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venue

Law
a. the place in which a cause of action arises
b. the place fixed for the trial of a cause
c. the locality from which the jurors must be summoned to try a particular cause
References in classic literature ?
Don't sauce ME, in the wicious pride of your youth,' Mr Venus retorts pathetically.
To which Mr Venus only replies, shaking his shock of dusty hair, and winking his weak eyes, 'Don't sauce ME, in the wicious pride of your youth; don't hit ME, because you see I'm down.
sighs Mr Venus, heavily, snuffing the candle, 'the world that appeared so flowery has ceased to blow
Having so held and waved the candle as that all these heterogeneous objects seemed to come forward obediently when they were named, and then retire again, Mr Venus despondently repeats, 'Oh dear me, dear me
Well,' replies Venus, blowing his tea: his head and face peering out of the darkness, over the smoke of it, as if he were modernizing the old original rise in his family: 'you were one of a warious lot, and I don't know.
Well,' replies Venus, still blowing his tea, 'I'm not prepared, at a moment's notice, to tell you, Mr Wegg.
Not for miscellaneous working in, I grant you, Mr Wegg; but you might turn out valuable yet, as a--' here Mr Venus takes a gulp of tea, so hot that it makes him choke, and sets his weak eyes watering; 'as a Monstrosity, if you'll excuse me.
I think you know me, Mr Venus, and I think you know I never bargain.
Mr Venus takes gulps of hot tea, shutting his eyes at every gulp, and opening them again in a spasmodic manner; but does not commit himself to assent.
Mr Venus thus delivers hmself, his right hand extended, his smoking saucer in his left hand, protesting as though he were going to burst into a flood of tears.
That ain't a state of things to make you low, Mr Venus.
Silas receives one from his hand, which Venus takes from a wonderful litter in a drawer, and putting on his spectacles, reads: