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a person who practices law

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But just below his lawyerly surface, creative juices flow.
With lawyerly precision, Garry guides his reader along steps to overcoming religious doubt in order to make the case that, if we truly seek God, He will make sure we find Him.
But the rest of his 90-minute performance consisted of lawyerly quibbling.
It places burdens primarily on individuals and small companies that don't have sufficient lawyerly infrastructure.
The twin problems of "constitutional evil" and "constitutional tragedy" hover over these explorations, and Balkin is particularly critical of lawyerly ways of thinking which might tend to undermine a popular constitutional faith or resist popular movements to redeem constitutional imperfections.
Vidal had a quality, humor, sorely missing these days among American public intellectuals, for whom earnestness and lawyerly caution has become the norm.
But the mild manner, the precise language, the lawyerly demeanor, and the orderly habits--his desk was always clean--hid a ferocious heart.
All of what MacKay and Panetta said is true, in a lawyerly way.
Mary's power lies not in the text itself, or her clever lawyerly reasoning, but it is really over the text--this element may have helped to relieve anxiety in an increasingly legalistic and textually focused world.
After presenting the scientific case with lawyerly precision, Otto Struve explains, "The important thing, however, is not .
They'll misunderstand and get upset" She explained that the email was too lawyerly and curt.
In her eagerness to play down Stanton's racism, Dudden emphasizes Stanton's lawyerly tendency to argue "in the alternative'--her penchant for trying out different arguments, even conflicting and racist ones, so long as she could gain some ground.
Real estate professionals are astute enough to make a decision when presented with a risk/reward issue; they are not appreciative of protracted lawyerly efforts to cover any conceivable and remote eventuality, which will only unduly prolong the successful consummation of a transaction.
Their lordships having ridden the tiger of lawyerly opinion now find that they cannot get off its back.
Shapiroas lawyerly emphasis on detail and clarity results in repetition of information that may annoy some alert readers.