enormia


enormia
Wrongs; crimes; any acts of an unlawful character.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • enormia — /anormiya/ In old practice and pleading, unlawful or wrongful acts; wrongs. Et alia enormia, and other wrongs. This phrase constantly occurs in the old writs and declarations of trespass …   Black's law dictionary

  • enormia — /anormiya/ In old practice and pleading, unlawful or wrongful acts; wrongs. Et alia enormia, and other wrongs. This phrase constantly occurs in the old writs and declarations of trespass …   Black's law dictionary

  • alia enormia — /xliya anormiya/ Other wrongs. The name given to a general allegation of injuries caused by the defendant with which the plaintiff in an action of trespass under the common law practice concluded his declaration …   Black's law dictionary

  • alia enormia — /xliya anormiya/ Other wrongs. The name given to a general allegation of injuries caused by the defendant with which the plaintiff in an action of trespass under the common law practice concluded his declaration …   Black's law dictionary

  • alia enormia — Other wrongs. A formal, general allegation usually at the end of a declaration or complaint in an action of trespass, under which circumstances of aggravation accompanying the act complained of may be proved, without further specification in the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • CIRCULI Ferrei — in paenitentiam, ab Episcopis aut Presbyteris olim imponiti soliti iis, qui enormia quaedam crimina commiserant, eosque postea paenitentiam acturi in brachiis induebant, nec deponebant, donec post multas peregrinationes ad Sanctorum sepulchra et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • HYEMANTES — in Eccl. ver. Christiana dicti sunt, qui propter enormia delicta, non in Aedis sacrae porticum admittebantur cum aliis paenitentibus, sed foris, sub dio, omnibus aeris iniuriis expositi, stare cogebantur, cilicio induti et veniam ab intrantibus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • MOLA Asinaria — Μυλὸς ὀνικὸς memoratur Matth. c. 18. v. 6. et Lucae c. 17. v. 2. ubi de eius in καταποντισμῷ Iudaeorum usu; sicque διακρίτικῶς dicitur, ad discrimen molae trusatilis, de qua utraque Cato R. R. c. 10. Ex his trusatiles minores erant, ut quae manu… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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