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LORD. In England, this is a title of honor. Fortunately in the U. S. no such titles are allowed.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Good-morning, sir," said his lordship, stepping forward in the most urbane manner, and stopping the doctor, with a high-bred resolution impossible to resist, "I greatly fear you find no improvement in the symptoms to-day?"
"You still persist in your lowering treatment of this case of fever?" continued his lordship.
If my late beloved husband had been so fortunate as to know his lordship, how highly he and the Count would have esteemed each other!
At the Count's particular suggestion (so like his lordship's forgiving kindness!), it was arranged that Mrs.
His lordship spoke with extreme feeling and kindness.
Sir Percival seemed to feel the loss of his lordship in various ways, and appeared also, I thought, much depressed and altered by the sickness and sorrow in the house.
The Count and Countess corresponded regularly every morning during his lordship's absence.
His lordship was a married man, he was old enough to be Miss Halcombe's father, and he saw her in the presence of a female relative, Lady Glyde's aunt.
His lordship made all his inquiries by deputy, and remained continually in company with Sir Percival downstairs.
'The language used by the chief justice [of Pakistan] in the [Supreme Judicial] Council's order sadly demonstrates his lordship's bias and prejudice towards him [Justice Isa],' the plea states.
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Summary: Rajasthan [India], July 15 (ANI): Rajasthan High Court on Monday issued a notice requesting the counsels and others to "desist" from addressing the judges as "My Lord" and "Your Lordship".