statement of the case

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I felt that this was a good statement of the case, and told him so.
Tulliver's views concerning it throughout the entire circle of his connections would necessarily take time; and at the beginning of February, when Tom was going to school again, there were scarcely any new items to be detected in his father's statement of the case against Pivart, or any more specific indication of the measures he was bent on taking against that rash contravener of the principle that water was water.
This statement of the case left Hardyman no alternative.
The scrapes of the bad boys make up the rest of the story, and it is for those you read these books, I think," answered his mother, stroking back the hair off the honest little face that looked rather abashed at this true statement of the case.
Although Miss Halcombe did not seem to be convinced, she evidently felt that the schoolmaster's statement of the case was too sensible to be openly combated.
Permit me to begin by admitting your statement of the case as a perfectly correct one.
There is something still wanting to make Sir Patrick's statement of the case complete," he said.
It is useless to tell her she is man's victim, that she is his plaything, that she is cheated, down-trodden, kept under, laughed at, shabbily treated in every way--that is not a true statement of the case.
Minchin called, asked him to see her then and there, and to give her a certificate for the Infirmary; whereupon after examination he wrote a statement of the case as one of tumor, and recommended the bearer Nancy Nash as an out-patient.
It is hardly an exact statement of the case," said the prince in reply.
Especially in civil cases, a brief now frequently contains an introduction that is as long or longer than the statement of the case or the statement of the facts.
PDI and the IADC adopt by reference the Statement of the Case set forth in the Brief for Appellant.

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