ultimum supplicium

(Civil law.) The extreme punishment; the death penalty.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • ultimum supplicium — /altamam saplish(iy)am/ The last or extreme punishment; the extremity of punishment; the punishment of death. 4 Bl.Comm. 17 …   Black's law dictionary

  • ultimum supplicium esse mortem solam interpretamur — /altamam saplish(iy)am esiy mortam sowlam antarprateymar/ The extremest punishment we consider to be death alone …   Black's law dictionary

  • Ultimum supplicium esse mortem solam interpretamur — (Civil law.) We regard death alone as being the extreme punishment …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • mors dicitur ultimum supplicium — /morz disatar altamam saplish(iy)am/ Death is called the last punishment, the extremity of punishment …   Black's law dictionary

  • Mors dicitur ultimum supplicium — Death is called the extreme penalty or the extremity of punishment …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • supplicium — /saplish(iy)am/ In the civil law, punishment; corporal punishment for crime. Death was called ultimum supplicium, the last or extreme penalty …   Black's law dictionary

  • смертная казнь — по ст. 59 УК РФ один из видов наказания. С.к. как исключительная мера наказания может быть установлена только за особо тяжкие преступления, посягающие на жизнь. Не назначается женщинам, а также лицам, совершившим преступления в возрасте до 18 лет …   Большой юридический словарь

  • DUELLI Judicium — ad veri probationem introductum, quo ambiguas controversias mediae aevo ditimi mos fuit, a Septentrionalibus populis traxit originem. Apud quos, cum ab initio iam in usu esset, armis lites suas decernere, ait Vell. Patercul. praesertim id… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • LUTORIUS Priscus — praenomine Caius, Eques Rom. post celebre carmen, quo Germanici suprema defleverat, pecunia donatus a Caesare, corruptus a delatore obiectante, aegro Druso composuisle, quo, si exstinctus foret, maiore praemio vulgaretur. Ob hanc causam sententiâ …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • VITTA — an quod eâ pectus vinciatur, instar vitis ligantis, Isidor. fascia fuit, quâ caput vinciretur. Perotto. Sic Rosinus, capitis ornamenta muliebris, Vittas vocat, quibus illae capillos colligabant, ex Ovidio, l. 1. Met. v. 477. Vitta coercebat… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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