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respondents

noun as in accused

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Unlike the Campus Sexual Assault Study, the pool of respondents was national.

In Latin America and Europe, 67 percent of respondents agreed that “gays should be free to live their own lives.”

Those needs varied depending on where respondents were in the kink universe.

A third of respondents offered an opinion, positive or negative, on the act, despite the fact that the law did not exist.

And yet, by 45-37, respondents supported what Obama is doing so far.

The other persons of the Dialogue may be considered under two heads: private friends; the respondents in the argument.

The names of these respondents are set out on a previous page.

The respondents were condemned in the whole costs of the case.

Causes célèbres are to her a staple of conversation, her interest in them varying directly as the number of co-respondents.

We find that it has not been proved that the respondents made payments for the purpose of inciting persons to commit crime.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to respondents, such as: prisoner, defendant, suspect, offender, appellant, and litigant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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