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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." (199) At the same time, he argued that long nonenforcement of a statute may affect the way it is interpreted, permitting judges to conclude that it does not impose the prohibitions and penalties it seems to impose: "as usage is a good interpreter of lawes, so non usage ...
They alledge that their prophet has not changed his clothes for seven years." (20)
She cansee it in the way he swallows before he speaks, in the way he holds alledge from his voice.
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...."); see also King v.
Garrick's friends alledge [...] that Douglas when first presented was not fit for the stage, and that it has been greatly altered since; the latter part of this assertion is not denied by the friends of the author'.
Surety Period Multiperil Auto & Other 2003-2005 16.7% 11.9% 710.0% 1990-2002 11.2% 39.0% 22.9% Primary Causes of P/C Impairments (1969-2005) Deficient Loss Reserves/Inadequate Pricing 38.2% Rapid Growth 16.5% Alledge Fraud 8.6% investment Problems (Overstated Assets) 7.3% Misc.
In his Dedication of the poem to Sir Joshua Reynolds, Goldsmith admits that there may be objection to the poem on the grounds "that the depopulation it deplores is no where to be seen, and the disorders it laments are only to be found in the poet's own imagination." 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." (3)