a rubro ad nigrum
From the red to the black,-from the title of a statute in red ink, to the body of it in black ink.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • a rubro ad nigrum — /ey ruwbrow aed naygram/ From the red to the black; from the rubric or title of a statute (which, anciently, was in red letters), to its body, which was in the ordinary black …   Black's law dictionary

  • a rubro ad nigrum — /ey ruwbrow aed naygram/ From the red to the black; from the rubric or title of a statute (which, anciently, was in red letters), to its body, which was in the ordinary black …   Black's law dictionary

  • ad nigrum — See a rubro ad nigrum …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • AEGAEUM Mare — vulgo Archipelago, Turcis Acdenix, teste Leunclaviô, i. e. Mare album, ut opponitur Ponto Euxino, quam Garadenix appellant, i. e. Mare nigrum, pars maris Mediterranei, Europam ab Asia dividens, in quo insulae plurimae Cyclades sunt, et Sporades.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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