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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of nonsuit.


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  • “The total number of individuals nonsuited is 253 (including the 26 disputed minors),” Crimmins told the Deseret News.

    253 FLDS children now dropped from YFZ custody battle

  • Meanwhile, CPS confirmed to the Deseret News that it nonsuited four children on Friday, in addition to Jeffs.

    Case involving daughter of jailed polygamist sect leader dropped

  • “We have nonsuited (dismissed) cases when we believe that parents or family members have taken steps to protect the children from future abuse or neglect,” said Patrick Crimmins, CPS spokesman.

    Case involving daughter of jailed polygamist sect leader dropped

  • Bridal Expo nonsuited the state case and sued in federal court, using the same claims along with a Lanham Act false advertising claim and a Computer Fraud and Abuse Act claim.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Texas Child Protective Services spokesman Patrick Crimmins confirmed 56 more children from the Utah-based polygamous sect were nonsuited in a San Angelo court on Thursday.

    253 FLDS children now dropped from YFZ custody battle

  • Texas has nonsuited 315 cases to date, which includes 26 women the state initially alleged were minors.

    Counseling urged for FLDS children

  • In short, the attorney was nonsuited, to the satisfaction of all who knew him, and found himself under the necessity of proving that he had received, in course of post, the letter which was declared in court a scandalous forgery, in order to prevent an indictment with which he vas threatened by the commodore, who little dreamt that the whole affair had been planned and executed by Peregrine and his associates.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • This seasonable supply enabled our hero to stand trial with his adversary, who was nonsuited, and also to mend his external appearance, which of late had not been extremely magnificent.

    The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom

  • Judge failing in plea for his own defence, was often nonsuited by lack of answer; yet he wanted not good wines, drugs, and all sorts of restoratives to comfort the heart, and encrease good blood: but all availed not.

    The Decameron

  • The ancient dame seeing herself so rudely nonsuited, went off screaming revenge; and although she had not had a tooth in her head for twenty long years, she noised about town that Mr. Leyton had knocked two of her teeth out, and importuned the Governor to obtain her some pecuniary indemnification.

    Travels in Morocco


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