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Matter in deed

MATTER IN DEED. Matter in deed is such matter as may be proved or established by a deed or specialty. In another sense it signifies matter of fact, in contradistinction to matter of law. Co. Litt. 320; Steph. Pl. 197.

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Matross
matsyendra
Matt
matt-up
Mattages
Mattamore
Matte
matte up
Matted
Matted glass
Matter
Matter in bar
-- Matter in deed --
Matter in pays
matter of course
matter of fact
matter of law
Matter of record
matter to
matter-of-course
Matter-of-fact
Matterhorn
Matterless
Mattery
Matteuccia
Matteuccia struthiopteris
Matthew
Matthew Arnold
Matthew Calbraith Perry
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