Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
The work of practicing law.‘although he holds a law degree, he lets his hired guns do the real lawyering’
- ‘My right to say any of this is not at the mercy of some prosecutor who may or may not decide to prosecute, or whether fancy lawyering lets a wrongdoer go unconvicted.’
- ‘That wasn't the race card; it was good lawyering.’
- ‘Usually, judges want the facts and not a lot of lawyering and let's get to it and let the jury have it.’
- ‘Do-it-yourself lawyering is more than a long tradition in America - it's a Constitutional right.’
- ‘And in the courtroom, I think what we're going see, hopefully, is damn good lawyering.’
- ‘This is about politics, it is not about law, and the less lawyering occurs, the better.’
- ‘And one point no one wants to acknowledge: Bad lawyering can buy you a death sentence.’
- ‘Again, I should say that the lawyering was really good.’
- ‘They don't teach us this at law school as an example of good lawyering, but maybe we're just taught to be too respectable.’
- ‘We might think that legal scholars should have no connection to the practical world of lawyering.’
- ‘Now, I know the technicalities of he doesn't have a presidential appointment and all the lawyering that goes into this.’
- ‘However, much real-life lawyering is done under intense time pressure.’
- ‘His scholarship celebrated good lawyering, which was as uncommon in the legal academy then as it is today.’
- ‘That prompted me to think about ‘virtual lawyering,’ which I do fairly often because I think that it's an inevitable trend for many lawyers.’
- ‘But there's poor lawyering, overzealous prosecutors, tunnel vision for investigators.’
- ‘It's putting lawyering above common sense, which unfortunately happens a lot in this country.’
- ‘Anyone familiar with trial tactics can confirm this was good lawyering.’
- ‘This is not good lawyering, and it's not good public service.’
- ‘It is probably the bit of good lawyering that actually we've gotten to see publicly.’
- ‘I want the cameras to be there to see good lawyering and bad lawyering, good judging and bad judging.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.