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Paralegal t-shirt design with the words - "Let there be paralegals, to doith jobs that lawyers are too 'busy' to do. - Genesis 1:36"

Paralegal t-shirt design with the words - "Let there be paralegals, to doith jobs that lawyers are too 'busy' to do. - Genesis 1:36"

Daily Devotional - 4 Images Of God In Us: Genesis 1:27 #Christianquote

Daily Devotional - 4 Images Of God In Us: Genesis 1:27 #Christianquote

"Let there be paralegals to doith jobs that lawyers are too "busy" to do." Genesis 1:36

Paralegal / Genesis Large Mug

"Let there be paralegals to doith jobs that lawyers are too "busy" to do." Genesis 1:36

District attorney t-shirt design featuring the words - “Let there be district attorneys,  to prosecute criminals and keepith thy people safe. - Genesis 1:36”

District attorney t-shirt design featuring the words - “Let there be district attorneys, to prosecute criminals and keepith thy people safe. - Genesis 1:36”

Let there be attorneys, to helpith people with legal problems. - Genesis 1:36

Let there be attorneys, to helpith people with legal problems. - Genesis 1:36

This is the Tribe of Gad   mentioned in Gen.49:19   1Chro.12:8 , Numbers 15:38  Psalms 55:20-21 and why they fell as  a people ( one of the lost tribes of Israel

This is the Tribe of Gad mentioned in Gen.49:19 1Chro.12:8 , Numbers 15:38 Psalms 55:20-21 and why they fell as a people ( one of the lost tribes of Israel

Money Origami, Flower Edition: 10 Different Ways to Fold a Dollar Bill into a Blossoming Bloom « Origami

Money Origami, Flower Edition: 10 Different Ways to Fold a Dollar Bill into a Blossoming Bloom

Money Origami, Flower Edition: 10 Different Ways to Fold a Dollar Bill into a Blossoming Bloom « Origami

Beginning in 1950, the NAACP and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorneys worked on a school desegregation case originating in Charleston, S.C. In 1952 the case came before the U.S. Supreme Court, whose members decided to hear it with cases from Delaware, Virginia, Kansas, and the District of Columbia under the collective title Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. Thurgood Marshall and other NAACP lawyers argued the case and won. Brown marked a landmark victory in the fight

Beginning in 1950, the NAACP and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorneys worked on a school desegregation case originating in Charleston, S.C. In 1952 the case came before the U.S. Supreme Court, whose members decided to hear it with cases from Delaware, Virginia, Kansas, and the District of Columbia under the collective title Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. Thurgood Marshall and other NAACP lawyers argued the case and won. Brown marked a landmark victory in the fight

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