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2 The judge must issue a summons .
3 I stayed in that night awaiting her summons.
4 The summons was served by a bailiff.
5 She received a summons to appear in court the following week.
6 I received a summons to the Palace from Sir Robert Fellowes,[www.Sentencedict.com] the Queen's private secretary.
7 The police have been unable to serve a summons on him.
8 She had received a summons to appear in court.
9 The summons was served upon the defendant.
10 I sat outside the boss's office awaiting my summons.
11 You must obey the king's summons.
12 They served a summons on the young man.
13 She was ready when the summons duly came.
14 He received a court summons for non-payment of tax.
15 He arrived panting in answer to Blake's summons.
16 I received an urgent summons to her office.
17 The summons can be served on either of the partners in the business.
18 Mr Clarke's insurance company had issued a summons for unpaid mortgage repayments.
19 The police have taken out a summons against the drivers of both cars involved in the accident.
20 She responded immediately to the summons from the head teacher.
21 Her neighbours took out a summons against her for noise nuisance.
22 On the stroke of seven, a gong summons guests into the dining-room.
23 Each person served with a summons will be given six weeks before they have to appear in the Magistrates' Court.
24 In the summer of 1780 came the long-awaited summons.
25 A royal summons, no less, Sabine thought drily.
26 It was a summons, not a request.
27 Official Solicitor's costs in originating summons.
28 The summons arrives in the post.
29 He had been accused of a drug offence but police had been unable to serve a summons on him .
30 Police said they had been unable to serve a summons on 25-year-old Lee Jones.
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