“The incident justifies the inference that the services of junior counsel to senior barristers -- services at the present time termed 'devilling' -- were formerly remunerated with cash payments.”
“By "devilling" the faculty, college men cemented their loyalty to one another and sorted out who among them was suited to leadership.”
“He had, during the last four years, done a good deal of "devilling"; he had attended at the Old”
“There is the moral charge just mentioned; there is the not yet mentioned charge of plagiarism and "devilling"; and there is the again already mentioned complaint that he is a mere”
“Our class seemed determined to surpass all of its predecessors in annoyances to the Faculty, the derangement and often destruction of college property and the "devilling" of Fresh.”
“Next morning they were astir at an early hour; and, after giving the remains of the gobbler a hurried "devilling," they ate them, and rode off on the back trail.”
“I cannot believe he didn't have somebody or bodies devilling for him in this public international law field.”
“Meanwhile, for many of the rest of us, so used to devilling the advertising world as peddlers of greed and consumerism, it may be time to applaud and commend the bright spots around that we see.”
“You after dare-devilling down the slope: Kids, don't try this at home.”
“He was devilling for Sanders Curry; and it was dreary work, hanging about the Courts all day, waiting.”
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