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English sentences with sue in context,

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The landlord can sue all or any individual.
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He can sue one person for the entire amount if he thinks he has a better chance of collecting from that particular person.
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sue (verb)

  • To follow.
  • To file a legal action against someone, generally a non-criminal action.
  • To seek by request; to make application; to petition; to entreat; to plead.
  • To clean (the beak, etc.).
  • To leave high and ...
  • To leave high and dry on shore.
  • To court.
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Sue (proper_noun)

  • A diminutive of Susan and of related female given names; popular as a middle name.
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Sue (noun)

  • A Mary Sue (type of character in fiction).
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Sue

  • A beautiful intelligent lady, who is determined to change the world for the greater good. Her incredible smile lights up the room. Her amazing personality and funny charm attracts men and women to want to be friends with her. It also helps that she has a nice rack. She is also one of the most caring people you will ever meet. She is a traveler and well cultured. Most Sues are athletic too. Watch out for this powerhouse, she can be the biggest bitch if you cross her or her loved ones. Sue would make a great teacher, lawyer, or accountant.
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sue

  • When somebody is upset about something, (or anything) they will sue another person. 85% of the time people will sue others for the stupidest reasons on the face of the Earth. When someone 'sues' another, it is usually done by somebody with a huge ego and greedy intentions. Although it can help our society and solve problems amongst ourselves, too many people abuse this power. In the end, it becomes more childish then a kid throwing a temper tantrum in a toy store.
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I wish there was someone with standing who could sue these alleged 'therapists' for incompetence and fraud.
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Mind you, she's talking about people who weren't convicted of any wrong doing, but man, how entitled are they to sue their schools for discrimination if there is rape out there?
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The tenant that ends up paying can sue the other tenants for their share.
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It's an ongoing story, but once he decided to sue, the story was posted to /r/nfl.
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Also, even if a criminal can technically sue for an injury, virtually every jury would refuse to give the criminal any money.
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Those jumpers would die, and their relatives would sue, whereas those who stayed on the plane would likely land safely.
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If he gives them too much insight, they could very easily come off as big old mary sues.
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In Moore v. University of California the court ruled that a doctor, hospital or other medical service provider has a fiduciary responsibility to inform a patient of any economic gain to possibly be made from samples taken from the patient, and to fail to do so constituted a "breach of trust' with the patient being able to sue for the breach of that duty.
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I'm not a lawyer, but I am a land surveyor...obviously not legal advice, but if it was me I would take the fence down and make them sue me not the other way around.
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The only instance I've been able to find in which oral sex has ever resulted in pregnancy was the case of an attorney who obtained sperm from a man by way of that act, and then went on to use it in a fertility procedure, in order to get pregnant and sue for support.
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If I unintentionally wrote a book that was too similar to another book, the first author could sue me.
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But after he's dead, apparently the company that is profiting from the book could sue me as well.
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3 times a week I use a sugar scrub made by mad city sue which has essential oils it leaves a very light film on the skin which absorbs quickly and moisturizes the skin.
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Counties don't like to cause millionaires to sue them.
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He could be named Sue, and I wouldn't make fun of his name.
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If someone says, "they can't sue you," they don't know what they are talking about.
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I think, as a mother of four sons, if a woman did that with any of their sperm I would want to know, and be part of that child's life and would encourage my son to sue for full custody.
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Sue them?
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“They’re doing what?” Sue asked, still not fully awake.
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“Right.” Said Sue and ran from the room and down the hall, turning lights on as she went.
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Sue came back with their two children Tom, 5, and Emily who was 7.
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Sue?
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Sue!
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I sue bitcoin to purchase things and tip.
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He can sue for it, but the system doesn't enforce child support payments to the same degree.
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I started drinking for New Years about an hour ago, sue me.
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They apparently had to sue the guy because he started harassing the next tenants the same way, and they said that they couldn't live there like that, forfeited their deposit, and left, leaving the house vacant.
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all that being said lets hope he sues.
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So I guess we should all sue Microsoft because they're OS takes up so much space that a computer with 500GB of space really only had 485 GB of space.
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The fair paid my parents $5K not to sue and we took it.
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Legalese doesn't matter in a contract, it's used to scare people so only 10% of the people who want to actually sue.
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This would be like if I wanted to sue Microsoft just because Windows takes up 20GB on my hard drive.
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He later tried to sue my aunt and uncle, because as a burglar, he has the right not to get injured during his robberies.
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Should he then sue the neighbor in small claims for legal fees?
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Attorneys representing toilets have called and are going to sue the shit out of you for that libelous remark.
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If they do get partially funded, and don't use the money to create a film(as let's be honest, you would need most of the money to get a finished product), maybe the owners of the google images can sue them for commercially using their images.
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Person A can sue person B for recovery of the funds however, and can seek judgment against person B if they are successful in their case.
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If I were the parent of a limp baby, and the paramedics did NOT try to revive the child, that's when I'd sue!
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sure, sue the devil.
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Similarly, if the service you are connecting with is experiencing a DOS attack, like Xbox Live and PlayStation Network did, you can't sue the ISP for not providing you with your subscribed bandwidth.
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It wouldn't be good for my "everyone in america sues everyone" views.
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Totally first read this as 'got my ovaries to sue my employer' and was like 'how????'.
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It seems to mean: it's ok to have a mandatory dispute resolution path, if it's not too costly, doesn't take to long, and isn't binding, so you can still sue afterwards.
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