In one case out of ten thousand it may be a successful experiment.
It would be a disgrace to him to take a case out of Solomon Aram's hands.
Meantime Sally had thought her case out and made up her mind.
"That document throws the case out of court," she said, flatly.
The Society must do everything in its power to keep this case out of court.
He must have snatched the case out of your pocket, sir, and dropped it from the window.
"You seem to be taking this case out of my hands, Knox," he said.
It might be to your advantage if you could settle this case out of court.
George refuses to go on with the case out of some scruple because——'
It is said that it never rains but it pours, and as that was the case out of doors, so it was in.