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ADVOCATUS. A pleader, a narrator. Bract. 412 a, 372 b.

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Today, the law firm boasts 50 associates and is the only Austrian lawyer's office in the AVRIO - Advocati European Law Firms Association - of which it has been a member since 1999.
Blackstone explained in his Commentaries, that the Attorney and Solicitor-General "answer in some measure to the advocates of the revenue, advocati fisci, among the Romans.
Ephraim Nazius, in his student dissertation De Conscientia advocati (1677), discussed the external and internal qualities an advocate should possess.
Nazius, Dissertatio de Conscientia advocati quam ex autoritate et consensu magnifici j[uris]c[onsul]torum ordinis in academia viadrina (Frankfurt, 1677), p.
etsi rustico mulierique placebat permutatio, advocati tamen [iam pene] nocturni, qui volebant pallium lucri facere, flagitabant uti apud se utraque deponerentur ac postero die iudex querellam inspiceret.
Although we might expect the farmer and his wife to have made plain their eagerness, the advocati nocturni would surely have tried to hide their desire to profit on the scuffle.
Skeptics and advocati diaboli may retort that this is a nice story but hardly a proof.
Skeptics and advocati diaboli dismiss premises that do not meet infallibilist standards.
difenditori col verbo sono advocati, i quali mi sono sospetti, perocche pecunia obediunt omnia.
19) "Christus inquit (Diabolus) amator unitatis est", from the Donatist tract Passio Donati et Advocati III (PL 8.
Count Warin of Rosnay, whose family had long called themselves advocati of Montier-en-Der,(37) granted some of the monks' own property to the monastery of Cluny instead.
BARN BRISSONII in Sanctiori Praetorio Consilliarii, tunc Regii in Senatu Parisiensi Advocati, nunc vero in eodem Senatu Praesidis, PULEX" ("The FLEA of CL.