defence

the side of a court case which argues that the person charged (called the defendant) is not guilty; the other side to the prosecution

Defence

If the Defendant disputes the claim he/she can forward to the court a defence. This should detail why the claim is disputed and contain evidence to that effect. The Defendant usually has 21 days from the date of issue of the claim to indicate that a defence is to be filed and 28 days to file the defence.

DeFence

deFENCE is an interactive conceptual art project for freedom of cohabitation, designed in such a way as to include each beholder personally. In tradition of Marcel Duchamp, the two main roles of this exhibit are the work itself, and the person watching it. Only here, the subjective role of the beholder is not the only one. They are personally draw...
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Defence

• (n. & v. t.) See Defense. • (n.) The defendant`s answer or plea; an opposing or denial of the truth or validity of the plaintiff`s or prosecutor`s case; the method of proceeding adopted by the defendant to protect himself against the plaintiff`s action. • (n.) That which defends or protects; anything employed to oppose attack, ward...
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defence

demurrer noun a defendant`s answer or plea denying the truth of the charges against him; `he gave evidence for the defense`
Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20974

Defence

[Citizen Military Forces] The Defence (Citizen Military Forces) Act (1943) was federal Australian law passed on 26 January 1943 which extended the area in which the Militia were obliged to serve from Australia and its territories to the South-Western Pacific Zone (SWPZ), a triangle bounded by the equator and the 110th and 159th meridians of...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defence_(Citizen_Military_Forces)_Act_1943

Defence

[Ethiopia] United States Geological Survey, US Department of the Interior. 1946 ...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defence_(Ethiopia)

Defence

[ship] Defence was an American Revolutionary War privateer that was part of the Penobscot Expedition. It was commissioned in New Haven, CT in 1776 as a brig. The ship burned to the waterline and sank. The location of the wreck was discovered in 1972 by the Maine Maritime Academy and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The wreck was s...
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Defence

DeĀ·fence' (de*fĕns') noun & transitive verb See Defense .
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/D/22

Defence

A forcible resistance of an attack by force.
Found on http://www.lectlaw.com/def/d114.htm

Defence

Broadside Ironclad class [UK]
Found on http://www.jedsite.info/index.html

Defence

HMS Defence was a British Tiger Class cruiser of 8000 tons displacement started during the Second World War and launched in 1944. She carried a peace time complement of 796 and a wartime complement of 1000. Four Admiralty 3-drum type boilers provided a top speed of 31.5 knots. Armaments consisted of nine 6-inch guns; ten 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; ...
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defence

In law, collective term for the defendant (the person accused of having committed a crime or wrong) and his or her legal advisors and representatives. It is also the case made in answer to the...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20688

Defence

not being hit by the opponent's offensive actions, either by parrying, avoiding, or moving out of distance
Found on http://www.britishfencing.com/British_Fencing.html?PageID=118

Defence

not being hit by the opponent's offensive actions, either by parrying, avoiding, or moving out of distance
Found on http://www.hpfc.org.uk/glossary.htm

Defence

The act of protecting one's goal area when the opponent has the ball.
Found on http://www.lacrosse2.com/glossary.shtml

Defence

The legal case put forward by a defendant in answer to a claim.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20912

Defence

The statement of the defendant in answer to the plaintiff`s claim.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20921
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