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black letter:

see typetype,
for printing, was invented in China (c.1040), using woodblocks. Related devices, such as seals and stamps for making impressions in clay, had been used in ancient times in Babylon and elsewhere.
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retrieval will not only enhance memorization of the quizzed blackletter
(101) Blackletter law required searches to be incident to a "lawful arrest." (102) The issue was, did "lawful" mean in compliance with state law or did it merely mean based on probable cause?
3 (2006) 811-49; Joe Feagin, "Documenting the Costs of Slavery, Segregation and Contemporary Racism: Why Reparations Are in Order for African-Americans," Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 20 (2004) 49-81; Keith N.
perhaps it needs to be included in the blackletter and as a separate
The Letterland characters transform plain blackletter shapes into child-friendly pictograms and they all live in an imaginaryplace called Letterland.
The treatise states the canon in these blackletter terms: "A pronoun, relative pronoun, or demonstrative adjective generally refers to the nearest reasonable antecedent." (64) The problem with that stated rule is that it has little to do with the text at issue in Lockhart.
As regards typography, the first (known) edition of The Schoole was printed almost entirely in blackletter. The Roman typeface is used only for the running heads, the initial letter of each chapter, the initials of the author (F.S.), the year of publication (Anno.
Shaw (Eds.), Blackletter: Type and national identity (pp.
(4) The 1688 printing of the Dissertatio emphasises this movement between languages typographically, alternating between Roman type for Hofer's Latin text, Greek characters when discussing the etymology of nostalgia, and a large, emphatic blackletter for German.
For the titling, the novel uses gothic blackletter font, modeled on the style of fifteenth-century handwriting.
None of the opinions, however, clearly ties either of these theories to the blackletter law of personal jurisdiction.
As every first-year law student learns, it is blackletter law that the "case or controversy" requirement of Article III limits the jurisdiction of federal courts exclusively to parties who can show some injury in-fact.