Definition of Adducer. Meaning of Adducer. Synonyms of Adducer

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Definition of Adducer

Adducer
Adducer Ad*du"cer, n. One who adduces.

Meaning of Adducer from wikipedia

- Salvatore Adduce (born 14 February 1955 in Ferrandina) is an Italian politician. In 2001 he was elected at the Chamber of Deputies for the 14th Legislature;...
- obligation to give notice and particulars to other parties when proposing to adduce hearsay evidence (Section 47A); the power to call witness for cross-examination...
- phenomenon that is to be explained, and the explanans are the sentences adduced as explanations of that phenomenon. For example, one person may pose an...
- The New Chronology is an alternative chronology of the ancient Near East developed by English Egyptologist David Rohl and other researchers beginning with...
- resolved, this is the part of the hearing where evidence is adduced (although it can be adduced at an earlier stage in the trial). In the United States,...
- ICTY later held it to be "flawed in principle", the tu quoque argument, adduced by German defendants, was admitted as a valid defense during the trials...
- constitutional challenge of the common law rule permitting the Crown to adduce evidence of an accused's insanity and section 542(2) of the Criminal Code...
- The postulation that Allah (the name of God in Islam) historically originates as a moon god (who was worshipped in pre-Islamic Arabia) originates in early...
- which filled in a good many more details. And no evidence has ever been adduced to prove any of these theories. Hildebrand, Lee (April 10, 2007). "Elvis...
- opinions. In a letter to Melanchthon of April 22, 1519, Erasmus specifically adduced the Cretans of Plutarch as an example of his adage "Concord is a mighty...
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