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“The legisla - ture could not mean, that those attornies who are employed in the public business for the revenue, should be less regularly educated in the knowledge of their business, than those who are employed in private disputes; besides, an attorney in one court may practise in the name ofan attorney of any other.”
“It camefromthe Middle French word Pamphilet, which the Oxford English Dictionary explainswas theFrench title ofan anonymous12th-century comic love poem written in Latin: Pamphilus, seu de Amore Pamphilus: or, On Love.”
“I remain sceptical of the juryverdict anddeeply suspicious of the reasons Rick Perry panicked at the idea ofan honestairing of the evidence pro and con.”
“I wonder if Ms Bruni is a fan ofan author from her adoptive country, Fred Vargas?”
“So in the future you will work freelance as a contractor, as part ofan outsourced team or as an entrepreneur yourself serving a niche audience, centered around the years of experience you have built up.”
“And among the commonest reasons why forgers get busy in the first place is to take full advantage of the excitement arising from the “discovery” ofan object of superabundant rarity.”
“When I contact an author to facilitate the scheduling ofan interview, I need to know a lot.”
“Ateam of young scientists, many ofthem his students, now well-known in their own right, began the long process of reconstructing the first snapshot ofan entire Cambrian seafloor, 505m years old.”
“After the creation ofan independentkingdom in 1932, the land dropped its ancient name.”
“Today we are victorious in blocking the expansion ofan industry that causes the loss of 31 cents out of our every healthcare dollar -- an industry that profits off of our suffering, and puts95%of us at risk of medical bankruptcy should we experience a medical catastrophe.”
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