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Actiones nominatae

ACTIONES NOMINATAE. Formerly the English courts of chancery would make no writs when there was no precedent, and the cases for which there were precedents were called actiones nominatoe. The statute of Westm. 2, c. 24, gave chancery authority to form new writs in consimili casu. Hence arose the action on the case. Bac. Ab. Court of Chancery, A; 17, Serg. R. 195.

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Action ad exhibendum
action at law
action mechanism
Action of a writ
Action of adherence
Action of book debt
action officer
Action on the case
action painting
action plant
action potential
action replay
action spectrum
Actionable
Actionably
Actionary
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Actionless
Actions ordinary
Actions rescissory
Actis
Actitis
Actitis hypoleucos
Actitis macularia
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activated carbon
activated charcoal
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activating agent
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