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  • As for her time with the more sea­soned counsel?

    First Look: Jennifer Carpenter on The Good Wife

  • Or at least I intended to, Tasslehoff rea - soned.

    Stalling

  • Beyond workability, the relevant factors in deciding whether to adhere to the principle of stare decisis include the antiquity of the precedent, the reliance interests at stake, and of course whether the decision was well rea-soned.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Supreme Court Overrules Michigan v. Jackson:

  • Give me leave, said Miss Emily, her face crim-soned over with modest gratitude, to say, that I am one, that shall ever have a reverence, superior to my love, for the best of guardians.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Except, of course, the little part about how she poi - soned Connor, then watched him die on the bathroom floor.

    Honeymoon

  • If it were chasing me, I would run this way, Pitrick rea - soned.

    Flint, the King

  • She did not understand, but she had faith in the gods, and so she did what she could to argue against the anger and bitterness that poi - soned so many.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • The lamb was tough and dry, stringy and oversea -, soned, but Cheyne wolfed it down.

    Song of Time

  • The lamb was tough and dry, stringy and oversea -, soned, but Cheyne wolfed it down.

    Song of Time

  • He then bowed before the president, asked for permission to kill his bull, and .. always the shrewd calculator, rea - soned: I'll make the dedication to Ledesma.

    Mexico

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