Res ipsa loquitur I also used "fiduciary"
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Project Res Ipsa Loquitur: A First Sneaky Preview Brinson M. Harris cleared his virtual throat, fixed his figurative gaze, paused dramatically, then intoned solemnly in his trademark mellifluous baritone: "Since thinking was first thunk up before the dawn of history, philosophers and useful people alike have sought a greater knowledge and even greater understanding of The Great Truth. In churches, libraries, schools and various, sundry and assorted other institutional learning facilities, this Great Truth has proven elusive, nebulous and intangible, but because I invented the AE-35 High Gain Antenna and CRM-114 Discriminator which scan the mediasphere for moments conveying truth, The Great Truth of Mass Media can now be viewed on any monitor and some TV screens. You can thank me later," he said. "Oh, and H. Marshall McLuhan too," he added.
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Res Ipsa Loquitur Too tired to come up with anything more witty. Long live sh rat.
Res Ipsa Loquitur by Hays Legal. Today's Legal Jargon 3/22/2010 Las Vegas Attorney Christopher Hays discusses the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur.
Loquitur Multimedia- Local barber sees little change in economic downturn At the intersection of Lancaster Ave. and N. Wayne Ave., owner of Pat's Barber Shop, Pat Shannon, says that his shop has barely been affected by the economic crisis. While many retail stores are closing in Wayne, it seems that many of the restaurants and service stores who have built a community or neighborhood following, are hurting the least.
Project Res Ipsa Loquitur: A Virtual Television station ID break & systems check Stand by for a systems check and Virtual Television station identification break for Project Res Ipsa Loquitur, the .44 Magnum opus of Brinson M. Harris, who, to the collective chagrin, universal consternation and ubiquitous stupefaction of authority figures throughout academia and text book printing cartels from the summit of McGraw Hill on down, has created a multi-media presentation that imparts a greater understanding of Mass Communications Theory in one viewing than even the brightest undergraduates can accomplish in four (okay, five) painful years of study at even the most prestigious university. Having said all that, Go Bulls!
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Race Ipsa Loquitur A battle of good and evil to decide who was going to buy beers that evening.
Res Ipsa Loquitur "that was one time" and then...
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Res Ipsa Loquitur - Manghuhula Part :)) hehe.
Katie Westbrook/Race Ispa Loquitur Video On behalf of the Duquesne Law Student Bar Association, I am pleased to inform you we will host the Annual Katie Westbrook Race on October 9th, 2010. We dedicate this event in the memory of Katie Westbrook, and all proceeds benefit the award established in her honor at the Duquesne University School of Law and scholarships at the Law School. Beloved by those who knew her, Katie was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer when she was just 13 years old. Following her diagnosis, Katie spoke to the Duquesne Law School faculty and students about her aspiration to become a member of the legal community. With her usual charm and charisma, Katie touched the hearts of all in attendance. On June 3, 2001, Katie was invited to the Law School's Commencement where she was to receive an Honorary Degree. Hours before the ceremony, Katie lost her battle with cancer. She was only 15 years old. Please join us in honoring Katie by participating in this event. Students, faculty and friends can either walk or run the course. Following the race, food and prizes will be available to participants. Also, we are expecting a record number of participants and looking for volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please stop the SBA table in the student lounge. We hope to see you there!
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Project Res Ipsa Loquitur: An Additional Sneak Preview "Of all the Mass Communications scientists to earn a graduate degree from the University of South Florida, Brinson M. Harris is certainly one of them," reads the inscription on the base of the AE-35 High Gain Antenna. Scanning the mediasphere for moments conveying truth and routing them to the CRM-114 Discriminator signal demodulator, the Project Res Ipsa Loquitur hardware, software and justrightware weave Marshall McLuham-style the tattered shards of the synthetic fabric of post-postmodern mass media into a virtual tapestry illustrating The Great Truth of Mass Media. Built from parts of an old 8-track tape player Brinson found in his garage using tools little more advanced than stone knives & bearskins, this revolutionary, innovative & highly unlikely system ushers into the field of Mass Comminucations an entirely new genre: Disinfotainment. This has been an official communique from Virtual Television, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Big Media, with offices throughout French Indochina.
Torts - Res Ipsa Loquitur - Supreme Bar Review Supreme Bar Review lecture on Torts featuring Prof. Stephen Gard of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. This portion of the lecture covers the issue of res ipsa loquitur and how to handle it on an exam including law school exams and the bar exam.
