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3 My name is Richard Savage, your Lordship.
4 His lordship will be out of country until next week.
5 Can his lordship manage to switch off the TV?
6 His Lordship is away on business.
7 I'm honoured to meet you , your lordship.
8 Would your lordship like a cup of tea?
9 So when will his lordship be back?
10 His Lordship expressed the hope that the Law Commission might look at the subject.
11 It is a great pleasure to welcome your lordship this evening.
12 I have been singing for his lordship of Leicester.
13 His Lordship articulated three grounds for judicial review: illegality,(www.Sentencedict.com) irrationality and procedural impropriety.
14 Nor did his Lordship draw any demarcation between administrative institutions and inferior courts for the purposes of review.
15 In his acceptance of the pope's lordship, John ensured the protection of the monarchy and of the succession.
16 His Lordship realised the implications of the majority judgments and pointed out that the Order bristled with words requiring statutory construction.
17 His lordship was attractive enough to give substance to otherwise tenuous connections.
18 It also made his good lordship attractive to men outside his immediate circle.
19 This was most likely to happen if a lordship was left without an adult male heir.
20 Isabella now sent Henry of Lancaster to the lordship of Glamorgan to hunt down the king and the younger Despenser.
21 The Earl of Arundel's heir was restored to his inheritance and granted the lordship of Chirk.
22 It was clear to him that if he said he could, his lordship would take him.
23 Even when due allowance is made for the material advantages of Gloucester's lordship, there is no doubt of his personal attraction.
24 Madeleine said she didn't mind, but you could see his lordship was going down like a dose of castor oil.
25 The castle became one of the duke's main northern residences and local families turned naturally to him for lordship.
26 Other humiliations followed in the weeks after the death and funeral of his lordship.
27 Thus it was that his greatest hurdle to date had been asking his lordship for a job.
28 There was no way into the quire climbing over his lordship, but under ...?
29 Because of Gloucester's influence in the duchy, royal servants naturally looked to him for lordship.
30 The Duke's lesser titles include a couple of earldoms, a barony or two and the lordship of Eskdale.
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