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deponent

Law
a. a person who makes an affidavit
b. a person, esp a witness, who makes a deposition
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The deponent further stated that the respondents used armed soldiers and the Police to ward off any attempt by anybody who dared to take pictures of the contemptuous conduct.
Foley said the Kelvey deposition ground rules have worked well in Superior Court in eliminating improper leading or limiting comments or objections by a deponent's attorney.
While talking about BNP's acting chairman, Quader said Tarique Rahman had gone abroad in the name of receiving treatment by giving deponent that he would not do politics.
'The entire top management has now changed and the reintroduction of Mr Mbugua into the management of the applicant would interfere with the 'philosophy and ethos of management' that the deponent is seeking to inculcate in the applicant,' Mikosz said.
To achieve higher power laser at 2 [micro]m, one of the efficient ways is to prepare Tm:Ca[F.sub.2] with higher Tm deponent concentrations avoiding clustering.
They cover the big picture, taking a deposition, preparing the deponent, representing the deponent, problem witnesses and problem attorneys, expert depositions, uses of depositions, miscellaneous deposition issues, and deposition rules and procedures.
Endometriosis appears in the metaphorical form--it is an excruciating pain, as if a sink plunger was attached to the vagina and sucked with all that pressure the uterus, the ovaries towards it (P3); The pain is as if you were pouring a lemon juice into a giant blooded wound, you can just imagine that burning sensation of some bruise and multiply that feeling by a million (P *--this deponent is known by this account and, therefore, it is not possible to identify it by its Arabic numerals); The belly is an open flesh, an open wound, a pain that the deponent feels the need to cry just by remembering it (P16)--and in its scientific form, with the language of books and papers, using terms such as "videolaparoscopy" (P11); Gestinol[R] (P17); Dyspareunia (P13) etc.
Two chapters are devoted to affixes, twelve chapters present special topics like mythology, and eleven chapters featuring grammar-related derivatives like prepositions and deponent verb derivatives.
At Atkinson-Baker, the standard legal videographer package includes: One set of master tapes for archive and duplication; mics on deponent, taking attorney and opposing counsel; additional lighting; backdrops to meet code requirements; notarized affidavit for tapes; and being on site in advance of scheduled start time.
The two asserted their constitutional right to face their accuser and said they would be denied the opportunity 'to timely object to [the] manner of questions asked of the deponent [while in Indonesia].'
Thus among the middles in OCS we find such deponent verbs as e.g.