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Consilium

CONSILIUM, or dies consilii, practice. A time allowed for the accused to make his defence, and now more commonly used for a day appointed to argue a demurrer. In civil cases, it is a special day appointed for the purpose of hearing an argument. Jer. Eq. Jur. 296; 4 Bouv. Inst. n. 3753.

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Consignify
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Consilience
Consilii
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Consimili casu
Consimilitude
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consistency
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consistently complete
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Consociation
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