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He replied that he had to see the lawyer on some business.
That was the amount of information that the lawyer carried back with him to the great, dark bed on which he tossed to and fro, until the small hours of the morning began to grow large.
For example, if my neighbour has a mind to my cow, he has a lawyer to prove that he ought to have my cow from me.
"It CAN speak, but it WON'T," explained one of Dolbear's lawyers. It is now generally known that while a Reis machine, when clogged and out of order, would transmit a word or two in an imperfect way, it was built on wrong lines.
"I will stay with pleasure if you desire it," the lawyer answered.
The lips of the lawyer twisted themselves sourly into an ironical smile.
'She looks very ill, poor thing!' In these words the lawyer opened the business of the evening, referring to Mrs.
"What!" said the Lawyer, "you think they can stand work?"
"James of the Glens," says Glenure, musingly; and then to the lawyer: "Is he gathering his people, think ye?"
The lawyer roused his flagging resolution, and spoke to the purpose when he spoke next.
'Governors Both,' returned the man, in what he meant to be a wheedling tone, 'which on you might be Lawyer Lightwood?'
He dragged Szedvilas out from his supper, and together they rushed to consult another lawyer. When they entered his office the lawyer sprang up, for Jurgis looked like a crazy person, with flying hair and bloodshot eyes.