Insinuation


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INSINUATION, civil law. The transcription of an act on the public registers, like our recording of deeds. It was not necessary in any other alienation, but that appropriated to the purpose of donation. Inst. 2, 7, 2; Poth. Traite des Donations, entre vifs, sect. 2, art. 3, Sec. 3; Encyclopedie; 8 Toull. n. 198.

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And with the travelling Blues fans disgracing their club with insinuations about Anton Ferdinand on the day the Metropolitan Police announced they were formally investigating what John Terry said to the QPR defender, the heat is rising on Villas-Boas.
Jimi Agbaje, on Wednesday insisted that he remains in the party fold, describing insinuations that he had defected to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as concoctions of a sick mind.
Almeida operates through suggestion and insinuation, evoking feelings--love, pleasure, suffering, pain, communion with nature, the fear of death --but never burdening them with commentary.
In a statement, members of the Makabayan bloc called Alvarez's insinuation that the militant solons are benefiting from the New People's Army's revolutionary taxation "malicious and dangerous red-tagging.
How very curious, then, when a "focus" newsletter is distributed in Kensington from the local Lib/Dem councillor telling residents that the threat of demolition has been successfully thwarted, and the insinuation made that it is all due to the efforts of himself and his party.
She seems to be coming around to the abstractionists' insinuation that a painting without fixed imagery, while open to figurative suggestions, might allow for even more ways in.
Puyat, the undersecretary for administration and finance, said his resignation on May 1 was a personal decision and not a result of the malicious insinuation against him.
And while they mark the picture plane, these oak- leaf icons also fuse a heraldic fleur-de-lys aspect with that of a sci-fi alien-spore invasion, altering the Romantic atmosphere of the landscape with a vaguely ominous contemporary insinuation.
In a statement Monday night issued and signed by the party spokesman, Lanre Isa-Onilu, he accused a section of thr media of petty insinuation as he claimed that Comrade Oshiomhole's remarks was twisted to 'suit a jaundiced narrative.'
What the Germans are currently doing in fashion photography - Lesbian insinuation, nudity for dress, an exploding eyelash - is neither new nor alien, nor alienating.
Efforts to get Phlex's reaction to the insinuation proved abortive as the singer's management headed by Oyin Ameen said they would not want to be dragged into the matter.
Guevarra dispelled Lim's insinuation that the public indignation triggered by the dismissal of the case had prompted Aguirre to create a new panel of state prosecutors to handle the reinvestigation.