"Jurisconsult" is a word in LAW AND LEGAL, ENGLISH

Jurisconsult LAW AND LEGAL
Definition:

A jurist; a person skilled in the science of law, particularly of international or public law

jurisconsult ENGLISH
Definition:

A man learned in the civil law; an expert in
juridical science; a professor of jurisprudence; a jurist.

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Wolf's wool is the best wool, but it cannot be sheared, because the wolf will not comply. With knowledge as with wolves' surliness, the student studies voluntarily, refusing to be less than individual. He "gives his opinion and then rests upon it"; he renders service when there is no reward, and is too reclusive for some things to seem to touch him; not because he has no feeling but because he has so much.

Marianne Moore, Complete Poems

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Abactor LAW AND LEGAL

In Roman law. A cattle thief. Also called ablgcus, q. v

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Abadengo LAW AND LEGAL

In Spanish law. Land owned by an ecclesiastical corporation, and therefore exempt from taxation. In particular, lands or towns under …

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Abalienatio LAW AND LEGAL

In Roman law. The perfect conveyance or transfer of property from one Roman citizen to another. Thls term gave place …

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Abamita LAW AND LEGAL

Lat In the civil law. A great-great-grandfather's sister, (abavi soror.) Inst 3, 6^ 6; Dig. 38, 10, 3. Called amita …

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Ab Ante LAW AND LEGAL

In advance. Thus, a legis-lature cannot agree ab ante to any modifica-tion or amendment to a law which a third …

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Abatamentum LAW AND LEGAL

L. Lat In old Eng-lish law. An abatement of freehold; an en-try upon lands by way of Interposition be-tween the …

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The removal, prostration, or destruction of that which causes a nuisance, whether by breaking or pulling it down, or otherwise …

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Abatement Of Freehold LAW AND LEGAL

This takes place where a person dies seised of an inheritance, and, before the heir or devisee enters, a stranger, …

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Abator LAW AND LEGAL

In real property law, a strap; ger who, having no right of entry, contrives to get possession of an estate …

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Abavia LAW AND LEGAL

Lat In the civil law. A great-great-grandmother. Inst 3, 6, 4; Dig. 38, 10, 1, 6; Bract fol. 68b

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Abavunoulus LAW AND LEGAL

Lat In the civil law. A great-great-grandmother's brother, (abaviae /rater.) Inst 3, 6, 6; Dig. 38, 10, 3. Called avunculus …

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Abavus LAW AND LEGAL

Lat In the civil law. A great-great-grandfather. Inst 3, 6, 4; Dig. 38,10,1, 6; Bract. foL 67a

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In Scotch law. An abstract of the decree of adjudication, and of the lauds adjudged, with the amount of the …

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Abbreviators LAW AND LEGAL

In ecclesiastical law. Officers whose duty lt is to assist ln drawing

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Abduotion LAW AND LEGAL

In criminal law. The offense of taking away a man’s wife, child, or ward, by fraud and persuasion, or open …

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Aberemurder LAW AND LEGAL

(From Sax. abere, apparent, notorious; and mord, murder.) Plain or downright murder, as distinguished from the less heinous crime of …

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Abesse LAW AND LEGAL

Lat In the civil law. To be absent; to be away from a place. Said of a person who was …

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Abet LAW AND LEGAL

In criminal law. To encourage, incite, or set another on to commit a crime. See Abettor

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Abettator LAW AND LEGAL

L. Lat In old English law. An abettor. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 65, 8 7. See Abettor

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Abettor LAW AND LEGAL

In criminal law. An instigator, or setter on; one who promotes or procures a crime to be committed; one who …

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