Definition of Mandamusing
1. mandamus [v] - See also: mandamus
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Literary usage of Mandamusing
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1. Notes on the United States Supreme Court Reports: Supplementary to Rose's ...by Charles Lawrence Thompson, Walter Malins Rose, United States Supreme Court by Charles Lawrence Thompson, Walter Malins Rose, United States Supreme Court (1909)
"mandamusing subordinate public officers. Approved in Wadsworth v. ... 971, 67 L. It. A. 166, mandamusing chief of police where scheme of mayor licensing ..."
2. Governor Chamberlain's Administration in South Carolina: A Chapter of by Walter Allen (1888)
"Who ever heard of mandamusing a Governor ? Are not the Executive and the Judicial departments distinct ? Or if the Supreme Court can travel out of its ..."
3. Rose's Notes on the United States Supreme Court Reports (2 Dallas to 241 by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, United States Supreme Court (1919)
"Crawford, 28 Fla. 477, 14 LRA 256, 10 South. 120, mandamusing Secretary of State to seal and countersign appointment of United States senator; ..."
4. Notes on Texas Reports: A Chronological Series of Annotations of the by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, 1875- ed, Charles Lawrence Thompson, Texas Supreme Court, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (1910)
"332, mandamusing county treasurer to pay over school funds to authorities. Commissioner's Court may Adopt Any Method satisfying to it to ascertain consent ..."
5. Notes on the Nevada Reports, Volumes 1 to 30 Inclusive: Showing the Present by James Manford Kerr (1911)
"mandamusing corporations — Demand on board for annual election. — Cited in State ex rel. ¡Sears v. Wright, 10 Nev. 170, not overruled by Yellow Jacket S. ..."
6. Report by Louisiana Engineers Board (1869)
"13 mandamusing the Governor of the State for the prescribed bonds for certain work alleged to have been completed by them. The litigation still continuing, ..."
7. The Building of Railroads in Alaska by United States Congress. House. Committee on the Territories (1918)
"... under the law you are entitled to patents, but the President could refuse to issue the patents, and there is no means of mandamusing the President to ..."