The definition given by the court was substantially correct.
Moving at a speed of six or seven miles an hour, I could stop in five feet by the use of the emergency and the foot brake — that grade at that place.
Vesper was a fair and honorable witness and worthy of belief, and that her statements as a witness should be credited, and that no witness whose dealings were so open and frank could be guilty of an untruth, and the jury ought, therefore, to believe her testimony.
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Vesper was incompetent, inexperienced, and unskillful, and thereby unable to carefully manage and operate the automobile; and 7 by her failure to slow down and stop the machine and avoid injuring plaintiff after she discovered the latter's danger.
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