Definition of Rehearings
1. rehearing [n] - See also: rehearing
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Literary usage of Rehearings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of English Law by William Searle Holdsworth, John Burke (1903)
"The existing delays were aggravated by the system of rehearings and appeals which a ... Upon such appeals and rehearings, contrary to the usual rule, ..."
2. The Study of Cases: A Course of Instruction in Reading and Stating Reported by Eugene Wambaugh (1922)
"Reversed : Courts often granting rehearings. The decision of an inferior court is so often reversed in the court above, that it is dangerous to rely upon a ..."
3. Text-book of the Patent Laws of the United States of America by Albert Henry Walker (1904)
"Petitions for rehearings. 646. rehearings for matter apparent on the record. 647. rehearings on account of newly discovered evidence. 648. ..."
4. International Arbitral Law and Procedure: Being a Résumé of the Procedure by Jackson Harvey Ralston (1910)
"rehearings 291. So rehearings have been repeatedly refused by umpires, either of their own decisions or of those of their predecessors, such being also the ..."
5. Digest of Patent and Trade-mark Cases Decided by the Court of Appeals of the by William Sydenham Torbert, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, United States Supreme Court (1909)
"rehearings. 13. Conclusiveness of Judgment on. ant, but did not in terms ... rehearings. 137. Though there may be cases in which rehearing may well be had, ..."
6. A Treatise on New Trial and Appellate Practice: Presenting and Illustrating by Thomas Carl Spelling (1903)
"rehearings after decision in original proceeding. § 729. ... rehearings were granted, in proper cases, prior to any constitutional or statutory provisions ..."
7. The Law of Patents for Useful Inventions by William Callyhan Robinson (1890)
"rehearings. A rehearing may be ordered at any time between the interlocutory and the final 'decree for the purpose of admitting new evidence or additional ..."