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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of article.
- adj. Bound by the articles of an apprenticeship
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- adj. Bound by articles; apprenticed.
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- adj. bound by contract
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Chief Justice McLachlin articled in Edmonton and practiced law in Edmonton, Fort St. John and Vancouver from 1968 to 1971.
I followed the archaic legal practice of being "articled," a word found to have special meaning for a wretch laboring at a pittance.
I might have been seriously annoyed but that one of the clerks - "articled," he called himself -- of our lawyers happened to be by.
Of old, young men put to the learning of any business were "articled" or "indentured" as apprentices to the head of the concern, who was placed _in loco parentis_, being invested both with the authority and with the responsibility of a father.
Trainee lawyers, such as articled clerks, also remain ineligible for jury service.
"articled," he called himself -- of our lawyers happened to be by.
In this articled, I will use Maslow's hierarchy of needs as the foundation of explaining seven steps for walking through a sense of profound spirituality.
The daily rate was set at $12, and the rate a surveyor could charge an articled pupil for instruction was set at $100 a year.
Back then, firms hiring articled students did so with a view to keeping them on after their call.
I also made about 1/3 more in salary than I am as an articled student.