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deposition

Medical malpractice A testimony obtained under oath from a witness or expert outside of court, which can be subsequently used in a criminal or civil action Metabolic diseases The accumulation of crystallizable or nonmetabolizable material in certain organs

dep·o·si·tion

(dep'ŏ-zish'ŭn)
A sworn pretrial testimony given by a witness in response to oral and written questions and cross examination. The deposition is transcribed and may be used for further pretrial investigation. It may also be presented at the trial if the witness cannot be present; often used in the case of workers' compensation adjudication.

dep·o·si·tion

(dep'ŏ-zish'ŭn)
A sworn pretrial testimony given by a witness in response to oral and written questions and cross examination.
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"Because the evidence indicates that an expert deposition fee agreement was proposed, the defendant asserts that the proposal was accepted, the plaintiff gingerly avoids denying that plaintiff's counsel assented to this agreement, the defendant apparently charged the plaintiff in accordance with the terms of the email, and there is no indication that the parties were unable to reach an agreement such that they brought the issue to the court's attention, this court finds that the parties did in fact enter into such an agreement.
Virginia Code 8.01-420 says discovery depositions cannot be the basis for motions for summary judgment unless all parties agree.
The other procedural duties such as the oath and transcript certification are handled by a vTestify deposition officer, who is a notary public.
Tomokazu has used X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) to provide strong evidence for the separate deposition of Au and Pt nanoparticles.
Second, many lawyers structure their questioning of deposition witnesses around a stack of exhibits.
A high-purity deposition material makes it possible to reduce the preheating time before film formation, which reduces consumption of deposition material that does not contribute to film formation and can reduce costs.
As shown in Figure 3(a), the refractive index increases with the rise of the deposition temperature in the wavelength range from 350 to 1700 nm.
There are four specific aims in this study: (1) to develop acinar models with different number of alveoli and with septa and pores of different sizes, (2) to characterize airflows and particle motions in these acinar geometries, (3) to quantify the effect of pore size on surface doses both temporally and spatially, and (4) to evaluate the acinar deposition in simplified and complex models under the influence of the following factors: particle size, geometrical complexity, gravity orientation angle, and inhalation depth.
These increased anthropogenic activities have increased the N deposition rate and aggravated eutrophication [26-39].
As these processes are parameterized in the current generation of models in a rather crude way, measurements of BC mixing state and wet deposition will be useful for improving the process-level representation.
In a resolution dated May 22, the appeals court 11th Division said it would be best to preserve the status quo pending resolution on their main petition against taking Veloso's deposition.