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  • Mitchell v. Robert De Mario Jewelry, Inc. by John Marshall Harlan II Syllabus 917555Mitchell v. Robert De Mario Jewelry, Inc. — SyllabusJohn Marshall
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  • Duval Jewelry Company of Miami by the Supreme Court of the United States Syllabus 914970National Labor Relations Board v. Duval Jewelry Company
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 Jewelry 20361651911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 — Jewelry JEWELRY (O. Fr. jouel, Fr. joyau, perhaps from
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  • containing about $5,300 worth of solid gold jewelry, and the other a small satchel, containing about $1,000 worth of jewelry. The smaller bag was not locked and
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  • W. Friend, the following pieces of jewelry, for examination and identification:' (Then followed list of jewelry.) The receipt was signed 'Chas. F. Leach
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  • the value of jewelry, Attleborough ranking fourth among the cities of the country in this industry, and producing 10.4% of the total jewelry product of
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  • McElroy v. United States 361 U.S. 288 (1960) Mitchell v. Robert De Mario Jewelry, Inc. 361 U.S. 304 (1960) United States v. Price 361 U.S. 314 (1960) Hess
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  • Board v. Duval Jewelry Company of Miami by Charles Evans Whittaker Concurrence 914975National Labor Relations Board v. Duval Jewelry Company of Miami
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  • Volume 357 357 U.S. 1 (1958) National Labor Relations Board v. Duval Jewelry Company of Miami 357 U.S. 10 (1958) Lewis v. National Labor Relations Board
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  • jewels, jewelry: Words, sometimes, but mistakenly, used interchangeably. Jewels forming the stock in trade of a jeweler are termed collectively jewelry, the
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  • opened a fancy goods store. In 1847 the firm began to manufacture gold jewelry, and in 1848, when the political unrest in Europe caused great depreciation
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  • cotton, tobacco, furniture, books, glass and china ware, wearing apparel, jewelry, precious stones, pictures, ornaments, bric-a-brac, objects of art, raw
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  • traveling venders of patent or proprietary medicines, special nostrums, jewelry, paper, soap, or other merchandise, local insurance agents, etc. Paragraph
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  • pomades. Don't wear evening dress in daytime. Don't wear jewelry of a gaudy character; genuine jewelry modestly worn is not out of place. Don't overdress yourself
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  • produced velvets, cottons, linens, serges, sackings, hosiery, packthread, jewelry, soaps, glasswares, etc. Its most interesting building is the church of
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  • — Stones, Precious Stones, Precious, are mineral substances used in jewelry and for other ornamental purposes. They are called precious because of
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  • commerce, and is a prime element of value even in gold and silver plate, jewelry, and other articles of manufacture. Bullion, whether in the form of coins
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  • rosary beads, crosses and other ornaments. As a material for mourning jewelry it is especially valuable, and for that purpose is largely used. Imitations
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  • covers 'an article of jewelry' of intricate design made by the process disclosed by Claim 5. It describes the article of jewelry only by reference to the
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  • provided by the Iowa river; and has manufactories of flour, perfumery, jewelry, etc. Besides its manufacturing interests the city has an extensive meat-packing
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