Used that, with a bit of my old reputation, to get your Mayor Gannett to give me the same from the legals.
The legals simply came boiling down the street, equipped with long pikes with lead-weighted ends.
Most of them belonged to Nick the Croop, who had apparently decided the legals would win.
The legals had never quite reached the front of the building, obviously, and were now cut into sections.
Pick out any place you want, train them to handle those damned legals the way Murdoch handled the Stonewall boys.
The Municipal forces were rushing up toward the dome, and surprised legals were frantically arriving in trucks.
"Yeah, the legals want the Crusader for their propaganda," he said wearily.
Scrip was useless to them, and the legals were raiding all cargoes destined for Wayne's section.
His final sight was that of the legals and Municipals wildly scrambling for cover from each other.
mid-15c. "of or pertaining to the law," from Middle French légal or directly from Latin legalis "legal, pertaining to the law," from lex (genitive legis) "law," possibly related to legere "to gather," on notion of "a collection of rules" (see lecture (n.)).
Sense of "permitted by law" is from 1640s. Related: Legally. The Old French form was leial, loial (see leal, loyal). Legal tender is from 1740.