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David Copperfield
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jointly and severally
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David Copperfield
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  • ’My dear madam,’ returned Mr. Micawber, ’perhaps I cannot better express the conclusion at which Mrs. Micawber, your humble servant, and I may add our children, have jointly and severally arrived, than by borrowing the language of an illustrious poet, to reply that our Boat is on the shore, and our Bark is on the sea.’

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  • They are jointly and severally liable.

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