Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Tue Oct 9 16:19:18 UTC 2012

"Cut more narrowly in on"?  That is, slice away everything else.


At 10/9/2012 10:38 AM, David A. Daniel wrote:
>Got a Court of Appeals decision here. "disclosure requirements trench much
>narrowly on an advertiser's interests than do flat prohibitions on
>speech . . . ." Trench? Obscure use as "encroach"? Or is it a misuse?
>Nothing in Black's that indicates it is legalese for anything in particular.
>The American Dialect Society -

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