"Mr. Cherry was so upset that I heard him outside my trailer talking about something," Sheridan said in a declaration.
Thanks to that meddling Franklin and the other editors, Jefferson thought his declaration had been “mangled.”
The declaration said supporters would start a “new war in defense of the revolution.”
Adams thought that was the decisive moment, and the subsequent debate over the language of the declaration was a mere epilogue.
A growing chorus of religious scholars is objecting to their declaration of a caliphate straddling Iraq and Syria.
If not sufficiently definite the declaration is sent back by the Court for amendment.
Mr. Mayor was therefore informed that the declaration would not be read.
I am not offended by your declaration: I recognize your right to make it.
The declaration, simple as it was, aroused the official to new indignation.
He demanded to be permitted to make a solemn affirmation or declaration of allegiance, instead of taking the usual oath.
mid-14c., "action of stating," from Old French declaration, from Latin declarationem (nominative declaratio), noun of action from past participle stem of declarare (see declare). Meaning "proclamation, public statement" is from 1650s. Declaration of independence is recorded from 1776 (the one by the British American colonies seems to be the first so called; though the phrase is not in the document itself, it was titled that from the first in the press).