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Definition of Accuser

Accuser
Accuser Ac*cus"er, n. [OE. acuser, accusour; cf. OF. acuseor, fr. L. accusator, fr. accusare.] One who accuses; one who brings a charge of crime or fault.

Meaning of Accuser from wikipedia

- Intelligence ultimately appointed him "Supreme Accuser of the Kree Empire". He is known simply as "Ronan the Accuser". On his first mission, Ronan is sent to...
- novel The Accuser (animated series), a series produced by Stan Lee The Accuser (film), a 1977 French film Ronan the Accuser, a Marvel Comics character...
- adulterous ****ual encounter with his accuser, but denied the ****ault allegation. The case was dropped after Bryant's accuser refused to testify in the case...
- "J'Accuse...!" (French pronunciation: ​[ʒakyz]; "I Accuse...!") was an open letter published on 13 January 1898 in the newspaper L'Aurore by the influential...
- Michael Bendis and Valerio Schiti. She is a member of the Kree Accuser Corps. Hala the Accuser first appeared in Guardians of Knowhere #3 and was created...
- allegation can occur as the result of intentional lying on the part of the accuser; or unintentionally, due to a confabulation, either arising spontaneously...
- suit was settled in 2018 under undisclosed terms. On 16 April 2019, a new accuser, Maria Farmer, went public and filed a sworn affidavit in federal court...
- (THE ACCUSER) / INTERDIT AUX MOINS DE 13 ANS (LUCY ON SEINE) (500 EDITION) (CD)". Screen Archives Entertainment. Retrieved 23 June 2013. "The Accuser (1977)"...
- Banks' Accuser for $2M". NBC Los Angeles. Retrieved August 9, 2013. Mellen, Greg (June 14, 2013). "Long Beach Unified wins judgment against accuser in false...
- whether the defendant had been afforded the right to confront her or his accuser. The Court implicitly noted the shift, "Dispensing with confrontation because...
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