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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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Of course in some cases, effectiveness of confirmation increases not with attaching related information but with asking the replier to describe his/her understanding of the information (open question).
En reaction, elles ont tendance a se replier sur elles-memes et a ne parler de leurs maux a personne.
For example, when a poster initiated a thread with the title "I was beaten, should I get a divorce," many repliers encouraged the woman to get a divorce and only a minority of repliers recommended solutions that would compromise the woman's personal safety for the sake of preserving her marriage.
hermeneutiques, tend a replier, le plus directement qu'il est
Le film semble se replier sur ce qui apparaissait etre, au premier abord, le MacGuffin de l'histoire, a savoir l'avion lui-meme.
Llanberis continued their remarkable run of form by trouncing Nantlle Vale 8-1 at Maes Dulyn, Andrew Jones (3), Guto Llywelyn (2), Gethin Wakeman, Carwyn Jones and David Jones splitting the goals, with Gavin Edwards the home team''s sole replier.
These are the Form regarding the issues that are filled by the replier in front of the Interviewer.
Any tags a replier adds to the available tag text box (or to the original commenter's tag box) do not reflect in the overall updates to the comment.
Each message is described with type, title, author, focus (times of clicking and replying), date and replier.
La veritable resistance est l'effort constant, insistant, pour empecher une culture--la culture dominante--de se replier sur elle-meme en refusant les differences dans l'acte meme par lequel elle semble les reconnaitre, et c'est ainsi qu'elle est elle-meme affirmation d'une identite ouverte.
Une telle attitude reflete a la fois le pragmatisme des Inuit et leur attitude optimiste face a leur avenir qui fait qu'ils ne se sentent pas obliges de se replier sur eux-memes pour << survivre >>, mais s'ouvrent sur le reste du monde pour y trouver les ressources dont ils ont besoin afin de construire le futur.
La tendance de se replier dans son groupe--professionnel ou ethnique--refait surface.