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Literary usage of Dictionally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essays on Constitutional Law and Equity, and Other Subjects by Henry Schofield (1921)
"But the whole juris- dictionally-divisible theory of the decree was wrong, arbitrary in fact and impossible in law. The fee-simple finding was not a ..."
2. Mathematical Philosophy: A Study of Fate and Freedom; Lectures for Educated by Cassius Jackson Keyser (1922)
"This use of the terms " rational," " irrational " and " real," though dictionally somewhat unfortunate, is historically justified. ..."
3. The Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice: Under the Codes and Practice Acts by William Mark McKinney, Thomas Johnson Michie (1898)
"... had jurisdiction it was too late after verdict to object that the statement filed was juris- dictionally defective. Kennedy v. Prueitt, 24 Mo. App. 414. ..."
4. A Treatise on the Law of Pleading and Practice: Under the Procedural Codes by James Manford Kerr (1919)
"... the service of a process juris- dictionally defective,—eg, where made out of the jurisdiction of the officer serving,—is void.20 ment would be proper. ..."
5. Municipal Corporation Cases Annotated: A Collection of All Cases Affecting edited by Thomas Johnson Michie (1900)
"... if I may so speak, juris - dictionally, both have been temporarily out of the state. The expression is used in both senses. It is used in a territorial ..."
6. Lectures on the Science of Language by Friedrich Max Müller (1873)
"WHITE'S COLLEGE LATIN-ENGLISH DIcTIONAllY, abridged for the use of University Students from the larger Work ..."
7. The Michigan Digest Annotated: Embodying All Reported Decisions from the by Albert Poole Jacobs, Henry Allen Chaney, George Foster Longsdorf, Callaghan and Company (1921)
"Where proceedings in garnishment are based upon an affidavit that is Juris- dictionally defective under the garnishee law of 1879, but the garnishee appears ..."