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Parthian shot, a priori principle, account, account rendered, accounting, accounts, acquaintance, acta, address, admission, affidavit, affirmance, affirmation, allegation, anacrusis, announcement, annual, annunciation, answer, apostrophe, apriorism, articulation, assertion, asseveration, assumed position, assumption, attest, attestation, averment, avouchment, avowal, axiom, basis, bass passage, bill, bill of account, bill of complaint, bill of fare, bill of lading, blue book, body count, books, bourdon, bridge, brief, briefing, bulletin, bulletin board, burden, cadence, capitulation, carte, categorical proposition, census, census report, check, chorus, circular, claim, coda, comment, communication, communique, complaint, compurgation, conclusion, count, crack, creed, data, datum, declaration, deposition, description, development, dictum, directory, disclosure, dispatch, division, dun, edict, election returns, encyclical, enlightenment, enunciation, evidence, exclamation, exposition, expression, facts, factual information, familiarization, figure, first principles, folderol, foundation, gen, general information, greeting, ground, guidebook, handout, hard information, harmonic close, head count, hypothesis, hypothesis ad hoc, incidental information, info, information, instruction, instrument in proof, intelligence, interjection, interlude, intermezzo, introductory phrase, inventory, invoice, ipse dixit, itemized bill, knowledge, ledger, legal evidence, lemma, libel, light, major premise, manifest, manifesto, measure, mention, menu, message, minor premise, minutes, movement, musical phrase, musical sentence, narratio, narrative, nolle prosequi, nonsuit, nose count, note, notice, notification, observation, ornament, part, passage, period, philosopheme, philosophical proposition, phrase, position, position paper, positive declaration, postulate, postulation, postulatum, predicate, predication, premise, presentation, presentment, presupposition, proceedings, proclamation, profession, program, programma, promotional material, pronouncement, pronunciamento, proof, proposition, propositional function, protest, protestation, public notice, publication, publicity, question, recapitulation, recital, reckoning, recount, recounting, reflection, refrain, rehearsal, release, remark, repertory, report, resolution, response, returns, ritornello, say, say-so, saying, score, section, sentence, sidelight, stance, stand, stanza, statement of facts, strain, subjoinder, summary, summation, summing, summing up, sumption, supposal, sworn evidence, sworn statement, sworn testimony, tab, tailpiece, tally, testimonial, testimonium, testimony, the dope, the goods, the know, the record, the scoop, theorem, thesis, thought, transactions, transmission, truth table, truth-function, truth-value, tutti, tutti passage, ukase, utterance, variation, vent, verbalization, verse, vocalization, voice, vouch, white book, white paper, witness, word, yearbook

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