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Aquae immittendae

AQUAE IMMITTENDAE, Civil law. The name of a servitude, which frequently occurs among neighbors. It is the right which the owner of a house, built in such a manner as to be surrounded with other buildings, so that it has no outlet for its waters, has, to cast water out of his windows on his neighbor's roof court or soil. Lalaure, Des. Serv. 23.

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AQL
Aqua
aqua ammonia
Aqua ammoniae
Aqua cedit solo
Aqua curit et debet currere
Aqua fortis
Aqua marine
aqua regia
Aqua Tofana
aqua vitae
Aqua-Lung
aquacultural
aquaculture
Aquae ductus
Aquae haustus
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Aquagium
aqualung
Aquamarine
aquanaut
aquaphobia
aquaphobic
aquaplane
Aquapuncture
Aquarelle
Aquarellist
Aquarial
Aquarian
Aquarium
Aquarius
Aquarius the Water Bearer
Aquatic
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