"Does medical jurisprudence provide nothing against these infringements?" said Mr. Hackbutt, with a disinterested desire to offer his lights.
Questions of medical jurisprudence ought not to be left to the chance of decent knowledge in a medical witness, and the coroner ought not to be a man who will believe that strychnine will destroy the coats of the stomach if an ignorant practitioner happens to tell him so.
There are no more uses of "jurisprudence" in the book.
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It is an important decision in the Supreme Court’s affirmative action jurisprudence.
No question in jurisprudence is as muddled as that of privacy.
Sheldon Richman -- Dissolving the Inkblot: Privacy as Property Right -- http://www.cato.org/pubs/policy_report/richman.html(retrieved 06/28/06)