- v. Simple past tense and past participle of summons.
“Meiring denied the commmand cadre had been "summonsed" by”
“Since it had been brought out at the trial that liquor was being sold in the house, Mildred was "summonsed" and paid a fine for selling liquor without a license.”
“As Mildred had been "summonsed" as a principal and not as an employee, this left me still clear of ever having been convicted on this charge.”
“It means precisely that a crime is recorded as “detected”, ONLY if a person has been charged to appear at court, summonsed to appear at court, served a penalty notice or received a caution for that crime. (i think i have covered all eventualities)”
“Nancy Pelosi summonsed demonic power in order to 'herd cats', also known as the House Democratic Caucus.”
“There it remains, a stale unexamined little brain fart until the appropriate hot button word is pressed, until summonsed up by those who instruct them directly or indirectly as to what they should believe. ”
“Mr. Dunn said his organization is also concerned that the data show that only 12.7%, or under 20,000, of the stops resulted in someone being arrested or summonsed.”
“But when he was summonsed to foreclosure court in 2008, he realized his bank wasn't interested in negotiating.”
“Sometimes, through computer error, bureaucratic incompetence, or the mischief of some malevolent planet, Libra gets summonsed to face the tax Gestapo.”
“For three days, she summonsed Anthem execs to testify before state legislators and prove they wouldn't raise premiums, which of course they couldn't do.”
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