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Allegation
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a statement saying that someone has done something wrong or illegal even though this has not been proved There is an allegation that President Obama has not always been truthful allege Claim or ID: 162801 Download Presentation

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allegation

: a statement saying that someone has done something wrong or illegal even though this has not been proved.Slide2

There is an allegation that President

Obama

has not always been truthful.Slide3
Slide4

allege:

Claim or

say

that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically without proof that this is the case

Slide5

Afghan

officials allege that 65 civilians were killed in a US.

military operation.Slide6

East Bay Animal Advocates (EBAA) allege in their pamphlet that the chickens used to produce eggs sold by Lunardi's food chain are kept in small cages, which allows the birds no mobility.Slide7

anguish:

Severe mental or physical pain or suffering

Slide8

He

experienced the

anguish

of divorce after 10 years of marriage.Slide9
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beg:

to ask (someone) to give or do

something :

He begged me for mercy. Sit down, I beg you. Slide11
Slide12

besieged: to

crowd

around or surround Slide13

The army

beseiged

the castle.

Customers have

besieged

the

company

with

questions.Slide14
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judgment:

the ability to

make

a

decision or

form an opinion Slide16

I

will

use

better

judgment

next time so I won't eat 8 pieces of candy in 5 minutes!Slide17
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justified:

To

show

or prove to be just, right, or

validSlide19

The

little boy stole a cookie from his grandma's kitchen but he justified his action by saying he was very hungry.Slide20
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legitimate:

in accordance with established rules, principles, or standards. Slide22

He

was an impostor, and his fake license was not legitimate.Slide23
Slide24

perspective: how a specific person sees something; point of view Slide25

Her

perspective

on the whole situation was completely different from mine.Slide26
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relevant: interesting or relatedSlide28

My comments were not

relevant

because I misunderstood the topic.Slide29
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scrutiny:

close

and

continuous

watching

or

guardingSlide31

Bring

them out into the light and we'll see whose truth withstands

scrutiny

.Slide32
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speculation:

the

contemplation

or

consideration

of

some

subject; guessingSlide34

There

was a lot of speculation in regards to whether he could change his inappropriate behavior.Slide35
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suppose:

to

think

or

hold

as

an

opinion:

What

do

you

suppose

he

will

do?

Slide37

suspect (noun):

a

person

who

is

believed

to

be

guiltySlide38

The

suspect of the crime was the man in the black cloak.

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