attorney-at-law

[ uh-tur-nee-uh t-law ]SEE DEFINITION OF attorney-at-law
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Jenner Brading, attorney-at-law, lived in a cottage at the edge of the town.

And on state occasions, we are joined by an attorney-at-law who plays the piccolo.

Fyler Dibblee was an attorney-at-law and agent for settlement of the Loyalists.

"Attorney-at-law," Mr. Finch added, lifting his hat politely.

He put up his sign as attorney-at-law, but he got no clients.

An attorney-at-law from New York City presented himself at the convention.

She came to the door at the end of the hall upon which was printed, "John Regis, Attorney-at-law."

Gilbert Warren, attorney-at-law, was seated in his office looking out upon the main street of Gydisdorp.

A big brass plate on the outer door displayed his name: “Mr. Dene, Attorney-at-law.”

We cannot for the small business transactions of life be hunting up the "attorney-at-law" or the village squire.

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