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Arretted

ARRETTED, arrectatus, i. e. ad rectum vocatus. Convened before a judge and charged with a crime. Ad rectum malefactorem, is, according to Bracton, to have a malefactor forthcoming to be put on his trial. Sometimes it is used for imputed or laid to his charge; as, no folly may be arretted to any one under age. Bract. 1. 3, tr. 2, c. 10; Cunn. Dict. h.t.

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Arrest
Arrest in civil cases
Arrest of
Arrest of judgment
arrest warrant
Arrestandis bonis ne dissipentur
Arrestation
arrested
arrested development
Arrestee
Arrester
arrester hook
Arresting
Arrestive
Arrestment
Arret
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Arrha
Arrhae
Arrhaphostic
Arrhenatherum
Arrhenatherum elatius
Arrhenius
Arrhenius theory of dissociation
Arrhizal
arrhythmia
Arrhythmic
arrhythmical
Arrhytmy
Arride
Arriere
Arriere fee
arriere pensee
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