Prow

  • 81 pro opere et labore — /prow opariy et bboriy/ For work and labor …

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  • 82 pro partibus liberandis — /prow partsbas libaraendas/ An ancient writ for partition of lands between co heirs …

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  • 83 pro possessione presumitur de jure — /prow pazeshiyowniy praz(y)umatar diy juriy/ From possession arises a presumption of law …

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  • 84 pro possessore — /prow powzasoriy/ As a possessor; by title of a possessor …

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  • 85 pro possessore habetur qui dolo injuriave desiit possidere — /prow powzasoriy habiytar kway dowlow anjuriyeyviy desiyat posadiriy/ He is esteemed a possessor whose possession has been disturbed by fraud or injury …

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  • 86 pro posse suo — /prow posiy s(y)iiwow/ To the extent of his power or ability …

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  • 87 pro querente — /prow kwarentiy/ For the plaintiff; usually abbreviated pro quer …

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  • 88 pro rata — /prow reyta/ Proportionately; according to a certain rate, percentage, or proportion. According to measure, interest, or liability. According to a certain rule or proportion. For example, if a corporation has ten shareholders each of whom owns… …

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  • 89 pro re nata — /prow riy neyta/ For the affair immediately in hand; for the occasion as it may arise; adapted to meet the particular occasion. Thus, a course of judicial action adopted under pressure of the exigencies of the affair in hand, rather than in… …

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  • 90 pro salute animae — /prow sal(y)uwtiy aenamiy/ For the good of his soul. All prosecutions in the ecclesiastical courts are pro salute animoe; hence it will not be a temporal damage founding an action for slander that the words spoken put any one in danger of such a… …

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  • 91 pro se — /prow siy/ For one s own behalf; in person. Appearing for oneself, as in the case of one who does not retain a lawyer and appears for himself in court …

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  • 92 pro socio — /prow sowsh(iy)ow/ For a partner; the name of an action in behalf of a partner. A title of the civil law …

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  • 93 pro solido — /prow soladow/ For the whole; as one; jointly; without division …

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  • 94 pro tanto — /prow taentow/ For so much; for as much as may be; as far as it goes. Partial payment made on a claim. Commonly used in eminent domain cases to describe a partial payment made for the taking by the government without prejudice to the right of the …

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  • 95 pro tern — /prow tern/ Abbreviation for pro tempore which means, literally, for the time being. Hence, one who acts as a substitute on a temporary basis is said to serve pro tern …

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  • 96 pro tempore — /prow tempariy/ For the time being; temporarily; provisionally …

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  • 97 prowfish — /prow fish /, n., pl. prowfishes, (esp. collectively) prowfish. a fish, Zaprora silenus, of the North Pacific. [PROW1 + FISH] …

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  • 98 prowessed — prowˈessed adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑prowess …

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  • 99 pro·hi·bi·tion — /ˌprowəˈbıʃən/ noun, pl tions 1 [noncount] : the act of not allowing something to be used or done the city s prohibition of smoking in restaurants 2 [count] : a law or order that stops something from being used or done a prohibition against… …

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  • 100 pro·hi·bi·tion·ist — /ˌprowəˈbıʃənıst/ noun, pl ists [count] : someone who supported the laws that made the production and sale of alcohol illegal in the U.S. during Prohibition …

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