18377 examples of the law in sentences

The Law of Death

He can fulfil the law with ease, and earn God with superfluity.

[Sidenote: How the law was carried.]

The whole theme of the play is nothing but the hounding to his end of a luckless youth, who has got on the wrong side of the law, and finds all the forces of society leagued against him.

"That reckoning may not be a severe one; it may be less severe than the law would provide; but it would be a personal reckoning.

You must know, Sir, I am one who live in a continual Apprehension of this sort of People that lye in wait, Day and Night, for our Children, and may be considered as a kind of Kidnappers within the Law.

We should incline to think the slang verb to mosey a mere variety of form, and that its derivation from a certain absconding Mr. Moses (who broke the law of his great namesake through a blind admiration of his example in spoiling the Egyptians) was only a new instance of that tendency to mythologize which is as strong as ever among the uneducated.

First of all, he will employ a panegyric of the framer of it, and the common topic that those who are the judges have no business to consider anything except what is expressly stated in the law; and so much the more if any legal document be brought forward, that is to say, either the law itself, or some portion of the law.

Who is so interested in the framing of the law as woman, whose only defense is the law?

But the technical language of the law runs from his pen as part of his vocabulary and parcel of his thought.

Also an abstract of a supplementary arrangement made in the district of North Carolina in regard to certain surveys to facilitate the execution of the law laying a duty on distilled spirits.

The King would pay him well who put the rogue into the hands of the law.

"Because those not in league with you and your cause would hardly threaten American tourists, in the face of the law.

This conference will consist of the Minister in charge of the Bill, two or three of his colleagues who have special knowledge of the subject, the Permanent Officials, the Parliamentary draftsman, and perhaps one of the Law Officers.

He is represented as going under the royal protection to Palestine to instruct the Judean community, to reform its abuses, and to institute the rule of the law of Moses which he bore in his hand.

SEE Vartanian, P. H. The law of corporations in Tennessee.

Madeline H. Sherwood (W); 15Apr60; R255552. SHIFF, PHILIP R. Restatement of the law of contracts, containing Connecticut annotations.

SEE MCCORMICK, CHARLES T. How to find the law.

Restatement of the law of contracts as adopted and promulgated by the American Law Institute.

Restatement of the law of conflict of laws as adopted and promulgated by the American Law Institute.

A legislature meets before the hatred has had time to cool and the law is changed.

If the evidence of the law codes did not tell us that a Roman population existed, history would record little to indicate its presence.

So firmly seated in the Scotch mind was the belief in witchcraft as a sin and crime, that when the laws against it were repealed in 1736, Scotchmen in the highest stations of church and state remonstrated against the repeal as contrary to the law of God; and William Forbes, in his "Institutes of the Law of Scotland," calls witchcraft "that black art whereby strange and wonderful things are wrought by a power derived from the devil.

Whenever Slippery would spot a policeman ahead of him he would turn into an alley or by-way to avoid passing the guardian of the law.

If any disclaimer or limitation set forth in this agreement violates the law of the state applicable to this agreement, the agreement shall be interpreted to make the maximum disclaimer or limitation permitted by the applicable state law.

18377 examples of  the law  in sentences