This was the condition of things when the special term of the court, held expressly to try me, commenced at Dinwiddie.
If you swear Renshaw off the bench, I will name a temporary judge and set a special term of court, to convene at once.
The physicist had a special term for what we know as ultra-violet light.
This name was Katie's special term of endearment, and never used except when they were alone; no one else ever called her by it.
But one special term of the compact was that the outer world should have no acquaintance with things that happened between them.
It has a special term of its own, being stated to be "in his pride" when shown affront, and with the tail displayed (Fig. 469).
To him, our ultra-violet was a long X-ray, and was designated by a special term.
The Democrats, in order to kill the banks, were bent on a sine die adjournment of the special term.
In this branch of the line the special term for this cousin, amitina, is also set aside for the descriptive phrase amit filia.