Definitions

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  • abbr. esquire

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Examples

  • Senor Basu will start a new column, and Singh, Esq, is now Da Man at Business Standard, the bloke who decides if your book gets reviewed or not.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • Apparently, Matthew Hope Esq, is not fond of eating regularly, because if you only took on clients you knew were innocent, you’d go hungry a lot.

    The Unicorn in the Courtroom

  • Garrett Sutton, Esq. is a corporate lawyer and author your own society and other titles in the series Rich Dad Advisor.

    Name Series | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • In what looks like it may be a repeat of the RIAA’s litigation against individual music piraters, Eriq Gardner at THR, Esq. is reporting that over 20,000 movie torrent downloaders have been sued recently for copyright infringement by US Copyright Group in Washington D.C. federal court.

    U.S. Copyright Group Sues 20,000 Individual Movie Torrent Downloaders; Lawsuits Targeting 30,000 More Are On The Way | /Film

  • For other works and details, see 'Life of the Rev. Francis Hodgson', by the Rev. James T. Hodgson (1878).]] [Footnote 154: Hewson Clarke, 'Esq'., as it is written.] [Footnote 155: 'T.e Aboriginal Britons', an excellent [ "most excellent" in 'MS.'] poem, by Richards.

    Byron's Poetical Works, Volume 1

  • But before all that happened, in 2010 Singh started her own personal style blog, The Working Girl, Esq., to keep her creative side going while she was working as an attorney.

    Meredith Barnett: The Working Girl, Esq. Lays Down the Law

  • The rear doors opened and out stepped Lloyd Van Der Meer, Assistant Vice President; George Maher, Esq., the bank's attorney; and Dan McMullin, licensed auctioneer.

    Jack Garner, Parsley Farmer

  • Address: T.J. Lloyd Baker Esq,/Revd Mr Rolfs,/Mauldon./or to be opened by any of the family who may be at home the bearer to bring an answer.

    Letter 321

  • As Lawrence S. Lustberg, Esq. of Gibbons P.C., co-counsel representing amici, explains: "the New Jersey Supreme Court has been a national leader in recognizing that when cases raise scientific, medical, or other technical issues, the evaluation of these issues must be informed by existing scientific knowledge, including expert testimony."

    Lynn M. Paltrow: Should Science Matter for Pregnant Women's Health Care and Rights?

  • Yu Esq., and making this book happen; George Pajon, Printz Board, Keith Harris, Nick Lauher, and Bobby Grant for being my distant memory in the compiling of events.

    Fallin’ Up

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