In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1His/Your Lordship — (su) señoría
- I gather there is no application for costs so would your Lordship please order a detailed assessment?
- We are, of course, very concerned about that, as your Lordship will appreciate.
- There is nothing, in our submission, that your Lordship can direct appropriately today.
- We attempted to draw your Lordship to primary documents that presented a fair and objective picture.
- Michel went on for fear that Jean would speak anyway, ‘I've interviewed His Lordship and heard quite the tale of betrayal and at times loyalty on his part.’
- His Lordship added that it may be that these considerations would also justify a finding of negligence.
- Your Lordship's judgment has analysed in great detail exactly what the was, which in fact was not particularly clear when we came to draft the grounds of appeal.
- Your Lordship, it is a high figure and I think I must make submissions about it.
- It is not appropriate for your Lordship to deal with that here and now.
- At 4.00 p.m. on Sunday there will be a public meeting at which His Lordship, Bishop Lee will speak.
- I am happy to be able to tell Your Lordship that an amicable agreement has been reached between the claimants and the defendant which achieves exactly that.
- Would your Lordship order the claimant to pay the Secretary of State's costs?
- All these matters were outside His Lordship's terms of reference.
- I will personally write to him with a copy of the judgment and indicate what your Lordship has told me this morning.
- What I am hoping for here, your Lordship, is that, if one bill is scrutinised, why not another?
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