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As a pleader before juries, however, I doubt whether he would have achieved a great success.
She listening, as women always listen when the pleader is eloquent.
Being solicitous, in particular, to have an eloquent pleader, he carries to the house of the young woman some of his relations.
Whatever you agree with will have the advantage of not coming from one who can be suspected of being a special pleader.
There, trip along, with health upon thy cheek, and hope within thy heart; who can resist so eloquent a pleader?
But one day a trivial case had matched him against a certain eminent pleader, a Goliath in stature and in skill.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
Crtineau-Joly's history was written in great haste; he is often a special pleader, and even Jesuits find him too eulogistic.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
My District's worked by some man at Darjiling, on the strength of a native pleader's false reports.
UNDER THE DEODARSRUDYARD KIPLING
Pliny returned to Rome and began the practise of law, and developed into a special pleader of marked power.
"I will do it for a third," said the other, who was not himself a pleader.

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