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Faut jus Fr.--A false step.- A mistake, a deviation from rec.
the body. . Habeas corpus ad prosequendum.--You may have the body in
order to prosecute. Habeas corpus ad respondendum.—You may have the body to
answer. Habeas corpus ad satisfaciendum.--You may have the body to
satisfy. Habere facias possessionem. - You shall cause to take possession. Habere facias visum.--You shall cause a view to be taken. Hors de combat. Fr.-Out of condition to fight. [bidem.-Ibid. In the same place.-A note of reference. I. E. an abbreviation of id est.--That is. Ignis fatuus.--A foolish fire.-Will o' the Wisp. Ignoramus.-We are ignorant.--An uninformed blockhead. Ignorantia facti excusat.- Ignorance of the fact excuses. I. H. S.--An abbreviation of Jesus Hominum Salvator. Jesus
the Saviour of mankind. Imperium in imperio.-A government existing within another
government—as Pennsylvania within the general government
of the United States. Imprimatur.-Let it be printed. Impromptu.-In readiness.-A witticism made out of hand. In capite.--In the head. Incognito.—Unknown.-In disguise. In curia.-In the court. In dubiis.-In matters of doubt.-In cases of uncertainty In equilibrio.-In an even poise. In esse.-In being.--In existence. In extenso.--At large-_in full. In foro conscientia.-Before the tribunal of conscience. In futuro.-In future. Henceforth. In loco.-In the place.--In the proper place.-Upon the spot. Innuendo.—By signifying.–Thereby intimating. In presenti.-At the present time.
In presenti.–At the present time.
the succession of another.
or the law of the land.
will ultimately prevail.
Minimum.- The smallest possible.
another. Modus operandi.--The method or manner of operating Multum in parvo.—Much in little. A great deal said in a few
words. Necessitas non habet legem. Necessity has no law. Ne exeat. Let him not go out. Nem. con. for nemine contradicente, and, Nem. diss. for nemine dissentiente.--No person opposing or disa
greeing.–These two phrases are synonymous. Ne plus ultra.-Nothing more beyond. Nil debet.-He owes nothing. The usual plea in an action of
debt. Nil dicit. He says nothing. Nisi prius.--Unless before. Nolens, volens.-Willing or unwilling. Noli me tangere. Do not touch me. Nolle prosequi.-To be unwilling to proceed. Non assumpsit.-He did not assume, or take to himself. Non compos mentis.-Not of sound mind.-In a delirium of lu.
Paritur pax bello. Corn. NEP.-Peace is produced by war.
no use in consultation.
first amongst his equals.
. Qui non negat, fatetur.--He who does not deny, virtually con
fesses. Qui non proficit, deficit.—He who does not advance, goes back.
ward. Qui prior est tempore, potior est jure-He who is first in point
of time, has the advantage in point of law. Qui tam.--Who as well. Quoad hoc.—As far as this.-Or, as relates to this matter. Quo animo ?--With what mind? Quo jure.-By what right. Quorum.--Of whom, or—a sufficient number to proceed in busi
Quorum pars fui.-Of whom I was one.-In which I have par
ticipated. Quota. How much-how many. Quo warranto.-By what warrant. Respondeat superior.--Let the principal answer. Respublica.--The common-weal.-The general interest. Salvo jure.--Saving the right.-A clause of exception. Sanctum Sanctorum.—The Holy of Holies. Sang froid. Fr. Cold blood.- Indifference, apathy. Sans changer. Fr.-Without changing. Scire facias.-Cause it to be known. Secundum artem.--According to art. Secundum formam statuti.—According to the form of the statute. Seriatim.--In order.--According to place or seniority. Sic transit gloria mundi.—Thus fades the glory of this world. Sicut ante. --As before. Sine cura.-Without charge.—A sinecure. Sine die.-Without a day. The business was deferred sine die. Sine dubio.-Without doubt;-assuredly. Sine invidia.-Without envy.—Not speaking invidiously. Sine odio.--Without hatred.--I speak sine odio. Sine
qua non.--A thing without which another cannot be. Soi-disant. Fr.-Self-called. Sola nobilitas virtus.–Virtue alone is true nobility. Sub poena.—Under a penalty. Sub silentio. In silence. Succedaneum. A substitute. A matter substituted. Sui generis.—Of its own kind. Summum bonum.—The chief good. Supersedeas.--You may remove or set aside. Super subjectam materiam.-On the matter submitted. Super visum corporis.—Upon a view of the body. Tant mieux. Fr.-So much the better. Tant pis. Fr.-So much the worse. Te Deum (laudamus.) --Thee, Lord, (we praise.) Tempus omnia revelat.-Time reveals all things. Terra incognita.—An unknown land or country. Tele a tete. Fr.--Head to head. In close conversation. Tout bien ou rien. Fr.-The whole or nothing. Tout ensemble. Fr.-The whole taken together. Tuebor.-I will defend. Ubi jus incertum, ibi jus nullum.—Where the law is uncertain,
there is no law. Ubi libertas, ibi patria.-Where liberty dwells, there is my coun.