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- n. surrebutter
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, the plaintiff's evidence submitted to meet the defendant's rebuttal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (law) a pleading by the plaintiff in reply to the defendant's rebutter
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Romney gets "surrebuttal" time — the WSJ transcript has "Sir, rebuttal" — and reels out competing statistics.
He later tweeted this surrebuttal, Still waiting to have my 'Jerry Maguire mission statement moment of deep regret.
After that folks, it's the rebuttal case and then some surrebuttal by the defense which is sure to be brief given their limited funds.
The ladies took the stand for the second time during the surrebuttal and again dumped on Lana shamelessly.
Do you think the defense is going to put up a surrebuttal?
But what kind of Pandora ` s box will that open on surrebuttal?
OPRI: Well, the surrebuttal is going to be witnesses to challenge the rebuttal witnesses.
Before you guys lay a bet, let ` s see how the state ` s rebuttal case goes, because after the rebuttal, there ` s a pretty good possibility there ` s going to be a surrebuttal.
We expected that the defense would then put on a surrebuttal, basically a rebuttal to this tape and the prosecution ` s rebuttal case.
GRACE: Jane Velez-Mitchell, you think there ` s going to be a surrebuttal?
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