But Schiff said this “has the feeling of a lawyerly kind of argument, to put the best case on a pretty strained legal theory.”
He called his actions “regrettable,” a term that reeked of lawyerly caution.
True to form, her lawyerly instincts have come in handy as she does damage control in the wake of her DUI.
He did, in some lawyerly detail, suggesting the body should be “constituted in law” but not a statutory regulator.
He uses the words “strong suspicion,” lawyerly language he would never use about the date of the Rapture.
Sterber's lawyerly soul was outraged, but he was grimly elated.
among the Jews, was one versed in the laws of Moses, which he expounded in the schools and synagogues (Matt. 22:35; Luke 10:25). The functions of the "lawyer" and "scribe" were identical. (See DOCTOR.)