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LIST. A table of cases arranged for trial or argument; as, the trial list, the argument list. See 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3031.

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Wainwright has also helped steer much of the conservation of Lister's work, which will now be digitised to ensure its long-term preservation.
The series will continue to adapt the stories from Anne Lister's diaries, of which there is a wealth of material to draw from.
Lister Motor Company boss Lawrence Whittaker said: "The noise of the 666hp Lister-tuned V8 is incredible with the roof down and the styling adds real aggression to the looks.
In one of the four rare letters in the archive held at Alexander Ross House, Fort William, Miss Lister writes to her friend in July 1832: "I wish you had more time in Rome, you likely would have more chance of benefiting from Italian skin than English".
Lister told cops he had only sipped from the bottle and started drinking after he got home on September 28 last year.
Patrick's Day and officers recognized Lister when he was stopped.
Her central purpose, however, is to tell the complex story of the production of the Historiae Conchyliorum, and in particular the contribution of Lister's daughters.
Final specifications will be confirmed shortly, say Lister.
"We also have more new models to follow soon, including exciting news on our attempt at creating the world's fastest SUV, which I can announce will be named the Lister LFP."
The "Steps" in Lister Steps stands for "Services, Training, Education, People and Support, and Gaynor explained: "We've been limited by our accommodation (Portakabins on Old School Site, Lister Drive) but this will give us a fantastic opportunity to widen what we do.