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  • 101Hearsay in United States law — Hearsay is the legal term that describes statements made outside of court or other judicial proceedings. Unless one of about thirty [cite web |title= Hearsay Evidence |url=http://criminal.findlaw.com/crimes/more criminal topics/evidence… …

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  • 102text — Synonyms and related words: abecedarium, abecedary, abstract, acknowledgments, adage, advance sheets, advertising matter, alphabet book, ana, analects, aphorism, apothegm, argument, arrangement, article, axiom, back, back matter, basis, bastard… …

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  • 103relevant — adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin relevant , relevans, from Latin, present participle of relevare to raise up more at relieve Date: 1560 1. a. having significant and demonstrable bearing on the matter at hand b. affording evidence tending to… …

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  • 104Roman litigation — The system of Roman litigation passed through three stages over the years: until around 150 BC, the Legis Actiones system; from around 150 BC until around 342 AD, the formulary system; and from 342 AD onwards, the cognitio procedure.Legis… …

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  • 105Language interpretation — Interpreter redirects here. For the movie with the same title, see The Interpreter. For the band, see The Interpreters. For other uses, see Interpretation. Part of a series on …

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  • 106subject — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. topic, theme; matter; liege, vassal, citizen. See grammar, thought, servant, teaching. v. t. reduce, control, restrain, tame; treat, expose. See subjection, thought. adj. liable, conditioned (upon).… …

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  • 107relevant — relevant, germane, material, pertinent, apposite, applicable, apropos are comparable when they mean having a relation to or a bearing upon the matter in hand or the present circumstances. Something relevant has a traceable connection, especially… …

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  • 108per´ti|nent|ly — per|ti|nent «PUR tuh nuhnt», adjective. having to do with what is being considered; relating to the matter in hand; to the point; relevant: »If your question is pertinent, I will answer it. ╂[< Latin pertinēns, entis, present participle of… …

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  • 109per|ti|nent — «PUR tuh nuhnt», adjective. having to do with what is being considered; relating to the matter in hand; to the point; relevant: »If your question is pertinent, I will answer it. ╂[< Latin pertinēns, entis, present participle of pertinēre; see… …

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  • 110Roman Catholic Relief Bill — • Sections on England and Ireland Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Roman Catholic Relief Bill     Roman Catholic Relief Bill      …

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  • 111Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show! — The front cover of the second series CD release, with Steve Delaney dressed as Count Arthur Strong. Genre Sitcom Running time 30 minutes …

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  • 112insanity — The term is a social and legal term rather than a medical one, and indicates a condition which renders the affected person unfit to enjoy liberty of action because of the unreliability of his behavior with concomitant danger to himself and others …

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  • 113insanity — The term is a social and legal term rather than a medical one, and indicates a condition which renders the affected person unfit to enjoy liberty of action because of the unreliability of his behavior with concomitant danger to himself and others …

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  • 114American handball — American (or court) handball, usually referred to simply as Handball, is a sport in which players hit a small rubber ball against one or more walls. History It is a common belief that American handball was brought to the United States in the… …

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  • 115topic — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. subject, theme, thesis, subject matter; item, question; business, point [of argument]; proposition, statement. See inquiry, information, thought. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. question, theme, subject, text …

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  • 116Vacco v. Quill — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Vacco v. Quill ArgueDate=January 8 ArgueYear=1997 DecideDate=June 26 DecideYear=1997 FullName=Vacco, Attorney General of New York, et al. v. Quill et al. USVol=521 USPage=793 Citation= Prior=On writ of cert. to the United… …

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  • 117chapter — Synonyms and related words: Council of Nicaea, Council of Trent, Lateran Council, Vatican Council, affiliate, arm, article, back matter, basis, book, branch, branch office, burden, case, classis, clause, column, concern, conciliarism, conclave,… …

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  • 118concern — Synonyms and related words: Aktiengesellschaft, TLC, absorb, academic discipline, academic specialty, accent, accommodatingness, activities, activity, affair, affairs, affect, affect the interest, agency, agitate, agitation, agreeableness, ail,… …

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  • 119substance — Synonyms and related words: Swiss bank account, actuality, affective meaning, affluence, air, amount, amplitude, assets, atom, atomic particles, atoms, axiom, balance, bank account, basis, bearing, being, bench mark, best part, better part, body …

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  • 120theme — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. subject, topic, text; essay, thesis, treatise, dissertation; composition; melody, motif. See music, thought. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A subject] Syn. topic, proposition, argument, thesis, text, subject… …

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