Not just one, which would be bad enough.
If you need it, that is. And they needed it here.
Cats do funny things. Sometimes in judicial opinions.
Invigilate your eyes on the quintessence of this dispute.
Not recommended for beginners, but this guy got away with it, and well done.
Possibly of interest only to legal writers, but since I am one of those, here it is.
Hopefully the oral argument will also be at least partly in Klingon.
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