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used in And Then There Were None

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a request or the act of asking — sometimes specifically for help or that a decision be overturned
  • The appeal was rejected and the man was duly executed.
    p. 59.3
appeal = request [to overturn a verdict]
  • An appeal was lodged on the grounds of misdirection.
    p. 59.3
  • And it was he who explained to the people down there that there was some experiment on-some bet about living on a 'desert island' for a week-and that no notice was to be taken of any appeal for help from out there.
    p. 249.5
  • All I have done is to protect the jury against the emotional effect of emotional appeals by some of our more emotional counsel.
    p. 263.3

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