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SUGGESTION. In its literal sense this word signifies to inform, to insinuate, to instruct, to cause to be remembered, to counsel. In practice it is used to convey the idea of information; as, the defendant suggests the death of one of the plaintiffs. 2 Sell. Pr. 191.
     2. In wills, when suggestions are made to a testator for the purpose of procuring a devise of his property in a particular way, and when such suggestions are false, they generally amount to a fraud. Bac. Ab. Wills, G 3; 5 Toull. n. 706.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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People who had the tag suggestions setting turned off will see a notice about face recognition and a button to turn it on or keep it off.
During the month, supervisors and teams involved in implementing suggestions were recognised for their contributions.
Kasturirangan Committee was put in the public domain a while ago and we have got over 50,000 suggestions in just a month.
Summary: Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) on Sunday announced that it achieved cost savings of Dh20.8 million through its suggestion scheme during the...
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Following this application, the NTC, as per the Public Notice issued on Friday has initiated an inquiry and called upon all such manufacturers to send their views, suggestions and proposals.
Since RERA was launched on 1st of March 2018 one of its key objectives is the delivery of service excellence to a diverse range of stakeholders through its team of professionals who are trained to handle citizens' suggestions and complaints, respond and resolve issues in an effective and efficient manner as well as implement service improvements and enhancements where appropriate.
A better initiative would have been that the Malaysian government could have included suggestions on raising better boys.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook said the establishment of the body was among the suggestions raised in the 'Recommendation Review Panel' (RRP) report which reviewed the Genting Highlands bus accident in August 2013 which took 37 lives.
Tinubu, in a statement on Wednesday, had provided clarifications on his suggestions at a two-day Conflict Resolution Summit, stating that he did not mention South West in particular when he stated that unoccupied, isolated land could be turned into grazing areas in the affected states.