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France and Laney, for example, added a disclaimer to the start of the documentary stating that some characters had been “digitally disguised” for their protection.
Food52 clearly notes online that the masks “are not a substitute for N95 or surgical-grade masks and they are not FDA approved,” a disclaimer echoed on nearly all of the product pages for these masks.
If we discover that the phone, email or website are no longer active or valid … they will no longer be able to use that disclaimer to run ads about social issues, elections or politics.
If they do not, they will no longer be able to use that disclaimer to run ads about social issues, elections or politics.
Since 2018, Facebook has required all political advertisements to carry a disclaimer that they’re paid for or sponsored.
Even the CFTC is reluctant to embrace the report it commissioned—publishing it with a disclaimer that the report does “not necessarily reflect” the views of the CFTC nor the federal government.
Rosenberg says an easy solution would be to exempt election administrators’ ads from the temporary ban — or to stop counting their ads as political and forcing them to include “Paid for by” disclaimers like ads from campaigns.
With some difficulty Jos explained his mother's disclaimer of the title of Senora, and the choice of names she offered to Ramona.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
Evidently this disclaimer is a pretended one; the preceding stanza and ll.
He wants to get rid of the dust if he can find the true owner, and get a disclaimer of ownership from the gangsters.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY

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