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LCJ

abbreviation for LORD CHIEF JUSTICE.
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Thomassen LCJ, Rabolli V, Masschaele K, Alberto G, Tomatis M, Ghiazza M, et al.
Although there is some ambiguity, Campbell LCJ seemed to apply the rule for restraint of trade cases to non-compete agreements and suggesting that they are per se legal.
Morgan LCJ noted the reports of A's positive relationships with the three adopted 'children', in particular her warm relationship with the 19-year-old who suffered from spina bifida, and remarked that 'everyone is agreed that Mr and Mrs S are and should remain important people in A's life'.
A pontuacao final obtida pelos genotipos de Bourbon indica que possuem elevado potencial para a producao de cafes especiais, com destaque para o Bourbon Amarelo LCJ 9 --Instituto Agronomico de Campinas; Bourbon Amarelo --Fazenda Experimental da EPAMIG/Machado, Bourbon Amarelo --Fazenda Bom Jardim e Bourbon Amarelo --Fazenda Boa Vista.
47) See R v Bailey [1956] NI 15, 26 (Lord MacDermott LCJ); R v Kane [1967] NZLR 60, 64 (McCarthy J for North P, Turner and McCarthy JJ); R v Sharpe [1938] 1 All ER 48, 51 (Du Parcq J for Lord Hewart LCJ, Humphreys and Du Parcq J J).
It read: "The LCJ will pile up the case against the deceased, including forensic coincidence and the readiness of local people to remove guns.
BARCELONA, Spain -- Logoscript, a member of LCJ, today announced that it has played a significant role in preparing Microsoft Windows Vista for its worldwide release on January 30th, 2007.
Simoes HG, Asano RY, Sales MM, Browne RAV, Arsa G, Motta-Santos D, Puga GM, Lima LCJ, Campbell CSG, Franco OL.
Members of the LADC and LCJ were deeply involved in commenting on these proposed rule changes.
The appeal was heard by Kerr LCJ, Girvan LJ and Higgins LJ, the first two of whom delivered separate written judgments but the same verdict.
Michael Mansfield, acting for the families asked if before it was written Mr Smith "gleaned from the LCJ that one of his objectives was to pile up the case against the deceased".