- n. Plural form of complainant.
“Latest in the long list of complainants is the Cyprus government which, according to Reuters has attracted the ire of the EU commission for taxing imported second-hand cars, but not applying the same tax to second-hand cars sold on the island – which were taxed when imported new.”
“After being identified as the complainants, Nurse Mitchell and Nurse Gall were dismissed from their positions.”
“The irony is that that is exactly what the complainants were asking for!”
“There was nothing in the proofs to indicate any intention to put a restraint upon trade or commerce, and the fact, as we have seen that trade or commerce might be indirectly affected was not enough to entitle complainants to a decree. "[”
“Common among the complainants was a poor track record of payment.”
“Although the first names of the Dooleys appear as James and Ellen in the record book, the initial draft of the proceedings (contained in a file folder with the journal) shows that the complainants were actually "Maurice Dooley, Mary his Wife and Step Son.”
“What it meant, however, for other complainants was the fact that from that time the Cabinet would have authority to implement the recommendations of the Ombudsman, and order the Workers 'Compensation Board to pay certain monies out of the Accident Fund.”
“Among the complainants is a former Pakistani vice-consul to Toronto whose name was used to buy a $640,000 home in suburban Newmarket.”
“The complainants were his daughter, aged two to five years, and his son, aged four to seven years.”
“At no time had he received evidence that the complainants were the copyright holders or that they had suffered material damage as a result of Wyatt's alleged actions.”
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