See also:charge or imputation which .is false . In an
See also:action for
See also:libel, the fact that an
See also:apology has been promptly and fully made is a plea in mitigation of damages . The apology should have the same
See also:form of publicity as the
See also:original charge . If made publicly, the proper form is an advertisement in a newspaper; if made within the
See also:hearing of a few only, a
See also:letter of apology, which may be read to those who have heard what was said, should be sufficient . By the
See also:English Libel
See also:Act 1843; S . 2, it was enacted that in an action for libel contained in a newspaper it is a defence for the
See also:defendant to plead that the libel was inserted without actual malice and without
See also:gross negligence, and that before the commencement of the action and at the earliest opportunity afterwards he inserted in the newspaper a full apology for the libel, or, where the
See also:news-paper in which the libel appeared was published at intervals exceeding one week, he offered to publish the apology in any newspaper selected by the
See also:plaintiff . The apology must be full and must be printed in as conspicuous a place and manner as the libel was . The word " apology " or " apologia " is also used in the sense of defence or vindication, the only meaning of the Greek hiroXoyia, especially of the defence of a
See also:doctrine or
See also:system, or of religious or other beliefs, &c., e.g .
See also:Martyr's Apology or J . H . Newman's Apologia
See also:pro vita sua .
APOLOGUE (from the Gr. &rroXoyos, a statement or ac...
APONEUROSIS (Gr. limb, away, and vei pov, a sinew)
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