Eat inde sine die


Eat inde sine die
Let him go hence without day,–formal words used in a judgment of acquittal on a charge of crime. eau. (French.) Water.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • eat inde sine die — /iyat indiy sayniy day(iy)/ Words used on the acquittal of a defendant, or when a prisoner is to be discharged, that he may go thence without a day, i.e., be dismissed without any further continuance or adjournment …   Black's law dictionary

  • eat inde sine die — /iyat indiy sayniy day(iy)/ Words used on the acquittal of a defendant, or when a prisoner is to be discharged, that he may go thence without a day, i.e., be dismissed without any further continuance or adjournment …   Black's law dictionary

  • United States v. Ball — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants = United States v. Ball ArgueDate = ArgueYear = DecideDate = May 25 DecideYear = 1896 FullName = United States v. Ball, et al. USVol = 163 USPage = 662 Citation = Prior = Subsequent = Holding = SCOTUS = 1896 1897… …   Wikipedia

  • VESTIS — primi hominis innocentia fuit, cui postquam iniquitas successit, vidit se nudum esse, et consutis foliis fecit sibi subligacula, Genes. c. 3. v. 7. ut sic membris minime honestis honorem circumponeret, prout loquitur Paulus 1. Corinth. c. 12. v.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • VAS, ADIS — Varroni, de L. L. l. 5. dictus est, qui pro alieno vadimonium promitiebat. Consuetudo enim erat, cum reus parum esset idoneus in certis rebus, ut pro se alterum daret. Paulus ex Festo Vadem interpretatur Sponsorem datum in re capitali: quam… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Narr — (s. ⇨ Geck). 1. A Narr hot a schöne Welt. (Jüd. deutsch. Warschau.) Dem Dummen erscheint die Welt um so schöner, als er von manchen ihrer Uebel und Leiden nicht berührt wird. 2. A Narr hot lieb Süss. (Jüd. deutsch. Warschau.) Diese auch in… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Glück — 1. Am Glück ist alles gelegen. Frz.: Il n y a qu heure et malheur en ce monde. Lat.: Fortuna homini plus quam consilium valet. 2. Bâr d s Glück hat, fürt di Braut hem. (Henneberg.) – Frommann, II, 411, 141. 3. Bei grossem Glück bedarf man gute… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Katze — 1. A Kât luckat efter a Könnang. (Nordfries.) – Johansen, 57. Eine Katze lugt, sieht nach einem Könige. 2. Ain katz vnd ain muz, zwen han in aim huz, ain alt man vnd ain iung wib belibent selten an kib. – Reinmar d.A., 1200. 3. Alle (alte) Katten …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • CHORUS — I. CHORUS pars Comediae, una ex accessoriis, inter actum et actum: vel pars est, post actum introducta cum concentu. Dicebatur autem sic primo, multitudo canentium saltantiumque cum tibicine: idque antiquitus circa aras Deûm, Virg. aen. l. 6. v.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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