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“Due process of law requires that, at some stage of the [administrative] proceedings, the [person] shall have an opportunity to be heard, of which he must have notice, either personal or by publication, or by a law fixing the time and place of the hearing…..Many requirements essential in strictly judicial proceedings may be dispensed with in proceedings of this nature. But even here a hearing, in its very essence, demands that he who is entitled to it shall have the right to support his allegations by argument, however brief, and, if need be by proof, however informal.” J. Moody, Londoner v. Denver, 210 U.S. 373 (1908).