proclaimant

proclaimant

(prəˈkleɪmənt)
n
someone who proclaims
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I trembled lest he should send me to call her; but I was spared the pain of being the first proclaimant of her flight.
551, 555 (2003) (Steinberg, J., concurring) (describing the proclaimant, non-adversarial nature of the VA adjudication process); Sanders v.
(176) Unlike the English rule or the American rule, the proclaimant rule tilts the playing field plainly in favor of one party, as its name indicates.
Putting the point crudely, this group would say that tort law is too proclaimant. As we will see later, both of these strands of thinking were reflected in the terms of reference of the Review.
The decision makers do not hear enough from those of us who are adamantly against the proclaimant, get-rich-quick, free-ride advocates.
recognized that lack of notice undermines the operation of the veterans' benefits system by altering its manifestly proclaimant character and jeopardizing the veteran's ability to appeal in what may be a fundamentally unfair manner."
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