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I was once present at a dispute between a layman and a clergyman, upon the subject of dreams.
Lawyers always underestimate the legal knowledge of an intelligent layman.
Of the writers who deal with music from the point of view of the cultivated layman, Aristotle is undoubtedly the most instructive.
They agreed in language too technical for a layman to understand that the cause of Doris' blindness was gradually disappearing.
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The difference between maximum and minimum flow of most of our streams when stated in figures is startling to the layman.
Let us take another mission founded in answer to an appeal from without, and that an appeal from a layman.
In my attempt to please the scholar and the layman, I fear I shall have succeeded in satisfying neither.
The layman, outside his work, sees only the thing itself, when looking at it—the general outline.
A layman is certain to betray himself by using some expression which a lawyer would never employ.
But when a layman ventures to plunge deeply into legal subjects, he is naturally apt to make an exhibition of his incompetence.

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