alio loco

In another place.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • cepit in alio loco — /siypat an eyliyow lowkow/ In old pleading, a plea in replevin, by which the defendant alleges that he took the thing replevied in another place than that mentioned in the declaration …   Black's law dictionary

  • in alio loco — /in eyl(i)yow lowkow/ In another place …   Black's law dictionary

  • Cepit in alio loco — He took in another place; a form of plea in a replevin action …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • in alio loco — In another place …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Caballo Loco — (¿1842?, cerca de la actual Rapid City, S.D., EE.UU.–5 sept. 1877, Fort Robinson, Neb.). Jefe de la tribu sioux oglala. Tras rechazar un tratado en 1868 que le concedía a los sioux una gran reserva en la sierra de Black Hills, condujo a sus… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • lieu — Lieu, m. monosyllab. Vient du Latin Locus, et signifie toute place où quelque chose est. Il se prend aussi plus largement pour un pourpris tant en bastiment qu en assiete de paysage. Selon ce on dit d une maison assise au milieu d un pays… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • DII — ingenii ab Unius notitia exerrantis figmentum, tot fuêre apud Gentiles, quot deprehendêrunt vel usui suo, vel terrori, vel admirationi apta instrumenta; omisso Eo, qui solus horum Auctor, naturâ suâ invisibilis, per visibilia haec sua opera ipsis …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • RECINUS et RECINIUM, item RICINIUM — dicitur servio, quod pallim muliebre vocat Lamprid. in Alexandro; c. 41. Festo Recinium (ita enim meliores libri habent) est omne vestimentum quadratum vel toga, quâ mulieresutebantur, praetexta clavô purpureô. Nempe pro toga vel pallio… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PANIS — I. PANIS διαιωνίξων dicebatur quem unusquisque totô aevô percipiebat, et posteris suis transmittebat. Talis ille, quem Aurelianus erogavit apud Vopisc. loc. cit. Item quem popularibus suis, Antiochensibus civibus, distribui instituisse, atque eam …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • EXTISPICES — ab extis inspiciendis dicti sunt olim Auspices, qui e victimatum in aris occisarum visceribus, ex artis suae quae Extispicina dicta est, disciplina consideratis, sutura praedicebant; de qua Cic. Extis, inquit, omnes fere utimur. Haec viguit… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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