|haaste englanniksi||summons, service of process, dare, appeal, gage, challenge, subpoena|
*: special summonses by the king
*: this summons ... unfit either to dispute or disobey
*: He sent to summon the seditious, and to offer pardon; but neither summons nor pardon was regarded.
: The process server could not effect service of process because the defendant was nowhere to be found.
: The court found plaintiffs service of process effective, although the defendant refused to receive the complaint.
: ux|en|I wouldnt dare argue with my boss.
*: The fellow dares not deceive me.
*: Why then did not the ministers use their new law? Because they durst not, because they could not.
: ux|en|I dare you to kiss that girl.
: Will you dare death to reach your goal?
*: To wrest it from barbarism, to dare its solitudes.
*: For I have done those follies, those mad mischiefs, / Would dare a woman.
*: It lends a lustre ... / A large dare to our great enterprise.
*: Childish, unworthy dares / Are not enought to part our powers.
*: Sextus Pompeius / Hath given the dare to Caesar.
*: ‘Sir, here bene knyghtes com of kyngis blod that woll nat longe droupe and dare within thys wallys.’
*: The Dare is not unlike a Chub, but proportionably less; his Body is more white and flatter, and his Tail more forked.Webster 1913
*: And there opynly Sir Mador appeled the quene of the deth of hys cousyn Sir Patryse.
*: He gan that Ladie strongly to appele / Of many haynous crymes by her enurednb....
*: For if I be an offender, or have committed any thing worthy of death, I refuse not to die: but if there be none of these things whereof these accuse me, no man may deliver me unto them. I appeal unto Caesar.
*: I appeal to the Scriptures in the original.
*: They appealed to the sword.
: ux|en|That idea appeals to me.
*: Man to man will I appeal the Norman to the lists.
: rfquotek|John Dryden
*: a kind of appeal to the Deity, the author of wonders
*: A moiety competent / Was gaged by our king.
*: This feast, Ill gage my life, / Is but a plot to train you to your ruin.
*: Great debts / Wherein my time, sometimes too prodigal, / Hath left me gaged.
*: “But it is enough that I challenge the trial by combat — there lies my gage.” She took her embroidered glove from her hand, and flung it down before the Grand Master with an air of mingled simplicity and dignity…
*: The gage was down for a duel that would split the Democratic party and ensure the election of a Republican president in 1860.
*: [I]t seemed to create a sort of material link between the Princess and himself, and at the end of three months it almost appeared to him, not that the exquisite book was an intended present from his own hand, but that it had been placed in that hand by the most remarkable woman in Europe.... [T]he superior piece of work he had done after seeing her last, in the immediate heat of his emotion, turned into a kind of proof and gage, as if a ghost, in vanishing from sight, had left a palpable relic.
: ux|en|a challenge to the kings authority
: ux|en|Consanguinity in direct line is a challenge for a judge when he or she is sitting cases.
: ux|en|Were still waiting to hear how the court rules on our challenge of the arbitrator based on conflict of interest.
: ux|en|We challenged the boys next door to a game of football.
*: By this I challenge him to single fight.
*: I challenge any man to make any pretence to power by right of fatherhood.
: ux|en|to challenge the accuracy of a statement or of a quotation
*: Challenge better terms.
*: He complained of the emperor...and challenged them for that he had no greater revenues...from them.
: ux|en|The sentinel challenged us with "Who goes there?"