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  • n. Plural form of legman.


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  • Apprenticeship was useful to everybody: to the clerks, who picked up some knowledge of law, at least by osmosis; and to the lawyers, who in the days before telephones, typewriters, word processors, Xerox machines and the like needed copyists and legmen badly.

    A History of American Law

  • Hired us, hired accountants, hired all sorts of legmen, even went up there himself.

    Murder to Go

  • He had a couple of his legmen and assistants here with portable ra'dios, and as fast as we bring some punk in, they call somebody at Central Courts and he gets a writ; order to show grounds for suspi-cion.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Sphabron Larv, one of his young legmen, was in altercation across the counter-desk with Varkar Klav, the Deputy Claims Agent on duty at the time.

    Time Crime

  • The letter, introduced by career Israeli legmen, Mark Kirk and Steve Israel also informs the White House that "We must seek to support stronger multilateral efforts to disarm Hezbollah and clear southern Lebanon of Iranian weapons," despite the fact that international lawyers at the US Library of Congress Research Service recognize that the new Lebanese government's acceptance of Resistance arms moots certain provisions of UNSRC 1701, and 1559.


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