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deposition

1. Law
a. the giving of testimony on oath
b. the testimony so given
c. the sworn statement of a witness used in court in his absence
2. the act or instance of deposing

deposition

[‚dep·ə′zish·ən]
(geology)
The laying, placing, or throwing down of any material; specifically, the constructive process of accumulation into beds, veins, or irregular masses of any kind of loose, solid rock material by any kind of natural agent.

Deposition

Christ is taken from the cross and enshrouded. [N.T.: Matthew 27:57–60; Christian Art: Appleton, 55]
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"The defendant contends that the parties entered into an expert deposition fee agreement as to the payment of expert deposition costs.
Buckner said trial lawyers rarely need to depose high-level corporate officers before taking a deposition of a designated representative.
Witnesses can complete an affidavit any time prior to the deposition, or a notary can be present during the deposition to swear the witness in, then they can leave.
The deposition states of the nanoparticles were observed by transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
First, some lawyers barely prepare their deposition questions at all.
Usually, various shapes of deposition materials including pellet, plate, ribbon, wire, and grain shapes are used depending on the application, and melting is always necessary during deposition.
It showed that the ratio of total La and Ti atomic content to O atomic content was approximated to 2 : 3 and increased slightly with the increase of deposition temperature.
While for location-dependent changes, there exist particle concentration distributions, which will affect the local deposition velocity, related particle deposition distribution, and accumulation status.
Structurally, there are septal walls and pores of Kohn between neighboring alveoli, which are expected to strongly affect airflow and particle deposition, but whose influences have rarely been studied.
Large amounts of nutrients have been discharged into the Taihu Lake via river runoff and N deposition. As a result, the natural environment of Taihu Lake has already deteriorated significantly, and water eutrophication has become a serious problem [10, 27-29].
It is found that the total meridional BC flux into the Arctic changes little throughout the year, and the wintertime peak of BC is mainly a result of weak wet deposition. BC aerosols are hydrophobic (not soluble in water) when emitted and become hydrophilic after being coated with soluble species, a process called aging.
The Court of Appeals has permanently enjoined a Nueva Ecija court from taking the deposition of convicted drug trafficker Mary Jane Veloso in Indonesia to get her side of the story.