Law-and in a sentence

The word "law-and" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of law-and and how to use it in a sentence.

This website focus on english words and example sentences, so everyone can learn how to use them. Easily browse through english vocabulary, listen the sentences or copy them.

How to use law-and in a sentence. Law-and pronunciation.

In the case of a normal criminal law-and it must always be remembered that the Volstead act is a criminal law, just like the laws against burglary, or forgery, or arson-those who are responsible for its enforcement regard themselves as administrators of the law, neither more nor less.
play
copy
They pronounce the author 'arrogant' or 'presuming to lay down the law';-and they profess to be scandalised by an encounter with honesty.
play
copy
They laughed brutally-these cruel minions of the law-and disengaged his arm from the waist of the wooden dummy which they had come to reclaim, from the mantua-maker.
play
copy
We have known men of marked ability, but want of purpose, who studied for the ministry and failed; who then studied law-and failed.
play
copy
His manager of finance, however, laid aside his book one night-a weary tract upon the law-and displayed an ability to moan and whistle through his teeth.
play
copy
The two men met where a right of way ran through the preserves-a sore trial to the keepers and the owners also, but sacred under the law-and Harry Wade, the returned native, as had just come back to his birthplace, was walking along with Parsloe at the time.
play
copy
So read the Reverend Frank Milvey in a not untroubled voice, for his heart misgave him that all was not quite right between us and our sister-or say our sister in Law-Poor Law-and that we sometimes read these words in an awful manner, over our Sister and our Brother too.
play
copy
With the Moslems it is a universal law-and in the Moslem Paradise there are no women-save the Houries! The playground of a man-fenced "society"; the work-ground of a man-taught church; and this "osmosis" of social nutrition, this leakage and seepage of values which should circulate normally, called charity; these are not a sufficient field for the activities of women.
play
copy
The tendency of the exaggeration of man's will as the foundation of government is distinctly materialistic; it is a self-sufficiency that shuts out God and the higher law.-["And, indeed, if the will of man is all-powerful, if states are to be distinguished from one another only by their boundaries, if everything may be changed like the scenery in a play by a flourish of the magic wand of a system, if man may arbitrarily make the right, if nations can be put through evolutions like regiments of troops, what a field would the world present for attempts at the realizations of the wildest dreams, and what a temptation would be offered to take possession, by main force, of the government of human affairs, to destroy the rights of property and the rights of capital, to gratify ardent longings without trouble, and to provide the much-coveted means of enjoyment!
play
copy
He went through college-was graduated with honour-studied law-and, when Mary Marvel was about nineteen, he came home from his residence in one of our thriving Western cities, for a vacation in his full legal business.
play
copy
He held his old world to be his enemy, for civilization meant people, and the people were the law-and the law wanted his life.
play
copy
At the end of the book, Shaphan read a series of wonderful blessings that were promised king and people, if they would live in accordance with the commandments contained in the Book of the Law-and Josiah saw visions of peace and prosperity for his kingdom.
play
copy

Examples of Law-and

Example #1
But the enforcement of the Prohibition law is something quite different: it is not a work of administration but of strategy; not a question of seeing that the law is obeyed by everybody, but of carrying on a campaign against the defiers of the law just as one would carry on a campaign against a foreign enemy.
Example #2
They are not carrying it on in the way in which the enforcement of other laws is carried on.
Example #3
Nevertheless, the faithful writer of things as they Are will not be disturbed by the aspect of things as they Seem.
Example #4
Men and women alike will scarce endure to read any book which urges this unalterable fact upon their attention.
Example #5
A file of gendarmes, accompanied by the Chef Burke, found him the next morning lying lifeless upon the floor.
Example #6
Death he had coveted without her.