Word:

Duplicatum jus

DUPLICATUM JUS, a twofold or double right. Those words, according to Bracton, lib. 4, c. 3, signify the same as dreit dreit, or droit droit, and are applied to a writ of right, patent, and such other writs of right as are of the same nature, and do, as it were, flow from it, as the writ of right. Booth on Real Actions, 87.

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Duplex querela
Duplex telegraphy
Duplex watch
duplexer
duplicability
duplicable
Duplicata
duplicatable
duplicate
Duplicate proportion
Duplicate whist
duplication
duplication of the cube
Duplicationem possibilitatis lex non patitur
duplicative
duplicator
-- Duplicatum jus --
duplicature
Duplicidentata
duplicitous
duplicity
Dupper
Dupuytren's contracture
Dur
Dura
Dura mater
Durability
Durable
durable goods
durable press
durable-press fabric
Durableness
durables
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