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a person who practices law

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Yet, while Lincoln's lawyerly studies of the military art certainly helped prepare him to lead the military as commander in chief, McPherson takes the position that it was only by rolling up his sleeves and getting his hands dirty that Lincoln developed the skills that made him arguably the greatest "war president" in U.
Bill Doll looks back at a century of lawyerly vanity, and finds that it's not all bad--but too much of it can derail truly effective marketing plans.
Indeed, in each case, Barra carefully lays out with lawyerly calm the protocol for resolving the question and then follows his guidelines to reach what seems to be a perfectly logical conclusion.
Long a lawyerly powerhouse, CLF has reinforced that reputation over the past half-decade.
It's a suffering that nobody, even us Palestinians, can begin to comprehend," he says with quiet, lawyerly persistence.
Spare us also the lawyerly official statements, the propaganda designed to obscure and to mislead (although I suppose we should be grateful for any communication from the club, since you and your executive team are so camera shy).
In his lawyerly way, Edwards has compartmentalized the whole affair down to an irresponsible self-indulgence during a sort of brief moral hiatus, at a time when it did not really matter anyway.
The usual forms are just that: forms -- impersonal, one-size-fits-all, procedural, and lawyerly.
Nathan Zuckerman's] stern, rigorously thought out morality, his lawyerly intensity flood the page.
But the courts are likely to face new versions of the opinion "marketplace" and new pressures to impose lawyerly order on the cacaphony.
It means "now for then" in English, but looks lawyerly in Latin.
The Professor, being a New York Court of Appeals Judges, carries a courtroom demeanor into the classroom, which "imbues" the class with a professional and lawyerly atmosphere.
Note the lawyerly phrase "in anticipation of warming" regarding planting fungicide treated seed.
Relentlessly politically-incorrect, it impressed by its sheer lawyerly reasoning and refreshing polemic skill.