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De son tort

DE SON TORT. Of his own wrong. This term is usually applied to a person who, having no right to meddle with the affairs or estate of a deceased person, yet undertakes to do. so, by acting as executor of the deceased. Vide Executor de son tort.

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De Niro
De non apparentibus et non existentibus eadem est ratio
De novi operis nunciatione
de novo
De odio et atia
De partitione facienda
De proprietate probanda
De Quincey
De quota litis
De reparatione facienda
De rigueur
de Sade
de Saussure
De Sica
De similibus ad similia eadem ratione procedendum est
De similibus idem est judicium
-- De son tort --
De son tort demesne
de Spinoza
de trop
De una parte
de Valera
De Vries
De warrantia diei
De-
DE-9
de-access
DE-CIX
de-emphasise
de-emphasize
de-energise
de-energize
de-escalate
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