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Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People 1808-1908 - Page 207
by Carrie Westlake Whitney - 1908
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A History of the State of Nevada: Its Resources and People

Thomas Wren - Nevada - 1904 - 760 pages
...Carnegie Free Library. In his chosen profession he has won high rank. An excellent presence, an earnest manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and the ability to accurately apply its principles, make him an effective and successful advocate and insure him high...
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A TWENTIETH CENTURY History and Biographical Record OF BRANCH COUNTY, MICHIGAN

REV. HENRY P. COLLIN, M. A. - 1906
...which profession he has since devoted his time and energies. An excellent presence and earnest effort, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and the ability to accurately apply its principles made him an effective and successful advocate and insured him equal...
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A history of Quebec: its resources and people : illustrated, Volume 2

Benjamin Sulte, C. E. Fryer, Laurent-Olivier David - Québec (Province) - 1908
...eases. His preparation of his cases is most thorough and exhaustive. An excellent presence, an earnest manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and an ability to accurately supply its principles make him an effective and successful advocate. Mr. Crankshaw...
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History of the City of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio, Volume 2

Augustus Waldo Drury - Dayton (Ohio) - 1909
...a man of unfailing courtesy and of a genial, cordial disposition. An excellent presence, an earnest dignified manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and the ability to apply its principles accurately are factors in his commendable judicial service. WILLIAM A. ULLERY....
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History of Huron County, Ohio: Its Progress and Development, with ..., Volume 2

Abraham J. Baughman - Huron County (Ohio) - 1909
...of the requisite qualities of the successful attorney, including an excellent presence and earnest dignified manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and the ability to accurately apply its principles. He needs no introduction to the readers of this volume for he is...
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Centennial History of Coshocton County, Ohio, Volume 1

William J. Bahmer, Clarke, S.J., Publishing Co., Chicago, pub, S.J. Clarke Publishing Company - Coshocton County (Ohio) - 1909
...and which form a feature in the upbuilding of our great republic. An excellent presence, an earnest manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and the ability to accurately apply its principles, make him an effective- and successful advocate. WILBUR F. PARK....
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A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians: The Leaders and ..., Volume 2

E. Polk Johnson - Kentucky - 1912
...rarer gifts — eloquence of language and a strong personality. An excellent presence, an earnest, dignified manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law, and the ability to accurately apply its principles, are factors in Mr. Stephenson's success. He actively interests...
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History of Lee County, Illinois, Volume 2

Frank Everett Stevens - Lee County (Ill.) - 1914
...to give thorough preparation before entering the courtroom, while an excellent presence, an earnest manner, marked strength of character, a thorough grasp of the law and the ability to accurately apply its principles make him an attractive and successful advocate. In the year in which...
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Missouri the Center State: 1821-1915, Volume 3

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1915
...years. In the private practice of law he also won gratifying success. An excellent presence, an earnest, dignified manner, marked strength of character, a...principles are factors in his effectiveness as an advocate. In 1899 he was made president of The Bank of Versailles, but declined to abandon his law practice altogether,...
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History of Dakota Territory, Volume 4

George Washington Kingsbury - Dakota Territory - 1915
...business career Evan C. Wilson devoted his attention to general agricultural pursuits. EDWARD H. WILSON a thorough grasp of the law and the ability accurately...principles are factors in his effectiveness as an advocate. In 1885 Mr. Wilson was united in marriage to Miss Ettie L. Young, of Morganville, New York, by whom...
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