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rebuttal

n. evidence introduced to counter, disprove or contradict the opposition's evidence or a presumption, or responsive legal argument.

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In furtherance of the Customary Challenge, the Rebuttal aforesaid stated amongst others that, 'The position of 'Caretaker Chief of Katamansu' is unknown to the Katamansu Royal Family since according to custom and tradition, when a substantive chief becomes incapacitated, it is a Regent who is appointed, through due process, to continue in office as a Chief and his functions entail all the functions if a substantive Chief including the attendance of Traditional Council Meetings.
The intermediate Court of Special Appeals upheld Ford's conviction last December, saying the prosecution's testimonial evidence of Eltahir's peacefulness was permissible "rehabilitation and rebuttal" testimony in response to defense counsel's opening statement.
The rebuttal will be one his first debuts on a national stage.
In that trial--during its rebuttal of Newegg's claims--applicant Schoolhouse Outfitters, an online retailer specializing in school supplies, introduced as expert testimony the findings of its own expert, Eugene Erickson of NERA Economic Consulting.
However, as we stated in our rebuttal, the intention of our position statements is precisely to bring attention to and advocate for harm reduction, both with respect to cannabis and more generally, as a key public health approach to addressing tobacco, alcohol and other substance use.
In highly redacted text, the volume presents the US Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) rebuttal to the Senate Intelligence Committee's majority report regarding the CIA's Rendition, Detention and Interrogation Program, followed by the Committee's minority report.
Rebuttal: Estimates can be challenging for contractors because they cannot see through walls or underground to determine the scope of the project and its costs.
Fannie will offer a formal rebuttal process for appraisers whose work has been identified on the review list and who wish to dispute their listing.
A spokesman of the PM's Office issued a rebuttal giving reference of the news published in daily Dawn by Tariq Naqash dated December 4, 2013 titled 'Kashmir issue can trigger war, says Sharif'.
In a rebuttal session following Yang's speech, the Japanese deputy ambassador to the United Nations, Kazuo Kodama, said, the Senkakus are "clearly an inherent territory of Japan based on historical facts and international law."
Facing fire over a district court ruling that declared a CWG corruption- related charge against her " maintainable", Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit offered a point- wise rebuttal to the accusation.