In all these movements they bring to the front, as the leading question
in each, the property question, no matter what its degree of development at the time.
Think again, Sir,' said Brass; 'it's my duty, Sir, in the position in which I stand, and as an honourable member of the legal profession--the first profession in this country, Sir, or in any other country, or in any of the planets that shine above us at night and are supposed to be inhabited--it's my duty, Sir, as an honourable member of that profession, not to put to you a leading question
in a matter of this delicacy and importance.
Snell, the landlord, duly put the leading question
Gentlemen of the jury, I should have interrupted the leading questions
put by the prisoner’s counsel (by leading questions
I mean telling him what to say), did I not feel confident that the law of the land was superior to any ad vantages (I mean legal advantages) which he might obtain by his art.
Supper done, they crowded round the fire again, and, as is common on such occasions, propounded all manner of leading questions
calculated to surround the story with new horrors and surprises.
Jonah and young Cranch in the kitchen, not doubting that he had impressed the latter greatly by his leading questions
concerning the Chalky Flats.
Nupkins cut the matter short, by putting leading questions
to Grummer, which Grummer answered as nearly in the affirmative as he could.
He alluded constantly to Europe, to the people I was supposed to know there--putting leading questions
as to my acquaintances in the sepulchral city, and so on.
THE leading question
in the Lisburn Junior Invitational League under-15 section still appears to be - who can stop Newcastle FC?
Twitter user Jason Spencer even allows us to quantify -- albeit with a rather leading question
and choice of answers -- the way social media users currently feel about Saudi Arabia's head of state, King Salman.
The Welsh Government believed it was a leading question
which did not make sufficiently clear that the Cancer Drugs Fund ring-fencing in England was at the expense of drugs for other conditions.
He said: "The leading question
is why could they not have undertaken the essential repairs in February or indeed September when the wildlife breeding season would have been least affected.