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    1. The greater part of foreign bills of exchange must be paid in bank money, that is, by a transfer in the books of the bank ; and the directors of the bank, they allege, are careful to keep the whole quantity of bank money always below what this use occasions a demand for

    2. Sources allege that some people specifically chose cremation because they believed that one would not be resurrected, once cremated to ashes

    3. Other sources also allege that patients developed conditions such as syphilis and HIV due to contaminated organs

    4. education “experts”, allege that standardized tests are written from a white middle-class viewpoint and therefore are unfair to blacks

    5. They allege that animals earmarked for slaughter often face days without food

    6. want the baby? He’ll have to allege the truth, abortion

    7. Although there is no evidence that he was placed under arrest to face the prospect of a court martial, several of his fellow officers allege that this was the first of several Paddy Mayne cover ups

    8. This after reports today allege that Michael and Joseph Zuma had supplies worth R545,249 by Electricity Company Voltex delivered to their homes as part of the ‘prestige project’ – the same project which has been used to pay for the upgrade to President Zuma’s private home in Nkandla

    9. So how can they also allege that Khalid Ibn Al-Waleed drank a glass of poison without being affected by it?

    10. American lives, others allege that peacekeeping missions sap our resources or

    11. But even if it had been in July, that would be far from the date you allege

    12. sect had no existence at the time these Gospels allege,

    13. expound and allege to have been accepted by multitudes

    14. Foster long ago suggested, to account for the whole vast sum of wickedness and misery which fills the globe, by the single action of one nature which, as they allege, is marked by no radical defect, rather than by the easier hypothesis of the combined action of two corrupted natures working in concert

    15. ’ With respect to the former part of the learned writer’s assertion, it suffices to allege that the Bechuanas and Australians, and several tribes of Central Africa, have been found destitute of the notion of immortality

    16. He said, "You are in a worse situation, and God is Aware of what you allege

    17. So glory be to God, Lord of the Throne, beyond what they allege

    18. " And, "Our Lord is the Gracious, Whose help is sought against what you allege

    19. Against a representation of Christ’s mission so fruitful as this, so conformable to the facts of man's condition, an ingenuous skepticism will have little to allege

    20. But surely those who propose them, and who deduce them from analytical chemistry, physiology, and the testimony of the rocks will not again affirm the undeviating uniformity of the action of nature, or allege it as a reason why we must believe that 'all things have continued as they were from the beginning of the creation

    21. These members allege they

    22. tried to allege something in his defence

    23. In July 1975, Fletcher Prouty, a retired Air Force colonel and discredited JFK assassination conspiracy theorist, went on television to allege that Butterfield had been working as the CIA “contact man” in the Nixon White House

    24. this crime? For, if you can prove what you allege, the villain will hang, I swear

    25. But would the end really be his own convenience? Other people would say so, and would allege that he was currying favor with Bulstrode for the sake of making himself important and getting on in the world

    26. As to Will, though until his last defiant letter he had nothing definite which he would choose formally to allege against him, he felt himself warranted in believing that he was capable of any design which could fascinate a rebellious temper and an undisciplined impulsiveness

    27. "I do not wish to allege anything against her

    28. They attacked Shanghai and Nankin with terrifying force; many historians allege that Japanese troops in Nankin carried out a programme of mass rape

    29. Rochester in the shadowy orchard; but I could not find a reason to allege for leaving him

    30. The operators have stolen a march on the men, who, so they allege, were secretly getting ready to strike

    31. But gentlemen allege necessity; the army must be filled up; officers are imposed on by fraudulent minors, who receive the bounty, and then claim a release upon the plea of non-age

    32. It is in vain to set up the plea of necessity, and to allege that she cannot exist without the impressment of her seamen

    1. Priority in creation was the ground alleged by Paul as the reason why the woman

    2. Soon thereafter, he was detained for his alleged involvement with an Ewe coup plot

    3. In fact, under the strains of the moment and the inevitable riot of questions and counselling in the immediate aftermath of the alleged attack, they had never even spoken with one another

    4. counselling in the immediate aftermath of the alleged attack, they

    5. More so of him than of any alleged nefarious interlopers that may or may not be on the prowl

    6. ‘Thank you,’ said Janice, not bothering to deny her alleged relationship with Axel

    7. That, notwithstanding this reduction, the value of silver has, during the course of the present century, begun to rise somewhat in the European market, the facts and arguments which have been alleged above, dispose me to believe, or more properly to suspect and conjecture; for the best opinion which I can form upon this subject, scarce, perhaps, deserves the name of belief

