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Dies datus

DIES DATUS, practice. A day or time given to a defendant in a suit, which is in fact a continuance of the cause. It is so called when given before a declaration; when it is allowed afterwards it assumes the name of imparlance. (q.v.)

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Diego Rivera
Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez
Diegueno
diehard
Dielectric
dielectric heating
dielectrolysis
Dielytra
diemaker
Dien Bien Phu
Diencephalon
Dieresis
Diervilla
Diervilla lonicera
Diervilla sessilifolia
Dies
-- Dies datus --
Dies dominicus non est juridicus
Dies inceptus pro completo habetur
Dies incertus pro conditione habetur
Dies Irae
Dies juridicus
Dies non
Dies non juridici
Dies non or dies non juridici
Diesel
diesel engine
diesel fuel
diesel locomotive
diesel motor
diesel oil
diesel-electric
diesel-electric locomotive
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