Some of the words in question here are not ordinary English words; the plaintiff by the innuendo specified the defamatory sense in which he claimed the words were understood, but has given no evidence to show they were so understood, and so failed to establish a cause of action. Major v. McGregor (1903) 6 O.L.R. 528.
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