    8. alleged philosophers, but who prefer to declare

    9. The murder convictions…there must be more to their alleged pleas of innocence

    10. In one case, there was a request by the Melbourne authorities to inspect the Shenandoah in search of alleged stowaways on board, which had been reported presumably by American

    11. That was only one of a string of alleged corrupt practices, including handing out jobs and contracts in return for campaign contributions

    12. us about the alleged prostitution

    13. First it was alleged (I have no idea if it is true or not) that they have millions of executed (Holocaust) Jews money which they are refusing to pay out to the children and then they suffered enormous losses with rogue traders in London

    14. Although no group has officially claimed responsibility for the bombing, it is certain that Conservatives will likely take some heat from the liberal community anxious to score political points over this horrific event by (alleged) right-wing fanatics

    15. A thought about palimony: Whenever a woman, of her (own) free will, chooses to enter into a relationship of convenience with a man, a celebrity let‘s say, and that relationship subsequently sours, for whatever reason(s), (as is so often the case, the man in question has grown tired of the woman), and the women seeks compensatory emoluments for ―services‖ rendered or alleged physical abuse or

    16. However at the same time confiscated cattle from the remaining tribesmen as punishment for alleged but unproved loyalties to the Mau Mau

    17. The War on Terror is encountering a great deal of opposition from the (hard) Left who continue to advance the notion of American Moral Culpability; that is to say, that America is the (historical) root cause of (all) worldly grievances and should therefore make every conceivable effort to redress certain points of contention that have evolved from its own (alleged) transgressions; thereby giving (justifiable) cause to the underlying motives that led up to the events of 9/11

    18. It is not and never should have been a federal job to pursue alleged child abusers

    19. There was one she identified as an arsonist from Berkeley, California whose handiwork, she alleged, resulted in the deaths of a young mother and her two children, a harmless-looking young man from Illinois who sliced a girl to pieces when she refused him sex, plus embezzlers, forgers, thieves and drug traffickers

    20. Britain and France's alleged failure to confront Hitler is also often falsely portrayed

    21. The late Oswald Boelcke had his alleged, ‘dicta,’ (there were a couple of jokes that went around about him

    22. When Clinton sent missile attacks aimed at an alleged chemical weapons factory for Al Qaeda, the factory turned out to be making medicines

    23. Herminia had pointed him out and alleged that he sold cocaine

    24. “Everything is fixed,” he alleged

    25. With limbic stimulation, they can control what you feel, taste and smell when you leave the alleged ship

    26. Services as well as its Post Office is alleged to have improperly steered UN contracts to several Indian

    27. This individual is alleged to be responsible for the deaths of the gunmen

    28. Jason took the time to review the alleged torture at Abu Ghraib on Wikipedia

    29. Michael Moore in his movie Rodger and Me highlighted the alleged inaccessibility of GM CEO, Rodger

    30. Some people alleged it was Hitler’s ill-conceived decision to move on the Eastern Front that saved the world from Nazism

    31. Some bones will have dark carbon stains and this is normally caused by the use of cancer medication which is alleged to alter the bone composition

    32. There is much regarding the alleged pilots and victims

    33. Torhan, it is alleged that Cerise Records is a front for the Russian Mafia

    34. Benjamin to Egypt to act as surety for his son’s alleged actions

    35. the fact that Paul was on trial here for an alleged offence that, if the verdict had gone

    36. their worship and meats; they alleged that they were men unsociable, hostile to the king's interests, refusing to associate with him or

    37. alleged that men who had for their bellies' sake transgressed the ordinances of God, would never be faithful to the interests of the

    38. Who had done this? How could they perform such a vile act or did he actually carry them out? Was he really schizophrenic? Was the condition so powerful that he could switch personalities and not remember any of the evil acts he was alleged to have carried out? It all sounded too horrific

    39. We now go live to Stillwater, New York where reporter Dennis Matthews is standing live in front of the alleged suspect’s house,” the news anchor says

    40. This Council of “political scientists” calls for elimination of alleged pollutants even if scientific evidence is “inadequate or inconclusive

    41. That myths of stolen elections, the lives of opponents corrupted or degraded, and the alleged victimization of their own constituencies are instructive keys to the nature of liberalism and its infection of the Democratic Party

    42. yarns about screwball scenarios such as the donkey parade in Rio, or his alleged attack by

