Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
He was struck off the roll of solicitors in the following year.
A few years later (probably 1865) the school was struck off the Roll.
Wonder why he was struck off the rolls.
'Why wasn't he struck off the Roll, or whatever they do to solicitors?'
He was struck off the roll of solicitors soon after, and supported himself from lectures and as a land agent.
As each convict attorney had been struck off the roll, effectively there was no attorney who could appear in the court.
The solicitor was struck off the rolls for his offence, but was thereafter reinstated."
Even the Three Thousand, once the core of their support, did not trust them since Theramenes had been struck off the roll.
"He'll do whatever I ask of him, for I know enough to get the rascal's name struck off the Rolls."
The report made clear that Levy was the main person behind these schemes and he was struck off the Rolls of Court.
This was deemed a unique experience, Wason having been both disbarred and struck off the Rolls, but each time at his own request.
His resignation from the Austrian army was never formally accepted, and he was struck off the rolls on 31 October 1899.
As a consequence of the charge Alfred Stephen the solicitor-general applied to have Gellibrand struck off the rolls.
control the employment of a solicitor who has been suspended from practice or struck off the roll of solicitors;
f., like his father a member of the Roman senate, he retained that dignity when his father's name was struck off the rolls.
Mr. Craggs, sir,' said Snitchey, shutting his eyes tight for an instant, and opening them again, 'was struck off the roll of life too soon.'
Paul Kruger (awarded in 1892, after the breakdown of Boer-Portuguese relationships in 1899 he returned the order and was struck off the roll)
The Committee ordered that the name of Mr Allan be struck off the Roll of Solicitors in Scotland.
I've a lubber's employment now, keeping the register straight for Grim Tuesday, and I mislike pawing over a cold stone corpse to find a name to strike off the roll.
20 September - Jacob Zuma, former Deputy President of South Africa, corruption trial is struck off the roll at the Pietermaritzburg High Court
Again at his own request, Wason was struck off the Rolls in 1886, ceasing to be a solicitor, in order to gain readmission as a member of the Bar the following week.
He joined the family law firm, William Walker & Son, becoming a senior partner in 1932; he would be struck off the roll of solicitors in 1941 and become an estate agent.
George Hartley Giles (ca.1837 - ) was born on ship Hartley at sea; practised law, admitted to Supreme Court in 1862, but was struck off the rolls for misappropriation.
He wrote in support of General Picquart, and in consequence of his advocacy of Émile Zola's cause was struck off the roll of the Legion of Honour.
In 1864, Levy's uncle, Charles Lewis, under whom he had served as an articled clerk, unsuccessfully attempted to have him struck off the Rolls of Court for unprofessional practices relating to costs and witnesses' expenses.