statement of identity

state·ment of i·den·ti·ty

(stāt'mĕnt ī-den'ti-tē)
A mandate of the F.D.A. that a food label prominently shall display the common name of a food.
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The discovery is not linguistic in any sense, nor it has to do with the role of names in any statement of identity. "Hesperus" does not abbreviate anything of the form of the entity named by "Hesperus." This would go as far as betraying (1) itself, apart from being a circular analysis of the role of "Hesperus." Moreover, Hesperus could have been discovered to be Phosphorus, even if it had had no name, or even if some other celestial body rather than Venus had held the name "Hesperus." Names belong contingently to their bearers, so adopting this view on the discovery would also betray (2).
Naming an enslaved child Toussaint in a slave society was a significant statement of identity and an act of resistance.
These products are required to have an appropriate statement of identity, net contents in English and metric units, ingredients listed in descending order of predominance, a nutrition facts panel unless exempt, an allergens statement (if applicable) and the name and address of the manufacturer, packer or distributor.
Staffers in attendance at the DSC briefing learned about what information must appear on a dietary supplement label and what each item means, including: the statement of identity; net quantity of contents; supplement facts with nutrition information for each ingredient; manufacturer or distributor information; complete listing of ingredients; safety information; FDA disclaimer; claims/benefits; and cautions/warnings/notices.
According to the school's statement of identity, "The goal of Loyola High School is the formation of mature, responsible, Christian adults, in accordance with the tradition of the Catholic Church and the Society of Jesus."
Namely, [section] 440.105 (4)(b)(9) makes it unlawful "to knowingly present or cause to be presented any false, fraudulent, or misleading oral or written statement to any person as evidence of identity for the purpose of obtaining employment or filing or supporting a claim for workers' compensation benefits." (3) Under a plain reading of [section] 440.105 (4)(b)(9), it appears that regardless of whether a claimant is under oath, if at the time the claimant made any false material statement of identity, and at the time he made any of these statements, he knew the statements were false, incomplete, or misleading, then the statements fall within the scope of [section] 440.105, and must result in the loss of workers' compensation benefits.
Some meal replacement products use the term "meal" in the statement of identity, while others use the term only in romance copy and advertising to recommend uses: "occasional meal replacement," "meal supplement" or "snack."
This is nothing new; hijab has long been a statement of identity. Whether women have been ordered to wear it or forced not to, it has also been a symbol of freedom.
This collection of the Edinburgh band's first three singles to date is a glorious statement of identity and intention.
At the same time it constitutes a statement of identity for talented writers whose work may now gain the wider readership it deserves.
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