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Fitzwilliam was a man of hasty temper, Fitton was said to be vain-glorious and was certainly quarrelsome and litigious.
When any litigious suits fell out, he would always stop them and prevent people's going to law.
Writing about law makes one litigious; so I seize this opportunity for making a few observations on American claims.
But they are judges of the first instance for every kind of litigious or criminal cases.
Other claims have been personal or litigious; these are historic.
This is summed up in the statement that the English accepts the 'litigious' and the French the 'inquisitorial' system.
Whatever the laws may be, they seem to give perfect satisfaction to the inhabitants, who cannot be called a litigious race.
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Wherever they appeared, we are told, countless litigious disputes sprang up.
These people are said to be very litigious and obstinate: constant disputes are taking place respecting their lands.
Indeed, the study of litigious paranoia, more than anything else, illustrates how much method there may really be in madness.

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