words of only four letters, but that didn't work either.
On a serious note, I think the judge may be out of line.
"Mr. Greenspan fears the Lord's lingualism will turn off the jury."
Isn't that the problem of whichever attorney put Lord L. on his witness list?
Remember the story about Sam Clemens and his nitpicking editor? (It may even be true.)
Clemens wrote 'the killer went on trial...' or some such. The editor pointed out that it was correct to say 'the alleged killer' and went on in this vein at some length.
Clemens' next story happened to be about a society event attended by the newspaper's publisher and "the woman alleged to be his wife."
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