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(1) Self-deprecation is a recurring feature as Stevenson talks.
(2) Stevenson alone is to blame.
(3) Robert Louis Stevenson the novelist and poet who travelled extensively, preferred the donkey.
(4) Stevenson was deliberately seeking a plot that would allow him to explore an aspect of human psychology.
(5) The ratio decidendi of Donoghue v. Stevenson is open to two interpretations.
(6) In Donoghue v. Stevenson we see the synthesis of the previous decisions on the tort of negligence.
(7) It was impossible for Stevenson, the patrician intellectual, and somebody like Sen.
(8) In Donoghue v Stevenson in 1932 the House of Lords shaped a general theory of manufacturer's liability in tort for products.
(9) With Stevenson leading the way, the Machine swept all Cook County and state offices.
(10) Sooner or later every Stevenson bill came to him for discount; and every foreign transaction went via him.
(11) Bob Stevenson has been a worthy successor to Methodist leaders who stamped their personalities on the county.
(12) The daughter told her mother and, said Mr Stevenson[sentencedict.com], that appeared to have been the last straw for her.
(13) Stevenson persevered in his efforts to discover what had really happened.
(14) Still the elderly couple, a Mr and Mrs Stevenson, stayed with me.
(15) Stevenson has long since taken his towering presence and pounding fists into retirement.
(16) He then presented Stewart Stevenson with an inscribed silver quaich and miniature as a permanent memento.
(17) And Fick and David Stevenson hit two-run homers in the fifth.
(18) Stevenson was arrested for murder and confined in a hospital for psychiatric tests.
(19) Richard Stevenson Managing for a better environment Companies are increasingly turning to environmental auditing to help them fulfil their responsibilities.
(20) The question arose after Donoghue v. Stevenson as to how broadly the ratio decidendi could be interpreted.
(21) The unfortunate man was Mr John Stevenson, a young lawyer from London.
(22) Judge Geoffrey Jones caused a storm by making the comment at an earlier hearing because Ian Stevenson also admitted assaulting two boys.
(23) Axel raises campaign money and advises candidates, including Adlai Stevenson, the Illinois governor who lost the presidency twice to Eisenhower.
(24) He misses his second game in succession when Instonians are the visitors tomorrow at Stevenson Park.
(25) At his death he left a paper pointing to inadequacies in the standard Stevenson thermometer screen.
(26) The friend bought for Mrs. Donoghue a bottle of ginger beer, manufactured by Stevenson.
(27) The role of chief executive has gone to executive director, Mr Joe Stevenson.
(28) The man who had risen from political mediocrity by identifying with Adlai Stevenson, Sen.
(29) The final result was 442 votes and 39 states to Eisenhower, and 89 votes and nine states to Stevenson.
(30) The Westons' brief life stories would have done credit to the swashbuckling imagination of a Stevenson, Scott or Dumas.
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