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The author has avoided technicalities, and has also resisted the temptation of the psychologist to indulge in metaphysics.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
Came Chicago and the technicalities of ironing out the final details of the contract.
THE WHITE DESERTCOURTNEY RYLEY COOPER
The essential question is not one of hair splitting legal technicalities (applause).
In Rome he first became acquainted with rules and technicalities, in which the merest tyro was before him.
We cannot step aside amid the heat and dust of the conflict between light and darkness, to read lessons upon legal technicalities.
The period of pedantry, of hair-splitting, of slavery to mere technicalities, came very late in Jewish history.
I exclude all the technicalities that I can, but the reader should take note that the tide-table is very important henceforward.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
"Spare us the technicalities, please," Mrs. Gallilee continued, pointing to the documents on the table.
HEART AND SCIENCEWILKIE COLLINS
If there is any bias on the bench that is popularly and justly disliked it is a bias towards formalism and technicalities.
THE LAW AND THE POOREDWARD ABBOTT PARRY
But the company escaped heavy penalties, in the main, by reason of legal technicalities.

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