Definition of Attorneyships

1. Noun. (plural of attorneyship) ¹



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Definition of Attorneyships

1. attorneyship [n] - See also: attorneyship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Attorneyships

attorney's liens
attorney's work product
attorney-client privilege
attorney-client relation
attorney-in-fact
attorney general
attorney of record
attorneyism
attorneyisms
attorneys
attorneys-in-fact
attorneys fees
attorneys general
attorneys of record
attorneyship
attorneyships (current term)
attornies
attorning
attornment
attornments
attorns
attorny
attosecond
attoseconds
attowatt
attowatts
attr
attract mode
attract modes

Literary usage of Attorneyships

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1. Decisions of the Department of the Interior in Appealed Pension and Bounty by United States Dept. of the Interior, United States Board of Pension Appeals (1904)
"The power is limited to and designed for a purpose, and the principles of law applicable to agencies are applicable to agencies and attorneyships created by ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"But then, in any case, we've the store, and see what a business we are doing, and what mercantile openings these attorneyships afford. ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1835)
"The author goes on to state that the two leading evils of this valuable island are, absenteeism, and what may be termed a monopoly of attorneyships, ..."

4. The Civil Service and the Patronage by Carl Russell Fish (1904)
"... and attorneyships are subjects of much competition; so are the post-offices in the great cities. I intend to exert my influence to get a snug little ..."

5. The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster by Daniel Webster, Fletcher Webster, Edwin David Sanborn (1857)
"... and attorneyships are subjects of much competition; so are the post-offices in the great cities. I intend to exert my influence to get a snug little ..."

6. The Railroad Question: A Historical and Practical Treatise on Railroads, and by Larrabee, William, 1832- (1893)
"Briefless lawyers are promised corporate business or salaried attorneyships. Those in financial straits are accommodated with loans. ..."

7. Papers of the American Historical Association by American Historical Association (1888)
"... the following changes in the civil service during Jefferson's first administration : 5 district judgeships out of 14 district attorneyships out of 15 ..."

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