A deposition is sworn testimony taken in an informal setting (no judge or jury) before trial as part of the prediscovery process.
Each species forms distinct patterns of cell deposition within the annual growth rings, and the growth rings themselves are subject to variation through a number of different factors.
Edward V's deposition
pebbles formed by the deposition of calcium in solution
Other evidence for the quick deposition of sediment on organisms as seen in a great catastrophe is provided by the presence of soft-bodied organisms in the fossil record.
He was sullen and evasive in his videotaped deposition for the governments antitrust case and the judge scolded him for lack of candor.
That contradicted her sworn deposition , in which she said board members hadn't named what alternatives should be presented to balance evolutionary theory.
Once in the atmosphere, the distribution and deposition of these substances is a function of prevailing winds and weather patterns.
The factional conflict erupted into Civil War which resulted in Henry's deposition in 1461 when Richard's son inaugurated the reign of the House of York as Edward IV.
Untreated inflammation can result in cataracts, calcium deposition in the cornea, glaucoma and, ultimately, blindness.