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Condiction

CONDICTION, Lat. condictio. This term is used in the civil law in the same sense as action. Condictio certi, is an action for the recovery of a certain thing, as our action of replevin, condictio incerti, is an action given for the recovery of an uncertain thing. Dig. 12, 1.

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condensed milk
Condenser
condenser microphone
Condensible
condensing
Condensing electroscope
Condensing engine
Conder
Condescend
Condescendence
condescending
Condescendingly
condescendingness
Condescension
Condescent
Condictio indebiti
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Condign
Condignity
Condignly
Condignness
Condiment
Condisciple
Condite
Condition
condition out
Condition precedent
Conditional
conditional contract
Conditional obligation
conditional probability
conditional reaction
conditional reflex
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