All the ingenuity of the Jewish legists was directed to the attainment of this end.'
Legists, priests, and princes were to be severely dealt with.
He was the founder and teacher of the body of legists known as 'the jurists of Irk.'
The opinions of the Legists are taken from La Mothe, i. 51, 54.
On this point, economists and legists talk worse than nonsense.
There is a philosophy in the action of these printers, to which neither economists nor legists have ever risen.
Is it not true that legists are governed by caprice in giving and taking away rights?
They are philosophers, orators, and legists, but they are neither practical men nor statesmen.
In the 14th century there first arose an official council, with permanent and paid members, many of whom were legists.
When an ancient ordinance ceased to be of practical value the Jewish legists simply declared that it had fallen into desuetude.