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ORAL. Something spoken in contradistinction to something written; as oral evidence, which is evidence delivered verbally by a witness,

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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* Corresponding author: Montayeva NS, West Kazakhstan Agrarian-Technical University, Zhangir Khan Street, 51, Uralsk 090009, Kazakhstan.
Senior Assistant Attorney of Uralsk Almagul Ismagulova said one of the victims was a 7-month-old baby who died on October 15, 2014.
Coyne's founder and CEO, Larry Coyne, says the recent eight-week closure of Uralsk airport, with little advance warning, typifies the region's un-commercial attitude.
The first Russian traders and settlers appeared on the northwestern edge of modern Kazakhstan in the early 1600s (simultaneously with the Puritan colonists in North America), when the Ural Cossacks established on the Ural River the forts that later became the cities of Uralsk in the hinterland and Guriev on the Caspian Sea.
9, 1993 and in operation since 1994, has six onshore concessions in the Pre-Caspian Basin (which includes Tengiz and Karachaganak) in the Uralsk, Aktau, Atyrau and Aktyubinsk regions in the west.
But after they landed safely, and the warning of fire in the hold was discovered to be a false alarm, the jet was unable to take off again from Uralsk because of its weight.
But after they landed safely, and the warning of fire in the hold was discovered to be a false alarm, the jet, which had taken off from Sydney with a Bangkok stop, was unable to take off again from Uralsk because of its weight.
After the plane landed at Uralsk the crew discovered it was a false alarm - but it was too heavy to take off again on the "unsuitable" runway.
He found undercounts as large as 21.4 and 14.5 percent for Syrdarya and Uralsk oblasts and a general undercount for all regions despite the assessment of some Soviet population specialists that the 1897 census "data over represented the number of Russians in the population." (3)
The border forces also began putting resources into development of their maritime capabilities including purchasing new riverine craft manufactured in Uralsk on the Ural River, to patrol the marshy north Caspian Coast.
Accompanied by two fellow scouts and funded with 2500 rubles collected from fellow Old Believers in Uralsk, Khokhlov set out in May 1898 and returned home eight months later after travelling by boat from Odessa through Suez to Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Singapore, Indo-China, and Japan, and then by train home from Vladivostok.
Perhaps the most unusual of recent Russian sub-machine guns is the PP-90M from the KBP Instrument Design Bureau at Tula -- it was also available from Enterprise Metallist of Uralsk in Kazakhstan.