See also:solemn assertion in opposition to some one or something, and thus generally any
See also:counter-statement or defence, a reply to a question or objection, or a correct solution of a problem . In
See also:law, the " answer " in pleadings was, previous to the Judicature Acts 1873-1875, the statement of defence, especially as regards the facts and not the law . Its place is now taken by a " statement of defence." " Answer " is the
See also:term still applied in
See also:divorce proceedings to the reply of the respondent (see
See also:PLEADING) . The famous Latin ResponsaPrudentum (" answers of the learned") were the accumulated views of many successive generations of
See also:Roman lawyers, a
See also:body of legal opinion which gradually became authoritative . In
See also:music a n " answer " is the technical name in counterpoint for the repetition by one
See also:part or instrument of a theme proposed by another .
ANSTRUTHER (locally pronounced Anster)
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