English in the Law Courts: The Part that Articles, Prepositions and Conjunctions Play in Legal Decisions
Columbia University Press, 1930 - 312 pages
Focusing on articles, prepositions, and conjunctions, this work deals with the legal difficulties that center around form-words: words that show a relationship but do not present a specific idea to the mind.
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