'd put the money into a passbook savings account at a lower interest rate, which would lower his taxes even more.
To be directly responsive," replied Horowitz as he tried to come up with a rejoinder, the Adtranz policy "is so broad, to rule out abusive language.
I never said there wasn't,' Sir Humphrey replied impatiently.
Darren Fisher was their scorer, while Royal Arms replied through Mike Gill and Mark Marker.
When asked which maker's handset they would buy next, 30% replied Sharp, followed by Panasonic and NEC (about 25% each), and Sony/Sony Ericsson (over 20%).
It still sounds to me like they aren't doing so great," Don replied.