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verbal

adjective audible, expressed, nuncupative, oral, parole, pronounced, recited, spoken, stated, unwritten, uttered, verbum, voiced, vox
Associated concepts: Statute of Frauds, verbal acts, verbal agreements, verbal contracts, verbal gift, verbal no fault threshold
See also: loquacious, nuncupative, oral, parol

VERBAL. Parol; by word of mouth; as verbal agreement; verbal evidence. Not in writing.

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Though the BCCI has not officially communicated its decision of felicitating Sehwag to the DDCA, it has been learnt that on Monday evening the board verbally informed the hosts to plan a ceremony to honour the legend.
Dubai: An executive was sentenced to three months in jail for verbally threatening the mother of a woman he loved saying that he would dishonour the daughter if she wasn't allowed to be his wife.
Manasra, whom police accused, along with his 17-year-old cousin Husain Manasra who was shot dead by Israeli police, of allegedly carrying out an attack against an Israeli, said that he was chased and run over by an Israeli police vehicle, and when he tried to escape, settlers at the scene struck him repeatedly on his head with a club and verbally assaulted him, before he fell helplessly to the ground, with blood pouring from his head, while settlers shouted extreme profanities against him and kicked him with their hands and feet, while asking police - who did not provide Manasra with help - to kill him.
Loucaides reacted to his arrest and once more verbally assaulted a police officer.
The MPTS hearing chairman Dr Linda Buchanan said: "The panel has considered the circumstances, whereby you were faced with a loud and verbally aggressive patient who was not co-operating and your acceptance that you were frustrated and exasperated by him.
When she was refused entry into the building, she became verbally and racially abusive towards the security guard.
The man was verbally abusive and behaved in a physically threatening manner.
The detainee was also convicted of verbally abusing an on-duty police officer, assaulting him, and threatening that he would look for his residence and once he found it, he would disfigure and kill him.
When they have told the man not to do that he became verbally abusive towards them both.
According to figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, between 2012 and 2013, 500 staff employed by North Tyneside Council were either physically or verbally assaulted while at work.
On 24 June, a Nasr City Court sentenced two men to two years imprisonment and a fine of EGP 5,000 each, for verbally harassing a woman inside a mall.
The former TV judge reportedly became verbally abusive and was warned several times to quiet down during a trial where he showed up to represent someone in a child support case, which the court staff claimed was not in their records, TMZ.