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  • 1Lawyerly — Lawyerlike Law yer*like , Lawyerly Law yer*ly, a. Like, or becoming, a lawyer; as, lawyerlike sagacity. Lawyerly mooting of this point. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2lawyerly — adjective Characteristic of, or suitable to, a lawyer She rewrote the letter to make it sound more lawyerly …

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  • 3lawyerly — lawyer ► NOUN ▪ a person who practises or studies law, especially (in the UK) a solicitor or a barrister or (in the US) an attorney. DERIVATIVES lawyering noun lawyerly adjective …

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  • 4lawyerly — adjective see lawyer …

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  • 5lawyerly — See lawyer. * * * …

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  • 6lawyerly — adj. like a lawyer …

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  • 7lawyerly — law·yer·ly …

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  • 8lawyerly — lē, li adjective : lawyerlike * * * lawˈyerly adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑law …

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  • 9Lawyerlike — Law yer*like , Lawyerly Law yer*ly, a. Like, or becoming, a lawyer; as, lawyerlike sagacity. Lawyerly mooting of this point. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10Legally Blonde (musical) — Infobox Musical name= Legally Blonde caption=Original Broadway production music=Nell Benjamin Laurence O Keefe lyrics=Nell Benjamin Laurence O Keefe book=Heather Hach basis= 2001 film Legally Blonde 2001 novel by Amanda Brown productions= 2007… …

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  • 11Kellogg Switchboard & Supply Company — was a major manufacturer of telephone exchange equipment. It was founded in Chicago, Illinois, by Milo G. Kellogg, an electrical engineer. Along with Western Electric (who supplied the Bell system), Automatic Electric (who supplied General… …

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  • 12legal profession — Introduction       vocation that is based on expertise in the law and in its applications. Although there are other ways of defining the profession, this simple definition may be best, despite the fact that in some countries there are several… …

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  • 13lawyer — noun Date: 14th century one whose profession is to conduct lawsuits for clients or to advise as to legal rights and obligations in other matters • lawyerlike adjective • lawyerly adjective …

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  • 14Legal positivism — is a school of thought in jurisprudence and the philosophy of law. The principal claims of legal positivism are that:* laws are rules made, whether deliberately or unintentionally, by human beings; * there is no inherent or necessary connection… …

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  • 15Originalism — Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States, by Howard Chandler Christy …

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  • 16The Man of Law's Prologue and Tale — The Man of Law s Tale is the fifth of the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, written around 1387. The Man of Law tells a Romance tale of a Christian princess named Custance (or Constance) who is betrothed to the Syrian Sultan on condition that …

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  • 17John G. Roberts — Infobox Chief Justice name = John Glover Roberts, Jr. imagesize = caption = office = 17th Chief Justice of the United States termstart = September 29 2005 termend = nominator = George W. Bush appointer = predecessor = William Rehnquist office2 =… …

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  • 18John Roberts Supreme Court nomination — The Senate hearings on the nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court, began on September 12, 2005, with U.S. Senators posing questions to Roberts, who was nominated by President George W. Bush to fill the vacancy of Chief Justice of the… …

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  • 19Arthur Charles Fox-Davies — (28 February 1871 ndash; 19 May 1928), was a British author on heraldry. By profession, he was a barrister but he also worked as a journalist and novelist.Heraldic writingsFox Davies writing on heraldry is characterised by a passionate attachment …

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  • 20Christopher Yelverton — Sir Christopher Yelverton. Sir Christopher Yelverton (1536–1612) was an English judge and speaker of the House of Commons. Contents 1 Early life …

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