Project Res Ipsa Loquitur: McLuhan and television's reality all its own. Once upon a graduate Mass Communications Theory seminar, Brinson M. Harris was daydreaming, drumming absent mindedly on the conference table and pretending to pay rapt attention when suddenly an observation from Marshall McLuhan on the nature rather than content of electronic media awoke him: Television connected things which had never been connected in reality and created a reality all its own. That would mean that in my little finger nail, there could be a whole tiny universe, observed a very stoned Pinto, but that was in Animal House and had nothing to do with Brinsons course work or Project Res Ipsa Loquitur.
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UNDERTAKER - Res Ipsa Loquitur NaperHell Presents: UNDERTAKER from 1989's WORLD DEMONATION 1 Corpse in a Trunk 2 Res ipsa loquitur 3 Lethal Evil (White Powder) 4 Hellementary School 5 Eternal Entity (Demon of Forever)
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Project Res Ipsa Loquitur: And now the news... Some people get their news from late night comics delivering snarky quips they didnt write, others get it from stuffy talking heads on broadcast networks and cable reading boring copy they didnt write either, and an ever shrinking few get it from daily newspapers. Project Res Ipsa Loquitur is your last, best source for news that rocks, where our CRM-114 Discriminator is able to seek the Great Truth of Mass Media from the mediasphere in real time, decoding the signals detected by the AE-35 High Gain Antenna. We seek the truth and report it. Marshall McLuhan is still dead, but his ideas and observations live on. Get it?
50 Years of The Loquitur The Loquitur isn't just Cabrini College's newspaper. It's tradition. Celebrating its 50th year, the National Newspaper Pacemaker Award Winner continues its commitment to excellence and top-of-the-line journalism. Congratulations Loquitur. A video by Jake Verterano
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"***agenarius Loquitur" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (poetry reading) His most famous creation was Sherlock Holmes. He wrote poetry too: this was from a 1911 collection called Songs of the Road, so he couldn't have been more than 51 when he wrote it. It wasn't addressed to a specific lady because neither of his wives meet the specification. Any mortal woman would have been offended It was obviously intended to be a joke. He married Louisa Hawkins when he was 26. She died of tuberculosis in 1906 when he was 46. His second wife was Jean Elizabeth Leckie, born in 1874. The portraits have nothing to do with the poem. "Yekaterina Scherbatova" was by Joseph-Désiré Court, 1840 "Antoine-Laurent and Marie-Anne Lavoisier" was by Jacques-Louis David, 1788 FROM our youth to our age We have passed each stage In old immemorial order, From primitive days Through flowery ways With love like a hedge as their border. Ah, youth was a kingdom of joy, And we were the king and the queen, When I was a year Short of thirty, my dear, And you were just nearing nine***. But dark follows light And day follows night As the old planet circles the sun; And nature still traces Her score on our faces And tallies the years as they run. Have they chilled the old warmth in your heart? I swear that they have not in mine, Though I am a year Short of sixty, my dear, And you are—well, say thirty-nine.
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/blog - Post: "Res Ipsa Loquitur" Forever? I Hope Not. Personally, I've never cared for the use of Latin in legal writing. To my ear, terms like "res ipsa loquitur" and "inter alia" just look and sound pretentious, and I think they interrupt the flow of a legal argument (Who really wants to shift languages mid-thought?). I also don't favor using "the said" in front of every noun that crops up, and I try not to write "subsequent to" when "after" will do nicely. These practices just complicate things more than necessary. For years now some legal writing scholars, including Bryan A. Garner, have been beating the drum for using plain English in our legal discourse. Apparently this campaign has had a good effect upon judges. Dr. Kathy Kellerman, a communications consultant, recently published online a slide show revealing the results of a survey of 800 judges (Flammer, Sean. (2010). "Persuading Judges: An Empirical ***ysis of Writing Style, Persuasion, and the Use of Plain English." The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute, 16, pp. 183-221). The study inquired whether the judges found plain English or traditional legal writing more persuasive in the memoranda and briefs submitted to them. The results were telling. More than two-thirds of the appellate judges surveyed found plain English more persuasive, and 63% of the trial judges surveyed agreed. Among women judges, the numbers were even more dramatic--83% liked plain English. This is all good news, it seems to me, and apparently we are moving in the ...