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Rescripts

RESCRIPTS, civ. law. The answers of the prince at the request of the parties respecting some matter in dispute between them, or to magistrates in relation to some doubtful matter submitted to him.
     2. The rescript was differently denominated, according to the character of those who sought it. They were called annotations or subnotations, when the answer was given at the request of private citizens; letters or epistles, when he answered the consultation of magistrates; pragmatic sanctions, when he answered a corporation, the citizens of a province, or a municipality. Lecons El. du Dr. Rom. Sec. 53; Code, 1, 14, 3.

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Resceit or receit
reschedule
Rescind
Rescindable
Rescindment
Rescission
Rescission of a contract
Rescissory
Rescous
Rescowe
Rescribe
Rescript
Rescription
Rescriptive
Rescriptively
Rescriptor
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Rescuable
Rescue
rescue equipment
Rescue grass
rescue operation
rescue party
rescued
Rescueless
Rescuer
Rescussee
Rescussor
Rese
reseal
Research
research center
research colloquium
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