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  • adj. Without merit.

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  • adj. without merit


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  • The judge blasted Simon Monday for raising what he called a "meritless" issue that got media attention, saying his involvement in the parents' financial affairs had long been known to their son.

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  • Morgan has called the lawsuit "meritless" and said it "did not know about or in any way become a party to the fraud orchestrated by Bernard Madoff."

    J.P. Morgan Seeks to Move Madoff Trustee's Lawsuit

  • In a statement Thursday, Activision called the claims "meritless" and said its decision was justified.

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  • " The bank said it has shared significant information with the trustee and addressed his questions and would defend itself against Mr. Picard ' s " meritless " and " unfounded claims.

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  • Reps for Travolta -- who has been married to Scientologist Kelly Preston for 13 years -- and the church have called Pattinson's charges 'meritless' and 'hogwash.'

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  • Dish said that NDS is responsible for Dish's attorney fees and that Dish was vindicated on NDS's "meritless" counterclaims.

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  • How can Science reach a "meritless" judgment when judging ID is not "what science is about?"

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  • RBC said in its statement that Mr. O'Connor's allegations are "meritless" and that the bonds in question by Mr. O'Connor can be difficult to value when markets begin gyrating.

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  • NEW:Homeland Security spokesman says countersuit is "meritless"

  • In a statement to CNNMoney, a JPMorgan spokeswoman said the complaint is "meritless" and "based on distortions of both the relevant facts and the governing law."


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