Definition of Dawding
1. dawd [v] - See also: dawd
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Literary usage of Dawding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Ruled and Adjudged in the Several Courts of the United by Alexander James Dallas, Frederick Charles Brightly, United States Supreme Court (1906)
"dawding, Ibid. 565, were relied upon, as in point, while 2 Term Rep. 695, was also read, to show, that Lord Kenyon held the same principles. ..."
2. Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania: With Some by Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Jasper Yeates, William Duane, Pennsylvania Circuit Courts (1871)
"dawding, decreed by Ld. Chancellor Camden, in 1769. ... dawding, fully establishes the right of the defendant, and settles the doctrine on the principles of ..."
3. A Practical Treatise of Powers by Edward Burtenshaw Sugden (1861)
"dawding (z), Lord Camden held, that under an agreement entered into previously to ... dawding, and Wright v. Lord Cadogan, the Court interfered against the ..."
4. Commentaries on the Law of Married Women: Under the Statutes of the Several by Joel Prentiss Bishop (1875)
"dawding,4 whether the husband and wife, by mere agreement before and in ... dawding, Ami.. 565. ' Peacock v. Monk, 2 Ves. sen. 190; Bramhall r. ..."