The judge-advocate stated the case against Fred very briefly.
After the judge-advocate reads the oath, say, "I do" or "So help me God."
He was servant to Mr. Bent the judge-advocate, from whom he purloined bills and money.
In 1662 a judge-advocate, John Fowler, was first appointed to the fleet.
Major Bowers, judge-advocate of Grant's staff, is an excellent man, and always finds work to do.
"Sir Terence is right, I think, sir," the judge-advocate supported.
Assignments--not cognizable, unless drawn up at the judge-advocate's office and registered.
But has the judge-advocate the right to disregard the plain plea?
The judge-advocate then retired from his chair and waited until Mr. Macarthur had read the protest.
It was not that the judge-advocate was specially bloody-minded or vindictive.