A Law Glossary of the Latin, Greek, Norman, French, and Other Languages: Interspersed in the Commentaries by Sir W. Blackstone, Knt. and Various Law Treatise Upon Each Branch of the Profession; Translated Into English, and Alphabetically Arranged

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Fb&c Limited, Jul 25, 2017 - 230 pages
Excerpt from A Law Glossary of the Latin, Greek, Norman, French, and Other Languages: Interspersed in the Commentaries by Sir W. Blackstone, Knt. And Various Law Treatise Upon Each Branch of the Profession; Translated Into English, and Alphabetically Arranged

AB antiquo. Of an ancient date; of old. Ab ardendo. From burning; whence arson. Abacus. A grandfather's grandfather.

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