A "lawyer's stock in trade is words." That is an adaptation of an Abraham Lincoln quote that "a lawyers' time and advice are his stock in trade." I like the "words" quote better, but I struggle to find from whence it came. I suspect that I saw that printed somewhere in the past, but have been unable to attribute it. It is also possible that I have contrived that quote by mis-remembering the Lincoln quote. The mind plays tricks as we age.
And lawyers do like to parse words. Perhaps ...
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