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EXPERTS. From the Latin experti,which signifies, instructed by experience. Persons who are selected by the courts or the parties in a cause on account of their knowledge or skill, to examine, estimate, and ascertain things, and make a report of their opinions. Merl. Repert. mot Expert; 2 Lois des Batimens, 253; 2 N. S. 1 5 N.. S. 557; 3 L. R. 350; 11 L. R. 314 11 S. & R. 336; Ray. Med. Jur. Prel. Views, Sec. 29; 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3208.

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My men had orders to strike across country, avoiding roads, and establishing connection with any considerable towns whose lights betrayed their pres- ence, and leaving experts in charge.
He put trusted agents to work on the heels of great experts, and on the creeks where they began to buy he likewise bought.
This he did in spite of a bombardment of explosions from leaky gas- pipes, and with a woeful lack of experts and standard materials.
The foreign visitors, especially the mining experts, were in the wildest doubt and excitement, as well as many important Prussian officials, and it soon began to be clear that the scheme for finding the treasure bulked much bigger in the business than people had supposed.
That less expert mortals should require fuller indications was beyond Sweet's patience.
Aristotle's Politics, then, is a handbook for the legislator, the expert who is to be called in when a state wants help.
The women are equally expert with the men in managing the canoe, and generally take the helm.
It is a very cold scent upon which the Metropolitan expert is generally asked to run.
"I presume you will send out an expert to the mine first?" Aynesworth said.
She did not have the expert's eye for the depth of chest, the wide nostrils, the recuperative lungs, and the muscles under their satin sheaths-- crypts of energy wherein lurked the chemistry of destruction.
Expert and reliable packers and movers were engaged to convey the furniture, carpets, pictures --everything movable, in short--to places of security.
The viceroy attended us closely with his little army, but had been probably not much more secure than we, his force consisting only of foot, and the Galles entirely of horse, a service at which they are very expert. Our apprehensions at last proved to be needless, for the troops we saw were of a nation at that time in alliance with the Abyssins.

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