- n the party who appeals a decision of a lower court
- a of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals)
- Maxim Gorky's life was the irresistible legend: unschooled Volga boatman turned great writer, angry appellant for Red Revolution, friend of Tolstoy and Lenin, humanist who .
- In out of Court, as the appeal proceeded, stalked Lord Kylsant, the appellant, one of the most impressive peers in Britain, a man more than six and a half feet tall, broad in .
- It noted an "elaborately woven web of circumstantial evidence connecting appellant to the crimes and unerringly pointing to his participation in their commission.
- Paul White, Baron Hanningfield in The Press Association
In written argument before the court, Alun Jones QC, for Lord Hanningfield told the judges: "The substantive issue in this appeal is whether the matters under investigation in this trial are, as the appellant contends, 'proceedings in Parliament'....
- Igor Judge in AFP
Whoever raped her -- on these findings, it can't be the appellant,Judge said.
- Ian Binnie in Toronto Star
The police had no greater access in this regard than the public, but their access was no less,said Binnie. "At that point, the appellant had done everything required to rid himself of the contents including whatever private information was...