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TO DECLARE. To make known or publish. By tho constitution of the United States, congress have power to declare war. In this sense the word, declare, signifies, not merely to make it known that war exists, but also to make war and to carry it on. 4 Dall. 37; 1 Story, Const. Sec. 428; Rawle on the Const. 109. In pleading, to declare, is the act of filing a declaration.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Our knowledge acquisition method extracts solely the declarable tacit knowledge.
Since not all people pass through the same states, for some individuals only the last state would be declarable. Nevertheless, for those with a protracted dying, serial declarations would be more accurate and probably useful to the family, who would then know better when to mourn what losses, when to initiate inheritance and burial procedures, and so forth.
Each company with declarable activities must file two reports annually to the National Authority after the initial declaration.
SIR - Referring to your article (Row as party gets no declarable donations, February 21) it is encouraging to know that we have one successful political party in Wales that is funded by a large number of small donations from a large number of supporters and members.
County council officials have backed him, saying Coun Jackson's interests as a landowner don't constitute a declarable interest.
Nor do they contain any declarable CMRs (carcinogenic, mutagenic and reproductive toxins).
BHA spokesman Paul Struthers said: "Our position is that we would prefer earplugs to be declarable, but the issue we have at the moment is that the last time we made something declarable, which were cheekpieces a number of years ago, that cost somewhere in the region of pounds 20,000 because of the way our database is currently built.
Under the rules "the office accepting the written notice "assumes that no interest is declarable unless the notice clearly indicates a declaration".
This enables its flavourists to create flavours which provide a new level of deliciousness and authenticity in foods without having to rely on the addition of declarable taste enhancers.
Although the law does not require loans to be registered with the Commission as donations are, the treasurers were reminded that preferential-interest rates or flexible repayment conditions - including the prospect that the borrowing may eventually be converted into a gift - could be seen as a declarable benefit.
Last night all party treasurers were reminded that any benefits gained by receiving a loan on non-commercial terms - for instance preferential interest rates, flexible repayment or the prospect of its eventual conversion into a donation - might be declarable.