What the film does allege is that OBI may have purchased mass quantities of aspirin to ship to victims at Goma.
Q: Is she, as her right-wing critics like to allege, utterly humorless?
So she made changes that have transformed the Times online; is that what her critics mean when they allege she was disruptive?
They also allege their children are not in fact siblings, despite having been told they were.
Tihen did allege that Davis had punched White in the nose at the start of the struggle.
Witnesses were prohibited to testify as to common rumor unless they could allege reasons and details.
But, if I do not ask, they may allege, that my not going is owing to myself.
If I am a forger or a friend of forgers, as you allege me to be, then I am unworthy to have served in the uniform of France.
I was deceived: Whatever I might allege, the prohibition remained.
After such terrible accusations, it is time to hear what his patron Casaubon can allege in his defence.
c.1300. It has the form of one French verb and the meaning of another. The form is Anglo-French aleger, Old French eslegier "to clear at law," from Latin ex- "out of" (see ex-) and litigare "bring suit" (see litigate); however eslegier meant "acquit, clear of charges in a lawsuit." It somehow acquired the meaning of French alléguer, from Latin allegare "send for, bring forth, name, produce in evidence," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + legare "to depute, send" (see legate). Related: Alleged; alleging.