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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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But the Court of Appeals said the evidence was impermissible because the opening statement, unlike in-trial evidence, is not subject to rehabilitation and rebuttal testimony.
Kennedy has indicated that he is not currently interested in running for any other office in a January interview with the (https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/politics/2018/01/26/representative-joseph-kennedy-iii-deliver-democratic-response-state-union-address/OohmntAyR3J49lwV9HNomK/story.html) Boston Globe before the rebuttal decision was announced.
After Schoolhouse's rebuttal, Newegg filed a motion for leave to prepare and serve a surrebuttal report to be prepared by Kaplan.
In our rebuttal we emphasised that a broad range of regulatory options lie between decriminalisation and commercialisation, noting that decriminalisation is merely one practical step in the right direction.
Li Baodong, Chinese ambassador to the United Nations, upped the rhetoric in his subsequent rebuttal, saying, "The recent so-called island purchase by the Japanese government is nothing different from money laundering."
The verbal volley came after a few BJP MLAs were expelled from the assembly by speaker Yoganand Shastri, following the first adjournment, for disrupting House proceedings with their protest against Dikshit's rebuttal.
The court held, inter alias that the trial court had not erred when it refused to consider the Clinic's rebuttal evidence in attempting to show that Kimberly had not met the standard for setting forth a cause of action.
Islamabad, January 27, 2012 (Frontier Star): Senators Thursday criticized rebuttal from the Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC) of their reservations about its performance.
The prize for the best rebuttal went to Srivalli Valivetti of Indian School Al Seeb while Himanshu Sharma of Indian School Sohar claimed the prize for the second best rebuttal.
THE US-BASED JOURNAL Theological Studies was compelled to publish an article presenting the hierarchy's view on marriage as a rebuttal to a 2004 article questioning church teachings on marriage and divorce, according to the National Catholic Reporter.
Senator Everett Dirksen (R-IL) and Congressman Gerald Ford (D-MI) delivered the first rebuttal to President Johnson's State of the Union message on behalf of the Republican Party.
If the lender receives an appraisal-based repurchase request that falls within the guarantee program's specific parameters, Coester Appraisal Group will initiate and fulfill a formal rebuttal campaign to refute the repurchase request--free of charge to the lender.