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" ... recognise it as a magnolia; but there seems to me to be all the difference in the world between a device, however equivalent it may be to a word, and a word itself. Without going further into it I overruled that objection. "
Antigonos Gonatas - Page 58
by William Woodthorpe Tarn - 1913 - 501 pages
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Reports of Patent, Design, Trade Mark, and Other Cases, Volume 14

Design protection - 1897
...magnolia, and that any persons of ordinary acquaintance with flowers would 15 recognise it as a magnolia ; but there seems to me to be all the difference in the world between a device, however equivalent it may be to a word, and a word itself. Without going further into that,...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1908
...introduce a system of official reporting, even at the meetings of the smallest local authorities. Now there seems to me to be all the difference in the world between saying to the local Press, " You may be present at these meetings, you may report as much or as little...
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Retirement from the Classified Civil Service of Superannuated Employees

United States. President's Commission on Economy and Efficiency - Civil service - 1912 - 610 pages
...the Treasury power to grant abolition allowances. Said he: Now, my lords, I must say that prima facie there seems to me to be all the difference in the world between the case of a man who, owing to his own misfortune, is obliged to retire from the service, and the...
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The Law Times Reports: Containing All the Cases Argued and ..., Volume 76

Law reports, digests, etc - 1897
...magnolia, and that any persons of ordinary acquaintance with flowers would recognise it as a magnolia; but there seems to me to be all the difference in the world between a device, however equivalent it may be to a word, and a word itself. Without going further into it...
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The Law Journal Reports, Volume 66

Law reports, digests, etc - 1897
...magnolia, and that any person of ordinary acquaintance with flowers would recognise it as a magnolia ; but there seems to me to be all the difference in the world between a device, however equivalent it may be to a word, and a word itself. Without going further into it,...
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The Incarnation: Collected Essays in Christology

Brian Hebblethwaite - Religion - 1987 - 184 pages
...human life and death nearly two thousand years ago and whom we read about in the Gospels. There still seems to me to be all the difference in the world between the notion that a particular human being manifested certain general characteristics expressive of God's...
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