How to use Respondent in a sentence

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  • Again, the respondent did not adduce evidence to refute this.

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  • He proved that when so syntonized the circuits are inductively respondent to each other with a much less power expenditure in the primary circuit than without the syntony.

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  • You will need to resume the meeting with the respondent to inform him/her of the decision to uphold or dismiss the complaint.

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  • Once service has been completed, the respondent must file a reply within a certain number of days.

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  • Another respondent talks about fellow students not believing dyslexia existed.

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  • If the respondent agrees with the provisions in the petition, he or she can file an Answer and a Waiver to the Petition, and the divorce will proceed in an uncontested manner.

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  • Accordingly the Panel uphold the Respondent's decision and refuse the appellant 's appeal.

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  • Here it is found that the respondent [ie the police officer] reasonably apprehended a breach of the peace.

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  • Mr Raeside invites me to hold that the adjudicator did not consider the respondent's counterclaim.

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  • Living in states first we focus on the respondent's low-income pregnant womennorth Dakota.

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  • In the majority of cases the respondent will be able to confirm that he/she agrees with the arrangements proposed.

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  • A respondent's notice is not obligatory in small claims appeals.

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  • You may decide that you wish to obtain additional information (sometimes called " further particulars ") from the respondent.

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  • Accordingly, the burden is on the Respondent to show that the Domain Name is not an abusive registration.

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  • Each sector was considered undesirable by at least one respondent.

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  • Accordingly, the burden is on the Respondent to show that the Domain Name is not an Abusive Registration.

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  • Alpha appeals (by respondent 's notice filed on 9 October 2002) against paragraph 5 of that order.

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  • Facts Mr Smith, a homosexual, was employed by the respondent as a barman.

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  • If you file the Petition, you are the Petitioner and your spouse is the Respondent.

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  • A waiting period must occur for at least six months after the service date of the Petition, which is the date that the Respondent or his representative signs for it.

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  • Once the Petition has been filed, the Clerk's Office will arrange for it to be served on the Respondent.

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  • Personal service is the preferred method of service, but if you don't know where the Respondent is, service can be effected by what is known as constructive service.

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  • If the Petition is served personally, the Respondent must respond within 20 days of the date of service.

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  • In a situation where the Respondent files an Answer and Counterpetition, a Notice for Trial is filed and a date is set for a judge to hear evidence from both sides in the dispute.

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  • Once the papers have been filed with the court clerk's office in the county where the divorce will be heard, a copy must be served on the other spouse (the respondent).

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  • A person over the age of 18 can serve the papers and have the respondent sign an acceptance of service to indicate that he or she has received them.

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  • We have quoted the informal tribute of Racine; but it should not be forgotten that Racine, in discharge of his duty as respondent at the Academical reception of Thomas Corneille, pronounced upon the memory of Pierre perhaps the noblest and most just tribute of eulogy that ever issued from the lips of a rival.

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  • Parnell's subsequent marriage with the respondent before a registrar did him no good with his Roman Catholic supporters.

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  • A form of constructive services is where an ad is placed in the newspaper for a specific number of days advising the Respondent that legal action is being taken to vary the amount of alimony to be paid.

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  • A date for the hearing is set; the Respondent is notified of the date the hearing is to take place.

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