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The Squire of Field Place having thus again given his son an income (revocable at will) of 200l.
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
Every contract on a negotiable note is incomplete and revocable until its delivery.
A man is bound above all things to protect those who depend on him from his own immature or revocable impulses.
ROBERT ELSMEREMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
He would know, presently, when the revocable should have become the irrevocable.
THE PRICEFRANCIS LYNDE
Besides, this part of the agreement was revocable at my pleasure.
FOUR YEARS IN FRANCEHENRY DIGBY BESTE
The exercise of powers that were defined and limited, that were temporary and revocable, called for scrutiny and direct control.
LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
An offer is a revocable and unaccepted communication of willingness to promise.
THE COMMON LAWOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, JR.
There can be no dower in a mere personal privilege, or in a revocable license pertaining to land.
In our lay convent whatever each monk possesses is only a revocable gift by the convent.
In the northeastern, or Frisian portion, however; the grants of land were never in the form of revocable benefices or feuds.

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