from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A simplified spelling of
- An obsolete form of plaintiff, plaintive.
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But even that was overturned by the supreme court because they ruled that the plaintif did not have standing to bring the suit.
For all we know, plaintiffs probably assumed their use of the land was in conformance with that plan since both the plaintif and defendant wanted to build a pharmacy there.
Even if the plaintif has a good case, justice may be unaffordable if the attorney's see that they will have a hard job and have to go to court.
July 22, 2008 at 6:50 am yesh. it be darned neer impawsibul to ignoar dat plaintif mrow.
Parce que moi je parle c tout mais je n'ecris pas sur un ton plaintif!
Le mendiant plaintif qui fait pleurer sa voix, 190
Un son vague et plaintif se répand dans les airs ....
This defendent has been at all times willing to give to the plaintif such prices as other undertakers received as satisfactory --
From prostitute to pimp, is the con step from bogus scam plaintif to scum ivy league lawyer.
An absolute travesty, and the plaintif in the case, Jane Roe, later re-canted her testimony saying she lied under oath.
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