ee its generally accepted meaning. This
was proper since it is a basic tenet of
statutory construction that when terms of
a statute are not specifically defined, they
must be given their ordinary and popularly
understood meanings. (Niven 1). Siqu
KELLY v. GWINNELL
N. J. 1219
Cite as 476 A.2d 1219 (NJ. 1984)
For afrmance Chief Justice WIL-
ENTZ and Justices CLIFFORD, SCHREIB-
ER, POLLOCK and GARIBALDIS.
Dissenting -Justices HANDLER and
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96 NJ. 538
Marie E. KELLY, Pla
H.C. SCHMIEDING PRODUCE CO. v. CAGLE
Clteas 529 Sold 243 (Ala. 1988)
JONES, Justice (concurring in the
I concur in the result to affirm the trial
courts judgment allowing the insured pas-
sengers to stack coverage pursuant to
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whom were married to others) became romantically and sexuall
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MURRAY v. SCHLOSSER
Clle as 574 A.2d 1339 (Conn.Super. I990)
41 Conn.Sup. 362
62Cynthia F. MURRAY et al.
Joseph E. SCHLOSSER et al.
Superior Court of Connecticut,
Judicial District of HartfordNew Britain,