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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fictitious_defendants

A fictitious defendant is a person that cannot be identified by the plaintiff before a lawsuit is ... This article does not cite any sources. ... However, the plaintiff may not, through the action of the fictitious defendants or the other defendants to the ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-does---1-10---mean-in-a-civil-court-proceedin-969100.html

"Doe" defendants 1 through 10 are fictitiously named defendants being dismissed. When all of the "Doe" defendants are being dismissed, it is ...

forum.wordreference.com/threads/1-to-10-1-through-10.2928122

Nov 18, 2014 ... "1 through 10" is a distinctively AE mode of expression. BrE uses "1 to ... "To" has the same ambiguity problem as it does in AE. A BE speaker ...

answers.justia.com/question/2010/10/24/definition-does-1-100-inclusive-726

Oct 24, 2010 ... Does", "John Doe" or "Jane Doe" are placeholder name used in legal actions for people whose true identity is unknown or must be withheld for ...

www.cacd.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Attorney-Guide-To-Adding-Party-Names.pdf

May 1, 2013 ... Does. If the actual identity of a party is unknown, they may be sued as a “Doe” party. Example 1: Does 1 through 10, inclusive. Example 2: John ...

internetslang.com/10-1-meaning-definition.asp

This Internet Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of 10-1 is. The slang word / acronym / abbreviation 10-1 means... . Internet Slang. A list of ...

english.stackexchange.com/q/7871

Saying “between 1 and 10” is somewhat ambiguous; usually people will say “ between 1 and 10 inclusive” or “between 1 and 10 exclusive” to clarify when there ...

www.quora.com/Why-does-10-1-1-10

Increasing the exponent by 1 means you're multiplying the result by 10. ... going up through the exponents is multiplying by the base, going down through the ...

www.quora.com/Why-does-1-0-1-equal-10

To try to explain, I'm going to give you a new way to read fractions. For a/b, say “b of them make a”. For example, 1/3 is “3 of them make 1”, because ...