    43. In a more recent situation, cover-up again was alleged against the New Westminster

    44. Yet, when he started to voice concerns about the alleged improprieties, he

    45. The officers alleged that Zaccardelli and others blocked investigations and

    46. Conservative MP Inky Mark alleged that the Liberal government had tried

    47. alleged foul-up doesn't happen again

    48. They alleged the investigation was

    49. Several alleged anyone who stuck their neck out with complaints or raised

    50. accounts committee to explain when they knew about the alleged misuse

    1. There is another source19 which alleges a skeleton of an estimated 110 pounds, 4 foot long woman which is estimated at 4

    2. William Sherman, the journalist who was instrumental in uncovering this fraudulent mess, alleges that the cost of 1 ounce of bone, in terms of dental implants, is more than the cost of 1 ounce of gold

    3. The man actually died after 4 Taser jolts, witness alleges

    4. But the officers did not take a statement from her, she alleges

    5. In it, he alleges that Nancy Laplante has grossly violated the operating protocols of the Time Patrol by bringing back from the past an ancestor of high historical significance

    6. The complaint alleges that Rumsfeld et al are principally responsible for a US Military program of detention and torture

    7. Van Thorn now owns the Arkin ranch and alleges to have found gold there, but how could he possibly be linked to this? It still doesn’t make much sense

    8. ‘Is Miss Clayden going to make a good witness? She’s an adulterer, she’s young and pretty which can work both ways and Turney alleges that she’s lying because he jilted her

    9. “But I just wanted to ask the Minister if he has read the column in the newspaper today which alleges that the police know the man they are holding in custody for murder has absolutely nothing to do with the four other murders

    10. at the time Luke alleges Jesus was born, and its tenets

    11. The investigation by the Central Bureau of investigation alleges that Greenhouse was the

    12. The diary alleges abuse and your fears that Nick didn’t want the baby, that he might want to kill you

    13. Glenn Greenberg alleges that during his five years in this position he worked as a money mismanager

    14. “But I shall be told that he shammed illness on purpose that he might not be suspected and that he told the prisoner of the money and the signals to tempt him to commit the murder, and when he had murdered him and had gone away with the money, making a noise, most likely, and waking people, Smerdyakov got up, am I to believe, and went in—what for? To murder his master a second time and carry off the money that had already been stolen? Gentlemen, are you laughing? I am ashamed to put forward such suggestions, but, incredible as it seems, that's just what the prisoner alleges

    15. But one man in Charkov, another in Iver, and a third in Samara, refuse to comply, and, as by one accord, each man alleges the same reason

    16. This alleges that the obnoxious expressions are contained in a letter of the 23d of October, and to this limits our assertion

    17. here alleges, that the substance of Mr

    1. Leona and Bex are the subject of two Incident Reports alleging illegal substance misuse and detailing the actions taken by the medical teams

    2. The court of exchequer, instituted for the levying of the king's revenue, and for enforcing the payment of such debts only as were due to the king, took cognizance of all other contract debts ; the plantiff alleging that he could not pay the king, because the defendant would not pay him

    3. An officer from the DCF filed an affidavit alleging the children were not being properly educated, lacked proper medical care, and were living in social isolation in their condominium

    4. He referred to Freakonomist Levitt’s recent book alleging that the drop really coincided with the time frame that the abortion

    5. 22 So he overcame the destroyer, not with strength of body, nor force of arms, but with a word subdued him who punished, alleging

    6. During the hearing, he said, "we were alleging [the four

    7. During the hearing, he said, "we were alleging [the four Mounties] were

    8. been filed against the company alleging Paxil-related heart defects

    9. In these non-criminal contexts, the victim can sue the harasser in a private civil lawsuit, alleging that the harassment constitutes discrimination

    10. alleging that over the course of nearly four years, that they were basically ‗trading

    11. prior regimes alleging that many contracts were over invoiced

    12. He also told them, the FBI had received information alleging Jason Sterling had created the drug situation to raise funds, and the resulting civil unrest was all his fault

    13. Wickland considered this along with the letter from Spalding alleging he would abstain when it came to voting on recommendations on the project

    14. A few weeks later, Kejriwal decided to gherao the homes of Sonia Gandhi and Nitin Gadkari, alleging a Congress–BJP collusion in the coal scam

    15. United States, as a result of a lawsuit alleging patent infringement

    16. She had said good-bye to Dwight at the foot of his staircase, alleging an engagement as she smiled a smile that couldn't but be bleak--it was indeed, she explained, because of this engagement, that she was there that day, and having thanked him for offering to see her to whatever door she was bound for, and said she could easily find her way alone and he wasn't to bother, and having done her best not to let this sound as if she were in any way minding anything, she walked away into the twilight, and out of his life

    17. In this way they came at last to the Garden of Eden, beyond which the Baron refused to budge, alleging that further back than that no Christian could go; and even in that he repudiated the kiss

