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  • The Counsel on the other side simply turned me inside out in two minutes. Cited from The Making of a Soul, by Kathlyn Rhodes
  • Persons too went down to stay with him for some days to take counsel on their affairs. Cited from Ten Reasons Proposed. . .for Disputation, by Edmund Campion
  • The learned counsel on the other side see the weak points of this case. Cited from The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster
  • He'd have made a sharp counsel on the right side. Cited from Jerome, A Poor Man, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • The practical value of argument by paid counsel on both sides is shown in many ways. Cited from Ethics in Service, by William Howard Taft
  • "Then shall we have such good counsel on all points that peace may thereby be made." Cited from The Romance of Morien, by Jessie L. Weston
  • The counsel on the other side rose to cross-examine her about the dates. Cited from The Pleasures of Ignorance, by Robert Lynd
  • He provided counsel on legal and legislative issues including oil and natural gas taxation.
  • With these three Lords the King took counsel on all important questions. Cited from History of England, James II Vol. 1, Macaulay
  • Counsel on both sides joined in the selection of myself. Cited from Forty Centuries of Ink, by David N. Carvalho
  • It offers counsel on how the audience should act.
  • They arrive to Jean's house, seeking his counsel on what they should do next.
  • He visited the campus and gave counsel on how to proceed.
  • It was remarkable how often each would want help or counsel on matters piscatorial from the other. Cited from Sparrows, by Horace W.C. Newte
  • Who, if not the Learned Counsel on my right and myself, organized the social and legal system of this community? Cited from Heart's Desire, by Emerson Hough
  • I wrote to my father in Sharon asking for his counsel on the subject. Cited from The Iron Puddler, by James J. Davis
  • He appeared as lead-Counsel on one side or the other in many a civil Cause-celebre.
  • What we want is wise counsel on particular occasions. Cited from More Pages from a Journal, by Mark Rutherford
  • I have not written to Claughton, nor shall, of course, after your counsel on the subject. Cited from Letters and Journals, Vol. 2, by Lord Byron
  • But let me crave thy counsel on a thing That crossed me as I came. Cited from Sophocles: The Seven Plays in English Verse, by Lewis Campbell
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