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Allegation

In law, a claim that a party to a proceeding makes and states that he/she is able to prove. For example, one may allege in a lawsuit that another party has committed fraud. If the second party is found liable for fraud, one is said to have proven one's allegation.
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Wallpaper, coffee and an orchid plant were allegedly stolen from B&M in Dundas Arcade, Middlesbrough, on August 28 at 3.
The accused then allegedly slapped her on the face and attacked her with an "electroshock device".
20pm a male offender allegedly entered the Aloft Hotel on North John Street, stole money from behind the counter and shouted abuse at staff.
The men allegedly stole SR148,000 in cash and goods worth SR50,000.
Amaniampong allegedly got a butcher knife and attempted to stab the pet, she wrote.
After drawing a blank, investigators allegedly resorted to torture.
sought help from the police after the man allegedly ended their relationship.
The cricket lads won because of the - allegedly - extra effort and skill needed in - allegedly - remembering how many - allegedly - no-balls had been bowled and how many - allegedly - were still needed to - allegedly - fulfil the current order.
SEARCH GOES ON: Armed police enter a property in the North Kenton area of Newcastle in the search for Raoul Moat (inset), who allegedly shot his ex-girlfriend and killed her partner
On Friday Durham Prison passed on the warning and on Saturday Moat allegedly shot Ms Stobbart then killed her boyfriend Chris Brown and went on the run, the next day allegedly shooting Pc David Rathband.
The Bahraini girl allegedly agreed that he picked her up after her father dropped her off to school, according to court documents.
After an argument between two groups of men escalated, and one man was allegedly assaulted, BTP officers boarded the train at Dunbar and arrested three men for public order offences.