    18. Sommer’s, but because the principle expressed in the rule is adopted by almost every Bible expositor, to prove the same thing, or give it as a reason for alleging the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus to be a real circumstance

    19. ’ As for the large majority of irreligious educated men throughout Europe, and the multitude of well-instructed artisans, they have thrown off religious faith altogether, and specially faith in hell, alleging the incredibility of this very dogma

    20. The idea of the theatre quickly germinated in Bovary's head, for he at once communicated it to his wife, who at first refused, alleging the fatigue, the worry, the expense; but, for a wonder, Charles did not give in, so sure was he that this recreation would be good for her

    21. I defended myself, "if I really may be allowed to defend myself," by alleging that being utterly unaccustomed to wine, I had been intoxicated with the first glass, which I said, I had drunk before they arrived, while I was waiting for them at the Hotel de Paris between five and six o'clock

    22. This last proof, instead of giving him fresh strength, deprived him of it; the pickaxe descended, or rather fell; he placed it on the ground, passed his hand over his brow, and remounted the stairs, alleging to himself, as an excuse, a desire to be assured that no one was watching him, but in reality because he felt that he was about to faint

    23. Franz and Albert made some difficulty, alleging their fear of depriving him of it; but the count replied that, as he was going to the Palli Theatre, the box at the Argentina Theatre would be lost if they did not profit by it

    24. Whilst the chairman was trying to get the attention of the meeting in order to put the question, Bundy had become involved in an argument with several of the new hands who claimed to know of an even better place than the Queen Elizabeth, a pub called `The New Found Out', at Mirkfield, a few miles further on than Tubberton, and another individual joined in the dispute, alleging that a house called `The Three Loggerheads' at Slushton-cum-Dryditch was the finest place for a Beano within a hundred miles of Mugsborough

    25. And why not? An awful lot of makebelieve went on about that sort of thing involving a lifelong slur with the usual splash page of gutterpress about the same old matrimonial tangle alleging misconduct with professional golfer or the newest stage favourite instead of being honest and aboveboard about the whole business

    26. After alleging that Pocock had sent him inferior equipment, Ebright was now demanding a boat that simply would not go as fast as Pocock’s best, a boat that would not reflect well on him as a craftsman

    27. He sat up alone with him through the night, only ordering the housekeeper to lie down in her clothes, so as to be ready when he called her, alleging his own indisposition to sleep, and his anxiety to carry out the doctor's orders

    28. He would not allow her to read to him, and scarcely to sit with him, alleging nervous susceptibility to sounds and movements; yet she suspected that in shutting himself up in his private room he wanted to be busy with his papers

    29. 17: A woman sued a Vegas casino alleging the following: she asked a security guard to hold her slot machine while she hit the buffet; he let somebody else use “her” machine while she was gone; that “somebody else” hit the jackpot; that jackpot was rightfully hers

    30. The defense appealed the guilty verdict alleging the jury was a nonrepresentative sample, offering anecdotal evidence based on the population of the Northern United States

    31. She departed at the end of six or eight months, alleging as a reason, that there was no shade in the garden

    32. I passed the night in trying to persuade myself to it; you questioned me, and what I have just said to you is so extraordinary that you have the right to do it; well, yes, I have passed the night in alleging reasons to myself, and I gave myself very good reasons, I have done what I could

    33. On January 21, 1988, Sun State filed a complaint against the Maniatis Group alleging misleading information

    34. It appears that some little trouble was caused by a woman, whose name has not been ascertained, who endeavoured to force her way into the house after the bridal party, alleging that she had some claim upon Lord St

    35. I often refused to accompany him, alleging another engagement, that I might remain alone

    36. I defended myself, "if I really may be allowed to defend myself," by alleging that being utterly unaccustomed to wine, I had been intoxicated with the first glass, which I said, I had drunk before they arrived, while I was waiting for them at the Hôtel de Paris between five and six o'clock

    37. I was then quite well enough to accompany him, but he urged me not to do so, alleging as his reason my state of health

    38. Between these two classes we find a number of intermediaries, who take charge of the executions, tortures, conscriptions, and they, too, wash their hands of all responsibility, alleging on the one hand the orders of their superiors, and on the other that it is for such as themselves, who stand lower on the social ladder, to do these things

    39. Pope,) pressed by this argument, could only get round it by alleging that the original treaty between France and Spain was dated in 1761, prior to the settlement of the line and the cessions to Great Britain

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    Synonyms for "allege"

    allege aver say testify attest certify plead maintain witness declare swear affirm state assert

    "allege" definitions

    report or maintain