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The true mystery here is why the author of these conditions didn't break out "Damage caused by water" as a separate bullet point: Damage to the undercarriage Damage caused by water I can't think of any rationale for having joined the two parts of "Damage to the undercarriage; damage caused by water" with a semicolon and run them as a single ...


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Perhaps the approach taken by Black's Law Dictionary would make more sense to you than Oxford's treatment (which you link to). Black's simply focuses on the meaning of vested without worrying about what slightly different senses the verb vest may take under different (but closely allied) circumstances. Most of Black's detailed discussion of the different ...


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John Smith was born on April 1, which event was duly recorded. To be even more legalesoteric John Smith was born on April 1, the fact of which was duly recorded. We are a bunch of pompous twits. There is a move in some segments of the legal community (or the real community which has to deal with us lawyers) to return legal documents and ...


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It would seem to be whereabout: "John Smith was born on April 1, whereabout there was made a record".


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1) "K-9" or "K9" -- a typographic pun upon "canine", inherited from military jargon. They could have said canine, or dog (though someone would surely then complain that they weren't giving bitches equal credit). Someone just happened to like this bit of jargon, and it stuck. 2) "K9 Unit" -- The "unit" isn't just the animal, but the team of the animal and ...


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The term appears to originate from the term "K-9 Corps", being a shorthand for the Army's War Dog Program established during World War II. The term was never the official title, but because of the homophonic connection, became very popular in both military and civilian usage. Also, "K-9 Unit" is often used to refer to both the police dog as well as its ...


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A dog is a very general term for all breeds of dogs. However canine or K9 is a: A police dog, often referred to in North America as a "K-9" (which is a homophone of canine), is a dog that is trained specifically to assist police and other law-enforcement personnel in their work.....The most commonly used breed is the German Shepherd....... The ...


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Arbitrator or loss-adjuster are job titles which are used in the UK, do they fit what you want?



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