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" Q is a constant quantity, the value of which must be determined by the particular circumstances of the case. "
Observations on the re-building of London bridge - Page 27
by John Seaward - 1824
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The Practice of Conveyancing: Analytically and Synthetically ..., Volumes 1-3

James Stewart - Conveyancing - 1832
...according to the circumstances. But most transactions have some peculiar deed or will, the recital of which must be determined by the particular circumstances of the case, and for which no general rules can be laid down. (c) This recital will serve for all purchase deeds,...
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The Dyspepsia of phthisis

William Soltau Fenwick - 1894 - 203 pages
...of the digestive organs will permit, various tonic remedies may be prescribed, the exact selection of which must be determined by the particular circumstances of the case. If the tongue remains pale and flabby, and the alvine evacuations are dark in colour and offensive,...
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