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ad·ver·sar·y (dvr-sr)n. pl. ad·ver·sar·ies1. An opponent; an enemy. 2. Adversary The Devil; Satan. Often used with the

And remember, the adversary of one party is the adversary of the other party! The term can be applied to each side, relevant to the other.

In virtually all matters, each party is responsible for advancing their own position, by proceeding with whatever action is required. (No, you wouldn't rely on your adversary....that is the one who you do it for you).

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