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1. He issued a writ against the newspaper.
2. A writ was filed in the High Court.
3. Creditors could obtain a writ for the arrest of their debtors.
4. Disappointment was writ large on the face of the loser.
5. A writ was served on the firm in respect of their unpaid bill.
6. This policy is liberalism writ large.
7. 22 defendants are named in the writ.
8. He has been served with a High Court writ.
9. Mistrust was writ large on her face.
10. This is an example of bureaucracy writ large.
11. The solicitor came to serve a writ on him.
12. Her distress was writ large in her face.
13. He issued a writ against one of his accusers.
14. The company has been served with a writ for breach of contract.
15. He has issued a writ for libel against the radio star Michael Clery.
16. We fully intend to issue a writ against the newspaper.
17. Hollywood is often said to be American society writ large.
18. You shouldn't take what he says as Holy Writ .
19. The businessmen have issued a writ against the authority for damages.
20. He left the company and promptly issued a writ claiming $45 million in damages.
21. The company has been served with a writ for damages.
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22. I could see the curiosity writ large on Rose's face.
23. It is old-style materialism writ large.
24. In it judgement was writ large.
25. He issued a writ claiming damages for wrongful dismissal.
26. The party's new philosophies are little more than their old beliefs writ large.
27. Lenin's word was by no means accepted as holy writ.
28. Their first step in to serve you with a writ for nonpayment of debt, and then you are forced to go to law.
29. You shouldn't treat the newspapers as if they were Holy Writ.
30. Less than two weeks ago Gough finally served a writ on Slater, claiming damages for alleged loss of royalties.
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