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a person who brings a legal action against another in a court of law
  • William Raspberry of the Washington Post approvingly quoted one of the plaintiff lawyers: "When a 5-year-old has his language system treated as inferior from his first day of school, the resulting psychological damage is inevitable.
    six — Bad-mouthing Black English (53% in)

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