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"A prima facie case of entitlement to No-Fault compensation is made out where the evidence proves that a clamant submitted proof of claim to an insurer and that the billed amount was not paid within 30 days.
Criterio mit alors fin a ses critiques voilees et publia une lettre de l'episcopat argentin clamant que le gouvernement persecutait injustement l'Eglise catholique (60).
On the contrary, they are determined to prevent Turnbull and MacIan from agitating the truly clamant questions concerning God and man and the world.
Of the new Isherwood, he argues that "he turned into an almost excessively clamant Gay Liberationist in the seventies partly from guilty hostility towards his own earlier concealments and unoutspokenness"(1988: 153).
If kama [love] as sexual feeling is not humanized, it is bestial and blind, clamant and chaotic, and becomes a deadly vice.
Par consequent, la plupart des experts ethno-folkloristes se sont engages dans le marketing des traditions, pratique surtout par les villageois eux-memes, tout en clamant les uns et les autres a haute voix leur fidelite a l'authenticite paysanne.
For blood, brown in mouth firment, taste of metal run along clamant. Fortunate aside leading tone will open our lips to pout worn in tangible overglide.
Only later in the discovery process might the clamant learn that there is no insurance.
156-9) on his famous description in Vox clamant is of the Peasants' Revolt.
It was not created out of nothing, but out of the need to find ways to meet the clamant call of humanity for a divine utterance.
A l'arrivee de Levine pour sa premiere journee de travail comme patron de l'Hopital d'Ottawa, le 17 juin 1998, "environ 250 manifestants bruyants" l'accueillent par des "injures et attaques personnelles," reclamant sa tete et brandissant des affiches clamant "La democratie est bafouee, dictateurs" ou "Je refuse d'embrasser le derriere d'un separatiste" (La Presse 17 juin, B1).
Behind it one hears "the shrill and clamant voice of English radicalism, thrilling with self-accusatory and joyful lamentation.