Definition: reveal; N. disclosure
Definition: reveal; N. disclosure
Sentences Containing 'disclose'
"With one Justice dissenting, the Supreme Court reversed Harrington's conviction on the ground that the failure to disclose police reports denied defendant a fair trial. The Court ruled that withholding the reports compromised Harrington's defense at trial that he was not the person who shot Mr. Schweer."
2d 1088 (2001), was a federal case decided by United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, on the issue of an individual’s First Amendment right to speak anonymously on the Internet and a private party’s right to disclose the identity of the anonymous Internet user by enforcing a civil subpoena.
A discharge of debts is granted to debtors but can be denied or revoked by the court based on certain misconduct of debtors, including fraudulent actions or failure of a debtor to disclose all assets during a bankruptcy case.
A lawsuit against the prosecutor for failing to disclose exculpatory information was dismissed on grounds of "prosecutorial immunity."
After founding Codenomicon, also PROTOS Test-Suites disclose they are running on top of Codenomicon engine.
Anticipating passing of this bill, however, ISPs such as Bell Sympatico have modified their various policies and agreements to contain language to the effect that they may monitor, investigate, and disclose information to satisfy laws, regulations, or government requests.
Apple didn't disclose in advance what would be announced at the event, but it was widely expected to be a new version of the iPad.
As a private company, Bechtel does not report profits, but does disclose revenue.
At a conference meeting, Abbott admitted not pressing the players to disclose the compensation they received as juniors.
Attempts by Chávez supporters to disclose that Chávez had not resigned, and was being held prisoner, were ignored or cut off.
But though to me and my comrades it had seemed a better plan to send to Majorca for the vessel, as the Moorish lady suggested, we did not dare to oppose him, fearing that if we did not do as he said he would denounce us, and place us in danger of losing all our lives if he were to disclose our dealings with Zoraida, for whose life we would have all given our own.
Canadian authorities and the Federal Court have refused to disclose the case against Charkaoui, relying on provisions in the security certificate process that allow evidence to be kept from the defence and the public.
Circumstances which have been cited by WIPO panels as justification for a finding of reverse domain name hijacking include when the registration of the domain predates any trademark rights of the Complainant, when the complaint has provided no evidence of bad faith registration or use directed towards the Complainant, where the Complainant has used the UDRP as a Plan "B" option to attempt to secure the domain after commercial negotiations have broken off, where the Complainant has attempted to deceive the domain owner or makes misrepresentations or fails to disclose material information to the panel.
cried Caderousse, drawing from his waistcoat an open knife, and striking the count in the breast,``you shall disclose nothing, reverend sir!''
He objected to Justice Hugo Black's failure to disclose his earlier membership in the Ku Klux Klan and promoted the appointment of Jews to the judiciary, notably that of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, a longtime friend.
He went on to say that "serious businessmen interested in profit" are behind the fund but didn't want to disclose their names.
I felt as if I had come into the knowledge of those domestic weaknesses and tendernesses in a sacred confidence, and that to disclose them, even to Steerforth, would be wrong.
In 1993, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Demjanjuk was a victim of fraud on the court, as United States federal government trial lawyers with the Office of Special Investigations had recklessly failed to disclose evidence, and the extradition order previously granted was rescinded.
In 2012, a Viacom executive stated: "I can confirm that we have owned the "Weird Tales" catalog since 2008, but I'm not in a position to disclose what the status of the project is today."
In the article, Prendergast failed to disclose that Microsoft is a founding member of ATL.
In the fall of 2010, Pocklington and the prosecutors agreed to a plea bargain in which he pleaded guilty to perjury and was sentenced to probation and house arrest. On September 19, 2013, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) reported that Pocklington "could be sentenced to up to five years in prison on Friday for breaching the conditions of his release" after Judge Phillips ruled Pocklington had breached the conditions of his probation by failing to disclose tens of thousands of dollars he received from his involvement in several gold-mining businesses.
Logan has Bauer framed for the murder and issues an executive warrant for his arrest. When questioned, Logan claims to have evidence which he will disclose after Bauer is in custody.
Most cabinet ministers refused to disclose their preferences, but there were some exceptions.
Not discovering them, they proceeded to beat the old gentleman to death, but he did not disclose the whereabouts of the boys horses.
Ohio and Virginia are states that have recently passed legislation to allow a new form of representation called "limited service representative" which calls for the real estate practitioner to (i) disclose that the licensee is acting as a limited service representative; (ii) provide a list of the specific services that the licensee will provide to the client; and (iii) provides a list of the specific duties of a standard broker set out in subdivision that the limited service representative will not provide to the client.
On May 14, 2009, Popular Inc was charged for violating the Exchange Act by failing to disclose between January 23, 2008 and January 22, 2009 material adverse facts about Popular’s true financial condition, business and prospects, and paid 37500000 dollars for settlement.
