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  • In which our plucky young hero is cheeky toward His Lordship.

    sirilyan Diary Entry

  • Stoneman by name, with whom His Lordship was well acquainted.

    The Boy Allies with Uncle Sam's Cruisers

  • Expressing astonishment at my refusal to accept counsel -- which was subsequently forced on me -- His Lordship promised to guard my interest on legal points; and guard it he did.

    The Secrets of the German War Office

  • It will be seen that the communication of Messrs. Stinson and Richey, as well as mine, served to impress Lord Sydenham that there was not an identity of interests between the English and Canadian Conferences, as he had supposed, and, as His Lordship said, Her Majesty's Government also supposed.

    The Story of My Life Being Reminiscences of Sixty Years' Public Service in Canada

  • 2005-11-25: In which our plucky young hero is cheeky toward His Lordship.

    sirilyan Diary Entry

  • "attention" seemed so out of place with His Lordship, who was notoriously vain of his name and antecedents.

    Colorado Jim

  • In Nigeria, the dictum of Lord Denning in Macfoy v. UAC, supra, is modified by the dictum of Obaseki, JSC in Military Governor of Lagos State v. Ojukwu, supra, at page 175 lines 35-40 wherein His Lordship said: "The Nigerian Constitution is founded on the rule of law the primary meaning of which is that everything must be done according to law.

    Vanguard News

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