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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Holland wrote, "After testing a wide variety of lists, Tech-Target's marketing team discovered something that would shock many other online marketers focusing on renting big lists at low cost.
There's the New York Times Bestseller List (now apt to carry a religious title or two), the Publishers Weekly Bestseller List (which not only has a separate religious bestseller list now, but breaks that down into evangelical Christian and more mainstream), the online bestseller lists at (which break Catholic "Religion & Spirituality" down into nine subgroups ranging from "New Parish Ministry" to "Self Help"), and the Current Catholic Bestsellers list from the Catholic Book Publishers Association.
Rabelais constructs these lists at variance with contemporary theories, according to his own logical ordering of entries, in which he attempts to be as exhaustive as possible.