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respondent

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

respondent

or

informant

any person replying to a social survey QUESTIONNAIRE or who answers questions in a social science INTERVIEW.
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Melnik, Dennis: Respondent is reinstated after an administrative suspension.
From about 2009 to 2014, the respondent represented an elderly client in various estate-related matters on an hourly fee basis of $250 per hour.
On interest rates, it stated that the percentage of respondent households that felt that interest rates had risen in the last 12 months declined by 0.7 points to 28.6 points in the current quarter when compared to 29.3 points attained in Q3, 2018.
degree college Samahni, District Bhimber, M Qasim of Gulberg Colony Kasur Pakistan and Deputy Commissioner Bhimber as respondents. The learned court, while hearing the case, ordered that in the light of the submissions, the writ petition is accepted concluding that the PSC shall consider the petitioner's merit against the post by excluding the private respondent.
Even it is very much difficult to find good and serious respondents in various universities because no one is ready to give their valuable few minutes.
Respondents to Store Brands' 2015 State of the Industry Study have lofty growth goals as they continue to position store brands as differentiators that drive repeat visits -- and loyalty -- to retail banners.
The major finding of his study explored that the respondents are more attracted towards e-journals as compare to print journals.
Breaking down the demographics of the respondents, 53 percent were female and 47 percent were male.
The survey, conducted in February and March this year, showed 37 per cent of the respondents believed BN would win, Pakatan Harapan (32 per cent) and the remaining 31 per cent were uncertain.
For survey a questionnaire was designed and 95 permanent faculty members were selected as respondents while for in-depth interviews 8 permanent faculty members were selected as respondents.
A total of 76% and 74% of high-income respondents in Kazakhstan and Belarus respectively support the union, compared to 65% and 57% respectively among low-income groups.
The study has realized its objectives as the socio economic profile of respondents and behavior of family members towards them and how it is affected the role of aged people in decision making within families.