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Affidavit

A statement sworn to be true to the best of the maker's knowledge. An affidavit is notarized to prove its authenticity. A person who knowingly makes a false statement in an affidavit is guilty of perjury.

affidavit

A written statement signed by the person making the statement—the affiant—and sworn to as true and accurate.
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If, on the other hand, we try to constitute memory without the act, we are driven to a content, since we must have something that happens NOW, as opposed to the event which happened in the past.
'consciousness' exist?"* In this essay he explains how what used to be the soul has gradually been refined down to the "transcendental ego," which, he says, "attenuates itself to a thoroughly ghostly condition, being only a name for the fact that the 'content' of experience IS KNOWN.
After mentioning the duality of subject and object, which is supposed to constitute consciousness, he proceeds in italics: "EXPERIENCE, I BELIEVE, HAS NO SUCH INNER DUPLICITY; AND THE SEPARATION OF IT INTO CONSCIOUSNESS AND CONTENT COMES, NOT BY WAY OF SUBTRACTION, BUT BY WAY OF ADDITION"(p.
'consciousness'; while in a different context the same undivided bit of experience plays the part of a thing known, of an objective 'content.' In a word, in one group it figures as a thought, in another group as a thing"(pp.
Because Web site visitors see the home page first, it's vital that you pay attention to content and appearance.
Controlling the FeO content of the slag is key to predictable foaming behavior, he said.
"Friendliness" refers to ease of extracting information from the Web site; "useful to caregivers" and "SNF-related content" assesses the value of the information.
None has had more consumer visibility than blow molding where it has become a strong marketing advantage to have a consumer package fabricated with some content of recycled material.
With many basic skill-training offerings already in place--including product knowledge for salespeople and maintenance manuals for repair staff--NEC University and similar corporate learning centers are reaching up the value chain for more sophisticated e-learning training contents. They now offer experiential strategic marketing simulation training courses in a "blended" format--traditional lecture seminars combined with online computer simulations originally developed at INSEAD in France.
This project found that public librarians needed training to become more comfortable providing health information and a trusted place to turn for health content.
The prominent site map also makes it convenient to overview site contents and jump to selections without paging through menus, and the integrated search tool allows users to find content by keyword.--OED
Especially, as a result of the development of broadband networks, cellular phone networks and wireless networks, a digital content delivery service over the computer network is widely penetrated.