en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fictitious_defendants

A fictitious defendant is a person that cannot be identified by the plaintiff before a lawsuit is ... However, the hospital records available to the plaintiff may be limited or unintelligible, and the hospital that does have the records may refuse to ...

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Perhaps another attorney can interpret the question, but without more context I think your question is unanswerable. Perhaps you can re-post ...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/118402/when-is-between-inclusive-and-when-exclusive

There is no rule as to when between can be considered inclusive or ... are the vehicles, river and road: "between" does not include the vehicles, ...

forum.wordreference.com/threads/and-does-1-through-10-inclusive.1120261

6 Oct 2008 ... Does 1-10 might be plaintiffs, they might be defendants, they might be witnesses, they might be descendants unknown of defendants who are ...

stackoverflow.com/questions/4504662/why-does-rangestart-end-not-include-end

Also range(0,n) has a length of n , not n+1 which an inclusive range ... If you want 1-10, the first number you don't want is 11, so it's range(1, 11) ...

stackoverflow.com/questions/39010041/what-is-the-meaning-of-exclusive-and-inclusive-when-describing-number-ranges

i.e n is Included in Inclusive ... In Computer Science, inclusive/exclusive doesn't apply to algorithms, but to a number range ... [1, 10] [1, 10).

www.quora.com/English-Grammar-Does-between-two-numbers-a-and-b-include-a-and-b-themselves

In order to avoid such confusion, though, it is always best to add either the word " inclusive" or "exclusive" after the sentence, such as in "between two numbers a ...

www.quora.com/X-is-the-product-of-the-integers-from-1-to-10-inclusive-If-2-k-is-a-factor-of-X-what-is-the-greatest-possible-value-of-k

May 1, 2017 ... X is the product of the integers from 1 to 10, inclusive. If 2^k is a .... Do you want to read more writing like the stuff you enjoyed above? Please ...

www.quora.com/Find-the-least-number-that-is-divisible-by-all-numbers-between-1-to-10-inclusive-of-1-and-10

-1 is less than any of the integers 1–10, right? ... This does ignore the fact that there are lots of negative numbers that also give a zero remainder in the division,  ...