Letters

  • 181letters close — noun plural Date: 1891 letters issued by a government or sovereign to a private person in a private matter …

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  • 182Letters Home — in 1975. Letters Home contains an introduction by Aurelia Plath, who adds bits of commentary and context throughout. The book provides unique insight into Sylvia s mind, as her growth as a writer and as a woman is charted for more than a decade …

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  • 183Letters of Agrippa — The Letters of Agrippa [http://books.google.com/books?id=qekJAAAAIAAJ pg=PA507] were most likely written by James Winthrop. They were a part of the antifederalist movement …

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  • 184letters of credence — credentials issued to a diplomat or other governmental representative for presentation to the country to which he or she is sent. Also, letter of credence. Also called letters credential. * * * …

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  • 185letters patent — noun A type of legal document which is an open letter issued by an authority granting a right, monopoly, title, or status to a person or organization. Ant: letters close …

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  • 186letters close — noun A sealed legal document, once issued by a monarch or government, granting a right, title etc to a person or corporation Ant: letters patent …

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  • 187letters patent — plural noun an open document issued by a monarch or government conferring a patent or other right. Origin ME: from med. L. litterae patentes, lit. letters lying open …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 188letters case — raidžių registras statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. letters case vok. Buchstabenregister, n rus. буквенный регистр, m pranc. rangée lettre, f; série Lettres , f …

    Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • 189letters shift —    A teleprinter function initiated by the letters shift character, causing the machine to shift from upper to lowercase …

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  • 190letters of absolution — Absolvatory letters, used in former times, when an abbot released any of his brethren ab omnia subjectione et obedientia, etc., and made them capable of entering into some other order of religion …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 191letters of safe conduct — No subject of a nation at war with England can, by the law of nations, come into the realm, nor can travel himself upon the high seas, or send his goods and merchandise from one place to another, without danger of being seized, unless he has… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 192letters of absolution — Absolvatory letters, used in former times, when an abbot released any of his brethren ab omnia subjectione et obedientia, etc., and made them capable of entering into some other order of religion …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 193letters of safe conduct — No subject of a nation at war with England can, by the law of nations, come into the realm, nor can travel himself upon the high seas, or send his goods and merchandise from one place to another, without danger of being seized, unless he has… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 194letters of administration — The official exemplification of the record of the appointment of an administrator of a decedent s estate by the court. 31 Am J Ex & Ad § 89. Letters granted to a person by a probate court evidencing such person s authority to act as administrator …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 195letters overt — Same as letters patent …

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  • 196letters testamentary — An official exemplification of the record of the appointment of an executor by the court. 31 Am J Ex & Ad § 91. Letters issued by a court of probate to a person as evidence of his authority and office as the executor of a deceased person s estate …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 197letters overt — noun plural Etymology: translation of Anglo French lettres overtes, translation of Medieval Latin litterae patentes : letters patent …

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  • 198letters-of-marque — letter of marqueˈ or letters of marqueˈ A privateer s licence to commit acts of hostility • • • Main Entry: ↑marque …

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  • 199letters of administration — Date: 15th century a letter evidencing the right of an administrator to administer the goods or estate of a deceased person …

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  • 200letters of marque — Date: 15th century written authority granted to a private person by a government to seize the subjects of a foreign state or their goods; specifically a license granted to a private person to fit out an armed ship to plunder the enemy …

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