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Treason in the executive branch of the government was estopped.
PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF U. S. GRANT, COMPLETEULYSSES S. GRANT
Retired officers only because officers in active service were estopped from political agitation.
AIRCRAFT AND SUBMARINESWILLIS J. ABBOT.
Before attorning, you may do so; after that you are estopped.
MARY ANERLEYR. D. BLACKMORE
But here her guide flew to her assistance, and estopped further speech.
In rebuking inconstancy she was out of court; she was estopped, as the lawyers call it.
SECOND STRINGANTHONY HOPE
In other words, they are estopped because of their conduct when you purchased the vessel.
COMMERCIAL LAWSAMUEL WILLISTON, RICHARD D. CURRIER, AND RICHARD W. HILL
As no copies of the 1605 or 1609 issues are now extant, it is probable that they also were estopped by the authorities.
SHAKESPEARE'S LOST YEARS IN LONDON, 1586-1592ARTHUR ACHESON
If they had failed at some time to claim this protection, are they to be estopped, in all time to come, from claiming it?
THE LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVISFRANK H. ALFRIEND
His real reason was that he did not desire to be estopped from reiterating the falsehoods he had so boldly proclaimed.
ASSASSINATION OF LINCOLN: A HISTORY OF THE GREAT CONSPIRACYTHOMAS MEALEY HARRIS
Are third persons ever estopped from denying a corporation's legal existence?