the facts of the case

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Fain to prove that this work of genius must be referred not to the fourth but to the fifteenth of October- that plan never was or could be executed, for it was quite out of touch with the facts of the case.
I do not know whether I have been what people call a great reader; I cannot claim even to have been a very wise reader; but I have always been conscious of a high purpose to read much more, and more discreetly, than I have ever really done, and probably it is from the vantage-ground of this good intention that I shall sometimes be found writing here rather than from the facts of the case.
But statements and opinions themselves remain unaltered in all respects: it is by the alteration in the facts of the case that the contrary quality comes to be theirs.
Your statements, to put it mildly, are irreconcilable with the facts of the case.
McAdam, and his client, upon hearing the facts of the case, very graciously consented to give back the papers, and to take the money which he had advanced.
The conclusion is obvious enough to anyone who knows the facts of the case.
Then I appeal to Miss Fenwick, if, as you say, she knows all the facts of the case, to say whether it is reasonable to expect a man of my temperament, a nervous, highly-strung artist, to welcome the presence of snakes at the breakfast-table.
The girl described the scene later, with all the passionate realism of her race, and, whether or no the policemen had a similar eye for the picturesque, they had at least an eye for the facts of the case, and were compelled to give up the chase and retire from the scene.
If the facts of the case are correctly stated there is not the slightest doubt about the law.
You see what a miserable plight I am in, but you hardly know anything of the facts of the case as yet.
But even if they had not been fully engaged, together with all my powers of attention in following the facts of the case, I would not have been astonished by his statements about himself.
s attorney says a voluntary manslaughter finding better suits the facts of the case because the boy was provoked by an older, bigger boy, who shoved him at least twice -- and that the Antelope Valley Juvenile Court judge abused his discretion in sending a 13-year-old with no prior criminal record to a California Youth Authority facility.