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rebuttal

(ri-bŭt′ăl)
In law, evidence or testimony that contradicts or sheds doubt upon the assertions of the opposing party in a dispute.
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The Company takes this opportunity to re-emphasize that shareholders of the Company, investors (including potential investors) and bondholders should exercise extreme caution in reading the report and rebuttals published by Glaucus.
Moreover, I also examine the ideological distance between the ideology of the out-party rebuttal group and the president who delivers the State of the Union address.
After exposure to the two types of effective rebuttals, about 1 in 4 (25 percent) of the subjects who had either previously been unsure about the truth of the rumour, or who believed the rumour was true, updated their beliefs to report they considered the rumour false.
The Myanmar government's rebuttal said Suu Kyi ''permitted him to stay, communicated, gave him food and shelter and thus there was no option but to open legal proceedings in accordance with law.
Prong three of the rebuttal is that it matters not what the Prime Minister's official spokesman told lobby journalists while the PM was being questioned.
When the assistant professor learned the departmental vote was two against and one for his tenure, he decided to compose a rebuttal.
But such articles aren't offered as a corrective or rebuttal to mainstream accolades.
Perspectives on Church Government examines five different models of church governance, each of which is presented by an authority on that particular system and is followed by rebuttal arguments from four other authorities.
HIS season may have been a little stop-start so far, but Brian Meehan is looking for lift-off when his star colt Rebuttal makes his eagerly awaited return in the Listed Heron Stakes at Goodwood, today.
The day after the defence rested, Judge Rodney Melville agreed to prosecutors' request that during their rebuttal case they be allowed to show the jury a videotape of a July 2003 law enforcement interview of the boy to show that his story has been consistent.
The singer's aides rushed to make a rebuttal video after being handed a transcript of the Living With Michael Jackson programme, it was claimed.
Michael Jackson's young accuser and his family were offered a house and a college education in return for filming a rebuttal to Martin Bashir's controversial documentary, a court has heard.