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It's illegal, but it's illegality in a good cause; that's the risk, and my client is prepared to pay for it.
The sale was illegal; you can pay him back his money and force him to give the picture up."
Maybe so, maybe not; but without ever having seen him, and judging only by his illegal and spectacular parentage, I will bet the odds of a bale of hay to a bran mash that he looks it.
The royal policy had long been to weaken, by every means, legal or illegal, the strength of a part of the population which was justly considered as nourishing the most inveterate antipathy to their victor.
You may be sure that no one connected with the Japanese Embassy here would be permitted for one single second to take part in any such illegal act.
Exciting times are the lot of the fish patrol: in its history more than one dead patrolman has marked defeat, and more often dead fishermen across their illegal nets have marked success.
A dispute with the Friends had already led to the beginning of his controversial writing when in 1660 the Restoration rendered preaching by persons outside the communion of the Church of England illegal, and he was arrested and imprisoned in Bedford jail.
did; and to do the business at once an illegal ecclesiastical
We feel that the provisions of the law should be used to send a clear message to such employers who hire illegals.
The illegals landed jobs in 37 NHS Trusts and four police forces.
He revealed that 11 of the illegals caught during raids were also involved in the illegal operation of providing telephone calls in violation of the Telecommunications Regulatory Act.
California's price tag for its 2.55 million illegals, FAIR reports, is $21.8 billion annually.
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