Definition of Starrs
1. starr [n] - See also: starr
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Literary usage of Starrs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Trial of James H. Peck: Judge of the United States District by James Hawkins Peck, Arthur Joseph Stansbury, United States Congress. Senate (1833)
"Mr. starrs. We cannot go into the quarrels between the witness and Mr. Lawless. ... Mr. starrs. You said it might have been an inference of your own. ..."
2. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1901)
"So to judgment, that the said Roger and Matilda be quit thereof, and the said Jew be in mercy for a false claim. starrs ACKNOWLEDGED IN HOLY TRINITY TERM IN ..."
3. Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States by United States Supreme Court, John William Wallace (1870)
"Statement of the case. We think the defendant is not liable to indictment undei that statute. STARK v. starrs. 1. Under the statute of Oregon which provides ..."
4. The Canadian Law Times by Armour, Edward Douglas, 1851-1922, Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Elliott, Charles, Privy Council, Gillis, Edward, Hunter, Alfred Taylour, 1867-1957, Thompson, Bram (1890)
"starrs, 17 SC 1!. 118 Illegality—Public policy Speculative and fraudulent transaction—Promissory notes. 241 ; 17 AR 205 Fraud—Rescission —Repayment of ..."
5. Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the Territory of New Mexico by New Mexico Supreme Court, Supreme Court, New Mexico (1896)
"starrs, 69 Pa. St. 36; Page v. Parker, 40 NH 48; Tucker v. Railroad Company, 118 Mass. 546. The substantial portion of the experts' testimony objected to is ..."