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alledge

(əˈlɛdʒ)
vb (tr)
an obsolete spelling of allege
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A criminal complaint released by the FBI last week gave the reasons US authorities alledge pushed him into extremism.
He denied that desuetude could invalidate a statute, asserting that "a man cannot prescribe or alledge a custome against a statute," (198) and that "an act of parliament by non-user [cannot] be antiquated or lose his force.
They alledge that their prophet has not changed his clothes for seven years.
It was a long Time that they discoursed the Matter at their Board, off and on, if violent Talking may be called Discourse; and, at length, they agreed to define that the whole Matter might be heard and determined by the King in Council: And there each Party might alledge his Reasons, and receive the King's Judgment.
Some bank workers in South Sudan, who wish to remain anonymous, alledge that the closure of these forex bureaus, mainly operated by Somali nationals, is a response to the increased terror risks, in the wake of the July 11 bomb attacks in Uganda's capital, Kampala.
at 563 ("[N]or is it sufficient to alledge the Cause of Action within the Jurisdiction of the Court; but it must be proved upon the Trial; and if the Plaintiff proves a Consideration out of the Jurisdiction it cannot be given in Evidence.
8) It identifies its parties as the Crown, as represented by local magistrate John Bedell "for this purpose duly authorized", and "the Indians of the River St John commonly called and known by the name of the Milasite Tribe represented by those [eleven males] who have subscribed and sealed this Instrument and who alledge that they are duly authorized to agree for the whole".
Goldsmith, in response to the anticipated objection, asserts "that I sincerely believe what I have written; that I have taken all possible pains, in my country excursions, for these four or five years past, to be certain of what I alledge, and that all my views and enquiries have led me to believe those miseries real, which I here attempt to display.
Carter had already been involved in the earlier conflicts between Presbyterians and Independents and had been mentioned by name in Vox Populi as one whose machinations on behalf of the Presbyterian party in Norwich were in fact being set in motion by unnamed powerful men in London: "Mr Carter did alledge that they were advised by some great persons above, vix.
WHEREAS, many lewd women that have been delivered of bastard children, to avoid their shame, and to escape punishment, do secretly bury or conceal the death of their children, and after, if the child be found dead, the said woman do alledge, that the said child was born dead.
W]hat they alledge must not be upon Conjecture or a doubtful Hear-say, but upon their own certain knowledge; which, how men can pretend to in Matters of Fact, unless you'l make them Ubiquitaries and Omniscient; or the Matter of Fact be limited to such Circumstances of time and place, as they can positively say and swear they were individually privy to, cannot easily be imagined.