In his younger years, William is alleged to have liked to jokingly use the line “wanna pull a prince.”
McNamara said investigators determined Nodianos was not present when the alleged assault occurred.
With 15 arrested near the scene of the attack for alleged questioning, students are paying an immediate price.
What exactly is “interesting” about this alleged coincidence?
When she arrived, she says around 10 p.m., she alleged that she was surprised to find no one else there.
It had been alleged that there was no precedent for relieving these people.
Then the young man, to be alone, alleged he had some business engagement.
He had glided back, and was standing at Randal's elbow, pointing out the exact spot where he alleged he had seen the cat.
Merton, oblige me by saying nothing as to the alleged language about Doyle, will you?
Then this charge was dropped, and the next was made, the one about my not reporting the alleged cache at "Cape Thomas Hubbard."
mid-15c., "quoted," past participle adjective from allege. Attested from 1610s in sense of "brought forth in court;" 1670s as "asserted but not proved."
c.1300. It has the form of one French verb and the meaning of another. The form is Anglo-French aleger, Old French eslegier "to clear at law," from Latin ex- "out of" (see ex-) and litigare "bring suit" (see litigate); however eslegier meant "acquit, clear of charges in a lawsuit." It somehow acquired the meaning of French alléguer, from Latin allegare "send for, bring forth, name, produce in evidence," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + legare "to depute, send" (see legate). Related: Alleged; alleging.