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co-respondent

Law a person cited in divorce proceedings, who is alleged to have committed adultery with the respondent
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He was incredibly impassive and it is amazing to see how matter-of-fact war corespondents are.
If Beeb bosses had the first clue about what they were doing, they'd have realised that America's biggest, most influential networks deliver their news via corespondents in their 50s, 60s and 70s (most of whom aren't even vaguely attractive) for the simple reason that they're the very best at what they do.
''Foreign corespondents in Tokyo came to dub the economic slump in Japan the 'invisible recession' because even at the peak, many shops and restaurants were still bustling.
By ALEX RICHARDSON and HELEN WILLIAM Special Corespondents Former Chief Medical Officer Sir Kenneth Calman yesterday said official advice during the early 1990s that British beef was "safe" to eat had not meant it posed no possible risk to human health.
The Court made the pronouncement in recent decision where it denied the petition for mandamus filed by Roderick Sumatra also known as Ha Datu Tawahig, tribal chieftain of Higaonon Tribe seeking to compel respondent Cebu Regional Trial Court Branch 12 Presiding Judge Estela Alma Singco and her corespondents, all public prosecutors from Cebu City to honor a January 3, 2007, resolution issued by a body known as the Dadantulan Tribal Court.
Cajes asked the Ombudsman to indict Osmena and his corespondents for criminal and administrative violations.
Programmes have numerous guests, holiday guides and foreign corespondents along with sports commentators are grounded and forced to appear on cookery and gardening programmes and This Is Your Life-style get-togethers.
Lalimarmo also denied having conspired with his corespondents in killing Velasco and that the first time he saw them was when he attended the preliminary investigation of the case at the DOJ.
The complaint against Dennis and the other corespondents was filed by Dominic's wife Ann Marietta and the Olongapo City police.
Speaking to State House corespondents after the meeting, which took place in the president's office, he insisted that only three APC governors were unhappy with his running of the party while the majority are confident that he is doing his best.
THE Court of Appeals (CA) has junked the plea of Indonesian businessman Shadik Wahono and his corespondents to reverse its decision giving the Regional Trial Court (RTC) of Marikina City the go signal to put them on trial for qualified theft.
The corespondents included incumbent Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, as well as executives of Dengvaxia manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur and distributor Zuellig Pharma.