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" We have therefore thought it right not to shrink from the task of framing these unpleasing but indispensable parts of a code. And we hope that when each of these definitions is followed by a collection of cases falling under it, and of cases which, though... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 74
1857
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1838
...right not to shrink from the task of framing these unpleasing but indispensable parts of a code ; and we hope that when each of these definitions is followed...to the adoption of it, will be readily understood. The illustrations will lead the mind of the student through the same steps by which the minds of those...
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The Preamble

...not to shrink from the task of framing these " unpleasing, but indispensable, parts of a code. And " we hope that when each of these definitions is followed...under it, the definition, and the reasons " which lead to the adoption of it will be readily under" stood. The illustrations will lead the mind of the...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 28

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1848
...not " to shrink from the task of framing these unpleasing, but indispensable parts of " a code ; and we hope that when each of these definitions is followed...to fall under it, do not really fall under it, the definitions and the reasons " which led to the adoption of it will be readily understood. The illustrations...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 13

India - 1850
...not ' to shrink from the task of framing these unpleasing but in' dispensable parts of a Code. And we hope that, when each ' of these definitions is...the adoption of it, will be readily ' understood." In the work of Mr. Harrison, the title of which is prefixed to this article, an analogous plan was...
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The Indian Penal Code (act XLV of 1860): With Notes

India, Sir Walter Morgan, Arthur George Macpherson - Criminal law - 1861 - 520 pages
...same time an authoritative commentary on the text in the shape of Illustrations. If a definition be followed by a collection of cases falling under it and of cases which, though at first they appear to fall under it, do not really fall under it, the definition and the reasons which led...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 17

Law - 1864
...right not to shrink from the task of framing these unpleasing but indispensable parts of a code. And we hope that when each of these definitions is followed...led to the adoption of it will be readily understood The definitions and enacting"" clauses contain the whole law. The 'lustrations make nothing law which...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 116

1864
...of legal principles, would be greatly diminished if each of these definitions and propositions were followed by a collection of cases' falling under it,...under it, do not really fall under it. The definition or proposition and the reason which led to the adoption of it would then be readily understood. Thus...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 116

English literature - 1864
...of legal principles, would be greatly diminished if each of these definitions and propositions were followed by a collection of cases falling under it,...under it, do not really fall under it. The definition or proposition and the reason which led to the adoption of it would then be readily understood. Thus...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 116

English literature - 1864
...of legal principles, would be greatly diminished if each of these definitions and propositions were followed by a collection of cases falling under it,...appear to fall under it, do not really fall under it. Tiie definition or proposition and the reason which led to the adoption of it would then be readily...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 17

Law - 1864
...right not to shrink from the task of framing these unpleasing but indispensable parts of a code. And we hope that when each of these definitions is followed by a collection of cases falling under it, nnd of cases which, though at first sight they appear to fall under it, do not really fall under it,...
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