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allège

[a′lezh]
(building construction)
A part of a wall which is thinner than the rest, especially the spandrel under a window.

allège

allège
A part of a wall which is thinner than the rest, esp. the spandrel under a window.
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It is also used for legal reasons to avoid defaming such persons, although the use of the word "alleged" is not a defence against libel.When a person alleges, for example, that his governor is corrupt based on rumours, that is a claim without any proof to back it up.
Edgmon; Katherine Green; State of Oregon; David Hopkins; occupants of 87864 Upland St., Springfield: Plaintiff alleges breach of contract.
The complaint alleges that "for years" Marsh collected special payments from insurers "that were above and beyond normal sales commissions." Spitzer alleged that such "contingent commissions" were characterized as compensation for market services--but were actually "rewards for the business that Marsh and its independent brokers steered and allocated to the insurance companies."
18090 (www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases), the SEC states: "The complaint alleges that beginning May 14, 2002, Agora, Pirate and Stansberry disseminated unsolicited e-mails to subscribers of more than 15 internet newsletters published by Agora.
PhrMA alleges that the Florida law conflicts with federal law and violates the supremacy clause of the U.S.
In addition, the complaint alleges that the defendants have taken actions to keep the plaintiffs off bidding lists, had the plaintiffs' telecommunications installation jobs reassigned to electrical contractors, and interfered with the plaintiffs' work, equipment and personnel.
The Information also alleges that INTERLOC "obtained and retained unauthorized copies of the confidential and proprietary password files and customer lists of its competitor Internet service providers."
A simple tort claim alleges that the defendant breached a legal duty owed to the plaintiff, there-by causing injury or loss.
Jay Douglas Huskey and Corina Huskey: Plaintiff alleges breach of contract.
The court noted that it has not yet addressed whether [section] 2254 or the Due Process Clause are implicated when an inmate alleges only that a prison decision caused his retention in, rather than demotion to, a particular credit-earning class.
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The typical vanishing-premium lawsuit alleges that a defendant-insurer sold so-called vanishing-premium life insurance.