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[12] Another form of proof is provided by asseveration as in “I did this,” “You told me this,” or “O outrageous crime!” and the like. Every pleading should contain some such asseverations; if it does not, the loss will be considerable. Still asseverations must not be regarded as supports of the first importance, since they can be produced by either party in the same case with the same emphasis.

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