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- n. Obsolete form of lawyer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A lawyer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of lawyer.
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I don't know about you, but I find my rights more important than spending half an hour at a checkpoint trying to defend them. on 04 / 18 / 2009, -1 / +0and then after his rights were violated he could call his lawer and drop the full force of the law on their asses.
Mysterious "lawer" threatens to sue over Bad Samaritan story
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I did it was originally $400 but my dad a lawer and he negotiated it to $350
One wildlife biolgist; a lawer and owner of a budding guiding service; a corporate lawyer (chair); an owner of a 27,000 acre ranch (apparently not a dude operation but unclear if it is open to public hunting); a retired FedEx executive/outdoors writer.
Bring any errors to the attention of your lawer, who can advise you whether they will help you challenge the foreclosure.
I doubt liberals would elect a military leader instead of a lawer.
These RIAA/MPAA guys and their lawer are fool and have no idea about the risk they are taking at the moment.
‘We will calculate how much music and how many films were shared, how many copies are distributed and the value of this,’ the story has lawer Espen TÃ¸ndel saying, adding:.
If it was not for oj simpson murder case she still be in la as a poor trial lawer.