leggatt

legget, leggatt

A tool used by reed thatchers to align the reeds.
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Edward Leggatt, an able writer as well as an admirable painter, has exhaustively discussed Charles Strickland's work in a little book[1] which is a charming example of a style, for the most part, less happily cultivated in England than in France.
1] "A Modern Artist: Notes on the Work of Charles Strickland," by Edward Leggatt, A.
Judge Mr Justice Leggatt warned the wins "are likely to affect many of the remaining cases".
Damages were awarded to each of them on Thursday by Mr Justice Leggatt, who ruled they were entitled to compensation under the Human Rights Act.
Mr Justice Leggatt yesterday dismissed Mr Blue's claim as "wishful thinking".
Mr Justice Leggatt analysed evidence at a High Court trial in London and yesterday found in favour of Mr Ashley.
Mr Justice Leggatt is hearing closing arguments from barristers representing Ashley and investment banker Jeffrey Blue at a High Court trial in London.
Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell yesterday told Mr Justice Leggatt how Mr Blue had said he was being paid PS1 million.
In the mix-up that followed in front of goal, Gallacher handled a ball from Leggatt in the area and Glen made no mistake from the spot.
Allowing his appeal, Lady Justice Macur, sitting with Mr Justice Supperstone and Mr Justice Leggatt, said he should have been given credit for his guilty pleas.
Following the High Court's ruling, Mr Justice Leggatt said British courts would be failing in their fundamental duty to uphold the law if they didn't deal with the claims.
Colin Leggatt, of The Original Factory Shop, behind the poll, said: "We all like, and need, to keep a few things to ourselves.