Deck wanted to see that man, but he persistently kept his body corporate behind the obstruction to his view.
Because, I said, our rulers will often have to practise upon the body corporate with medicines.
The Church, like every body corporate, may alter her laws without changing her identity.
We are a body corporate as well as a collection of individuals.
King Charles the first, created sir Henry Roswell and others, a body corporate and politick.
Each county is a body corporate, with the power to sue or be sued in any court, make contracts, and buy and sell real estate.
"Both equally necessary members of the body corporate," said Henry, whose father had been a cordwainer.
The Association is then a body corporate with all of the rights and privileges of any other organization of that kind.
The chief magistrate of the body corporate of Stratford was in the early charters called the high bailiff.
But the seceders had no legally valid right to form a body corporate.