Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cuboid used by turners for testing the inclination of planes.
“The Court's ruling continues a string of recent cases that put limits on trial-bar marauding, but the dissent by the four liberal Justices all but invites further attempts.”
“If only the Administration could see the issue with the same clarity when the targets of its trial-bar supporters are privately owned companies.”
“Democrats and their union and trial-bar friends clearly know it is.”
“Over the summer, a Web site sponsored by the American Association for Justice, the trial-bar lobby, posted form letters online and urged individuals to write to their local newspapers.”
“Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak announced last week he’s going to challenge Mr. Specter in the 2010 Democratic Senate primary, so the incumbent needs all the trial-bar cash he can carry.”
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