A Poem about Habeas Corpus

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A poem about Habeas Corpus by Ray Langenbach and David A. R. Ross, via dictionary.reference.com
 
 
I. SYSTEM

an assemblage or combination of things or parts
forming a complex or unitary whole
any assemblage
or set of correlated
members

an ordered and comprehensive assemblage
of facts, principles, doctrines,
or the like
in a particular field of knowledge
or thought

a coordinated body of methods
or a scheme
or plan
of procedure
organizational scheme
any formulated, regular, or special
method
or plan
of procedure

due method or
orderly manner of arrangement
or procedure
the world
or universe.
 
II. DOUBT

to be uncertain about
consider questionable
or unlikely
hesitate to believe
to distrust.
archaic: to fear
be apprehensive about
a feeling of uncertainty about
the truth, reality,
or nature of
something / distrust
a state of affairs such as to occasion: uncertainty
obsolete. fear
/ dread
 
III. ALIEN

a resident born in
or belonging
to another country who has
not
acquired citizenship
by naturalization
(distinguished from citizen)
a foreigner
a person who has
been estranged
or excluded
a creature from outer
space:
extraterrestrial

residing under a government or
in a country other than
that
of one’s birth
without having or
obtaining the status of
citizenship
there
belonging or
relating to
aliens
unlike one’s own / strange
not belonging to one
adverse / hostile / opposed
(usually followed by to or from):
extraterrestrial

 

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Harriet von Froreich

 

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