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When a case is assigned to appellate judges for adjudication on the merits, they receive not only the parties’ appellate briefs but also the appendix, which contains those portions of the record on appeal that the parties and the court view as necessary for the court to deliver a fully informed ruling. In certain jurisdictions the appendix is known by other names, such as the record excerpts or the reproduced record.

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