John-a-stiles

(юридическое) воображаемая сторона в судебном процессе (обыкн. в сочетании с John-a-nokes)

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  • John Dodson Stiles — (January 15, 1822 ndash; October 29, 1896) was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.John D. Stiles was born in Town Hill, Pennsylvania. He studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1844 and practiced in… …   Wikipedia

  • John a-Stiles — ● John …   Useful english dictionary

  • John-a-Stiles — Roe Richard Roe, Richard (Law) A fictious name for a party, real or fictious, to an act or proceeding. Other names were formerly similarly used, as {John a Nokes}, John o , or of the, Nokes, or Noakes, {John a Stiles}, etc. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • john-a-stiles — noun or john a styles ˌjänəˈstī(ə)lz Usage: usually capitalized J&S Etymology: alteration of earlier John at Stile, from the name John + at Stile, probably from Middle English atte stile at the stile archaic : the second party to legal… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stiles — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Charles Wardell Stiles (1867–1941), US amerikanischer Zoologe Cyril Stiles (1904–1985), neuseeländischer Ruderer Jackie Stiles (* 1978), US amerikanische Basketballspielerin John Dodson Stiles (1822–1896) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Doe — fictitious plaintiff in a legal action, attested from 1768 (in Blackstone). The fictitious defendant was Richard Roe. Replaced earlier John a nokes (1530s), who usually was paired with John a stiles. By 1852, John Doe was being used for any man… …   Etymology dictionary

  • John Dodson — may refer to: * Sir John Dodson (1780–1858), English judge * John George Dodson, 1st Baron Monk Bretton, (1825 – 1897), British Liberal politicianee also*John Dodson Stiles …   Wikipedia

  • john stiles — ˈstī(ə)lz noun Usage: usually capitalized J&S Etymology: alteration of john a stiles : a party to legal proceedings whose true name is unknown; especially : the third such party when three are unknown compare john doe, richard miles …   Useful english dictionary

  • john-a-nokes — noun or john a noakes ˌjänəˈnōks Usage: usually capitalized J&N Etymology: alteration of earlier John at Noke, from the name John + at Noke, probably from Middle English atten ok at the oak tree archaic : a party to legal proceedings whose true… …   Useful english dictionary

  • John-a-Nokes — Roe Richard Roe, Richard (Law) A fictious name for a party, real or fictious, to an act or proceeding. Other names were formerly similarly used, as {John a Nokes}, John o , or of the, Nokes, or Noakes, {John a Stiles}, etc. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • John-a-dreams — noun a man who is a daydreamer and therefore inactive [...] Yet I, / A dull and muddy mettled rascal, peak / Like John a dreams, unpregnant of my cause, / and can say nothing. Syn: John a nokes, John a stiles …   Wiktionary

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