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respondent

Law a person against whom a petition, esp in a divorce suit, or appeal is brought

respondent

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informant

any person replying to a social survey QUESTIONNAIRE or who answers questions in a social science INTERVIEW.
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A Decree by the Apostolic Signatura of May 6, 1993, states, "The practice of the Petitioner's tribunal directly contacting and hearing the Respondent cannot he allowed.
Respondents district-wide believe that decision making is more collaborative at school sites with principals than at the district level with the board and/or superintendent.
Of 73 respondents, 68 (93%) reported that routinely published animal disease surveillance data would be beneficial for themselves or their clients.
Many respondents spoke about the same uncertainties from different perspectives.
The Notice alleged that Respondents willfully and knowingly violated the Change in Bank Control Act ("CIBC"), 12 U.
Sixty percent of respondents said that a parent or guardian knew they came to the clinic.
These changes were reported in spite of the fact that the breakdown of total respondents by industry sector was almost identical for the 2002 and 2001 surveys.
For example, if you had a data set of 100 cases and the results of one variable showed that 5 cases had missing data while 90% of the remaining respondents answered with a similar response, then the missing data could not influence the overall analysis significantly and ignoring it would be appropriate.
Involvement as a volunteer increased modestly: Fifty-six percent of the respondents had volunteered their time to support the department's crime and safety programs prior to attending the CPA.
Of the 218 respondents, majors were represented as follows: early childhood education (20), elementary education (87), special education (37), physical education (30), music education (9), and secondary education (35).
5 Million Children of Iraq demand (1) the termination of the international economic embargo and all forms of bilateral economic sanctions against Iraq; (2) the massive provision of international humanitarian relief required in order to save themselves from death, disease, malnutrition, starvation, and extermination at the hands of the Respondents; (3) monetary compensation for the harm done to them as well as all other forms of relief deemed necessary and appropriate; and (4) the institution of criminal proc eedings against Respondent Bush for committing the international crime of genocide by the appropriate international organs as well as by all States of the World Community under their respective municipal legal systems.
The first part reports information about how the respondents operate their farms.