She never knew he had guns the year they were known. The definition of trust in U.S. law, as defined by lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary, is as follows: These sample sentences are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “known.” The opinions expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us your feedback. However, if you want to perfect your technique and familiarize yourself with the physical response of a real piano, there is no substitute for weighted keys. His mother and father knew a very good criminal life. The expression of the law refers to the language or structure of a law and thus to the restriction or order it might contain, as used in the sentence used in criminal proceedings, which argues “against the form of the law made and provided for in the present case”. A question of different form from a question of substance — with respect to pleadings, affidavits, indictments and other legal instruments — involves the method, style or form of the relationship with the applicable facts; the choice or arrangement of terms and conditions; and other such matters, without affecting or establishing the essential sufficiency or validity of the instrument. Meadow Mouse knew old Mr. Crow too well to commit to such a solution. Over the course of her life, she says, she has come to know the daily injustices of gender inequality. The aroma is pleasant and sweet and pleasant for those who know little about them.
A man less resourceful than Aristide would have immediately informed the police of his discovery. By all the codes I know, I am a devilishly evil specimen of the genus. A prototype instrument to be used in a legal settlement or judicial proceeding, which contains the most important essential questions, appropriate technical phrases or terms and any additional material necessary to make it officially correct, organized in an appropriate and systematic order and conducive to adaptation to the circumstances of each case. If you haven`t become familiar with the Reinhart-Rogoff saga yet, check out this article by Mike Konczal. As soon as I was more familiar with tweeting as a formal exercise and what to do with it, I at least thought, dived into it. His friend M. Pitot had died recently, but I met many French gentlemen who knew him. Middle English acointet, aqueynted, passé partizip de acoynten, aqueynten, “getting to know” Knowledge or familiarity with a person or thing.