|court of appeal||控訴裁判所|
|filed an appeal||控訴した|
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· Benjamin Smalls, Jailhouse Lawyer and Prison Reformer, Dies at 72 →
He grew more stoic, and dusted off an old paralegal degree to become steward of the prison’s law library, helping hundreds of men file appeals, request transfers or fight restrictions on visitation.
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Trader’s body CAIT on Sunday expressed solidarity with Ladakh-based educational reformer and visionary Sonam Wangchuk’s appeal to boycott Chinese goods.
· People over profit, Pope Francis says during service →
A divided Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state limits on attendance at worship services that have been imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
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Now its infectious feeling of fun appeals more than ever.