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Sacquier

SACQUIER, maritime law. The same of an ancient officer, whose business "was to load and unload vessels laden with salt, corn, or fish, to prevent the ship's crew defrauding the merchant by false tale, or cheating him of his merchandise otherwise." Laws of Oleron, art. 11, published in an English translation in an Appendix to 1 Pet. Adm. R. XXV. See Arrameur; Stevedore.

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Sack tree
sack up
Sack-winged
Sackage
Sackbut
Sackcloth
sackcloth and ashes
Sackclothed
sacked
Sacker
Sackful
Sacking
Sackless
SACLANT
saclike
Sacque
-- Sacquier --
Sacral
sacral nerve
sacral plexus
sacral vein
sacral vertebra
Sacrament
sacrament of the Eucharist
Sacramental
sacramental manduction
sacramental oil
sacramental wine
Sacramentalism
Sacramentalist
Sacramentally
Sacramentarian
Sacramentary
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