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  • v. Present participle of implead.


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  • They impleaded their subcontractor who in turn impleaded its subcontractor so that by the time impleading and cross claiming was done, there were six defense counsels on the case.

    A Trillion Dollar Case : Law is Cool

  • Such a plea being like a poor conquered captive's impleading a victorious sword, absolutely senseless and ridiculous; it being certainly absurd to resist, where it is impossible to conquer or escape.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. VI.

  • Court on Wednesday directed impleading the Union Government in a PIL seeking levy of - Articles related to Bombay HC sets aside Narayan Rane's 2007 land order

  • The Judge added: "Since the Attorney General, who is the first defendant, has not supported the impleading of the English sovereign for the purpose of indemnity or otherwise, I would accordingly strike out the name of Her Majesty's Government of Great Britain from the suit."

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  • Some parties from Kerala and Tamil Nadu filed impleading applications seeking modification of the ban.

    The Times of India

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