Sue


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Synonyms for Sue

take (someone) to court

Synonyms

  • take (someone) to court
  • prosecute
  • bring an action against (someone)
  • charge
  • summon
  • indict
  • have the law on (someone)
  • prefer charges against (someone)
  • institute legal proceedings against (someone)

Synonyms for Sue

to institute or subject to legal proceedings

to make an earnest or urgent request

to make application to a higher authority, as to a court of law

to bring an appeal or request, for example, to the attention of

Synonyms for Sue

French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857)

Synonyms

institute legal proceedings against

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Two years ago medics needed to issue a baby with two units of blood over successive days and without the donations from Sue, the tiny patient might not have survived.
"The role at Kinchbus will give Sue the opportunity to excel.
Sue is a gold Duke of Edinburgh Award holder and the recipient of a long service award from the organisation.
Sue said:"On Christmas Day we received a call from a family whose child had died.
Sue has passed the trusteeship baton to a number of existing and new members of the Law Debenture team.
Tragically, Sue died on June 13, aged 47 - just days after returning from a poignant trip to Lourdes with her parents Helen and John, to celebrate John's 70th birthday.
'Matt showed up down the pub the other night,' Sue said.
Sue and Elizabeth stayed with their paternal grandparents in the little village of Richmond while their parents found work and resettled in London.
| My Name Is Sue is at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe from August 12 to 26.
It was only one Thursday evening two years ago as she went to work that Sue had a call from Kevin warning her that doctors were about to ring.
WHEN solicitor Sue Hunter started going to the gym, she hoped her new fitness routine would improve her health - but she never imagined it would save her life.
By her second semester of college, in the spring of 2008, Sue Christian was about as tired as she'd ever been in her 40 years.
With the conditions tough from the word go, the scores were high-producing a real nip and tuck tournament that was not decided until Sue Kosniowski's brilliant nett 75 in the final round as Atherstone swept to the peak of the leaderboard to claim the Daisy Hartshill Cup with a total of 405, edging out the hosts Harbourne and Edgbaston by three shots.
WNA's 27 year-plus employee, Sue Carter, is retiring.