On reaching it he stretched himself upon the grass, and the others did the same, all keeping silence, until the Ragged One, settling himself in his place, said: "If it is your wish, sirs, that I should disclose in a few words the surpassing extent of my misfortunes, you must promise not to break the thread of my sad story with any question or other interruption, for the instant you do so the tale I tell will come to an end."
Others argue that there is a duty to disclose the existence of a "big boy letter" because is strongly suggests that some material non-public information exists, even if its exact nature is unknown, and that the practice, in effect, constitutes insider trading.
Rolls-Royce, as before, refused to disclose overall engine power output, but indicated that there had been an improvement of "perhaps 7%".
Second, it would have allowed law enforcement to compel telephone and internet service providers to disclose subscriber information without a warrant.
She attempts to disclose her affections during a game of cards, but Nicholas doesn't catch her meaning.
She was one of the first celebrities to go public with her breast cancer diagnosis, but did not disclose she was terminally ill.
Some argue that there is no duty to disclose the existence of the letter, because the buyer doesn't have any specific information.
Still, I think it might be better to disclose this to Anselmo.
The beauty displayed here is likely to disclose itself best to those who do not analyse the details, but appreciate the whole interior in its entirety.
The BRTF (Blue Ribbon Task Force) and MPT (Master Plan Team), who were charged with the task of conducting research and establishing a conservation plan, had been executively ordered not to disclose the information it had obtained and produced by order of California Resource Secretary Mike Chrisman.
The company is privately held and does not disclose its sales figures.
The concept of "upfront mortgage brokers" who will fully disclose their compensation can be seen as another example of this broader trend.
The conspiracy was discovered in November 1998, as part of the Master Settlement Agreement between the U.S. tobacco industry and various states' attorneys general. U.S. tobacco companies were compelled to publicly disclose approximately 40 million pages of previously confidential documents.
The court had earlier heard evidence that Pocklington had, over a 19-month period, failed to disclose hundreds of thousands of dollars of consulting fees paid to a company controlled by his wife, Eva.
The disclosure, which resulted in headlines in the media, did not disclose the exact nature of the trading involved, which remains in progress.
The entanglement remained for some time a secret, kept hidden by my cunning precautions, until I perceived that a certain expansion of waist in Antonomasia must before long disclose it, the dread of which made us all there take counsel together, and it was agreed that before the mischief came to light, Don Clavijo should demand Antonomasia as his wife before the Vicar, in virtue of an agreement to marry him made by the princess, and drafted by my wit in such binding terms that the might of Samson could not have broken it.
The GAO audits are reported to the public, but they may not review a bank's monetary policy decisions or disclose them to the public.
The group was criticized for failure to fully disclose its funding.
The Law Society of Upper Canada looked into disciplining Christie for his conduct during the Imre Finta trial. The Society's discipline chair, Harvey Strosberg, declined to issue a complaint against Christie but stressed that Christie's remarks during the trial "clearly disclose that he has crossed the line separating counsel from client: he has made common cause with a small, lunatic, anti-Semitic fringe element in our society.
The plaintiff's challenged the legality of the CGFC's ability to impose its own regulation and claimed that the commission had violated the state's Administrative Procedures Act and the California Environmental Quality Act. As part of administrative state government process, the Game and Fish Commission is required by law to disclose to the public all matters concerning MLPA research, regulation and closures.
The year prior, DHS had abandoned its policy of making employees sign oaths not to disclose information labeled as "sensitive" but unclassified.
These companies have been urged to improve the information they provide to customers before purchase and fully disclose the nature of what they are buying.
``And are they upon such terms as for her to disclose the real truth?
More Vocab Words::: reputed - supposed; Ex. reputed father of the child; V. repute: consider; N. repute: reputation; esteem
::: stentorian - (of the voice) extremely loud; CF. Stentor: a loud herald in the Iliad
::: viscous - (of a liquid) thick and sticky; gluey; viscid; CF. consistency
::: vicarious - experienced as if one were taking part in the experience of another; done by a deputy for other people; acting as a substitute; Ex. vicarious thrill at the movies; Ex. the vicarious sufferings of Christ
::: definitive - most reliable; authorative and complete; that cannot be improved; conclusive; decisive; definite; Ex. definitive decision by the supreme court
::: heresy - opinion contrary to popular belief; opinion contrary to accepted religion; ADJ. heretical; CF. heretic
::: stoop - bend forward and down; lower or debase oneself; fall to a lower standard of behavior by doing something; condescend; Ex. stoop to lying
::: mishap - unfortunate accident
::: incandescent - strikingly bright; shining with intense heat; emitting visible light when heated; Ex. incandescent light bulb; CF. candle
::: assail - assault