Profert

Pro´fert


n.1.(Law) The exhibition or production of a record or paper in open court, or an allegation that it is in court.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The analysis was carried out in accordance with Interlaboratorial Program of Quality Control of Soil Analysis (PROFERT, 2005).
Has interim laudes sileat lingua carnis, quas semper ardenter intus profert animus.
ipse nec ire retro, nec in obuia concitus arma exilit, inque eadem sese uestigia semper obuersus cunctis profert recipitque, nec umquam longius indulget dextrae motusque per omnes corpus amat, corpus seruans circumque supraque uertitur.
The tourists may eventually have won by a convincing margin at Profert Olen Park, but were given a tough workout by a South African scratch side, who scored four tries.
The second string emerged 57-31 winners at Potchefstroom's Profert Olen Park after a bruising encounter in which Nick Abendanon claimed a first-half hat-trick of tries.
The tourists may eventually have won by a convincing margin at Profert Olen Park but were given a tough workout by a South African scratch side who scored four tries themselves.
Monye was taken to hospital after being knocked unconscious in a tackle in the first half of the 57-31 tour win at Profert Olen Park.
Me dicus S., ceterum, non remanet in re medicinali, sed etiam criticas animadversiones profert ad amotionis proceduram quod attinet, seu de re in qua non ipse est peritus.