matter of record


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matter of record

A recorded or proven fact. His tardiness is a matter of record now, so it will definitely affect his performance review.
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a matter of record

something that is established as a fact through being officially recorded.
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Her grandfather's involvement with the Nazis in Western Ukraine during the Second World War is a matter of record, and by her actions, it seems that the acorn didn't fall far from the tree.
However, solicitor Pearse McDermott said later his client's admissions were a matter of record.
He said that this is matter of record that final approval for the agreement was given by the then federal government , not by him
As a matter of record, the entire sale price was paid by him (partly by borrowing), Ms.
It is also a matter of record that Franklyn Graham is a supporter of the Trump administration as, indeed, President Trump is supportive of Graham's evangelical ministry.
As one of the most-traveled popes, especially over such a short period of time, it is a matter of record that he has never discriminated in his efforts as an honest broker and has felt compelled to serve all of humanity regardless of sect, creed or color.
Now, with his guilt a matter of record, the case will drag on.
November 2, 2016 and this is a matter of record and hundreds of people, including scores of politicians, journalists and media persons, attending the Court on that day may confirm that factual position.
"In view of the number of people asking, let me repeat that my convictions are a matter of record and they do not match those of BJP," he wrote on social media.
"My stance on drugs is a matter of record and was a part of my manifesto when I was seeking election, an election that I won with a significant majority.
But while his quality and vast experience with Pakistan's national team are a matter of record, he insists that it will be the simple attribute of hard graft that underpins his eorts for Warwickshire.
But while his quality and vast experience with Pakistan's national team are a matter of record, he insists it will be the simple attribute of hard graft that underpins his efforts for Warwickshire.
Nupur, on a question asked by additional sessions judge Shyam Lal on Kumar's testimony, said his statements were a matter of record and should be appreciated.
3:13 p.m.: Blue Heron Drive, person complaining about TVS and dirt bikes; logged as a matter of record.
It is a matter of record that the purpose of the amendment was not selfprotection or hunting but military empowerment of the states.