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Initially, litigants hired expert help to present their evidence; later, nascent sciences or pseudosciences, seeking public legitimation, sought to obtrude themselves on the legal process.
He is not to obtrude his opinion unless it is invited, but when it is needed he must give it with complete honesty and candour.
Some encounters obtrude into the routine, like when we get a ticket for running a red light when no one was around but the camera.
Women scarcely obtrude on the book, either in considering labour or anti-slavery, and gender is still less present.
It began: "It is seldom we have occasion to obtrude our personal matters on the attention of our readers."
Upon his gentlemanly presence the eventual blood and tears do not obtrude themselves.
It is only the aggressive ones who are ever on the lookout for trouble, who wish to obtrude where they are not welcome." "The West Ordinance," editorial in the Baltimore Sun, April 7, 1911, p.
In Pound's case, however, the translator's personality does not obtrude in the poem; he rather puts on one of his numerous personae.
The freedom of motion provided for is precisely what is needed in everyday practice, in which awareness of the larger picture should remain in the background and not obtrude on the treatment of isolated instances of banal illness.
Any supports that obtrude are quickly passed by the tool opening and lifting its magnetic yokes and lowering them again.
What we've created is a building that everyone notices, but that doesn't obtrude, but complements the surrounding architecture.