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BILL, TRUE. A true bill is an indictment approved of by a grand jury. Vide Billa Vera; True Bill.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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But since AVA is based on learner outcomes and requires that all campus initiatives are accounted for, it is a truer representation of the real cost of a project or expense in terminology common to the college world.
This information must have been considered by many of my fellow motorists ``that no truer message could be put up in lights'', thereby categorising the same as beware steep hill, deep water, cliff edge, moving parts, thin ice, poisonous reptiles, these animals bite and so on - the list is endless - but at last we now are fully aware where the cyclist stands in the eyes of the authorities, it's official.
They also offer less radial float, allowing the roller to run truer with less wobble.
The Model L employs the vee bearing principle in which the drill acts as its own spindle, running truer than other holding devices such as collets or chucks.
This assures the straight, smooth perpendicular cut essential for proper installation of mechanical belt splicing, longer splice life, and a truer tracking belt.
Which country was President Bush referring to when he said, "America has no truer friend"?
"Our spirituality spills over into our daily and business lives as well," says Paula McCoy-Pinderhughes, BLACK ENTERPRISE small business editor, "and that could not be truer than in the case of Sandra Rozier."
This is likely to be no truer than it was for the telegraph and telephone.
"This fundamentally new approach lets us measure mass instead of light," providing a truer view of the distribution of matter in the universe.
TRUTrack linear actuator has a carrier guided by a linear motion system with ground rails, providing straighter, truer motion.
Incidentally, he believes smaller foundries stand to gain even more as the system allows them to leverage truer market pricing.