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If she had appeared in an English law court, we should have known more truth than we do.

He remembered the meeting in the law court, and frowned and blushed.

"I am he," said the dignified-looking man, well versed in the habits of the law court.

Go to an English lawyer, and see what an English law court will do for you—and your claim.

To say in a law court that the objection is immaterial is otherwise to say that it is trivial.

An Ursuline convent, built in 1764, serves as htel de ville and law court, and a church of the 14th century is used as a market.

Her acquittal in the law court would be as nothing to her if it must be followed by an avowal of her guilt to her own son!

Aud he handed a printed document, stamped with the official seal of a law court, across the table.

And truly, if a little Latin suffice for a priest, a little wit goes very far in a law court.

In France, audience is the term applied to the sitting of a law court for hearing actions.

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