Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- ‘He (she) speaks’: in plays, a stage direction indicating that the person named enters and speaks: as, Enter Marlitt, loquitur. Abbreviated loq.
“Res ipsa loquitur is Latin for "the thing speaks for itself.”
“Res ipsa loquitur is a phrase that, perhaps because it is in Latin, has taken on its own mystique, although it is nothing more than a brand of circumstantial evidence [FN14].”
“Yesterday's term was res ipsa loquitur, which is defined as:”
“I've wracked my brain for possible defenses—assumption of risk,res ipsa loquitur,insanity—but I think the best I'm gonna be able to get for the big bird is to settle out of court.”
“- Echidne Of The Snakes: res ipsa loquitur looks at the news media looking at Hillary Clinton.”
“Res ipsa loquitur, then -- but by all means avail yourselves of the combox.”
“Res ipsa loquitur, so I for one have nothing to add -- except to point out the colossal ignorance of the blogger with respect to therapeutic clowning.”
“I would make the customary MSM/NYT trashy remark here, but, as we lawyers say, res ipsa loquitur.”
“The questions answers itself, res ipsa loquitur as the lawyers say.”
“There's a saying in Latin – res ipsa loquitur – 'the thing speaks for itself,'" Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany told reporters Sunday at Ford Field.”
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