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Exercitor

EXERCITOR. A term in the civil law, to denote the person who fits out, and equips a vessel, whether he be the absolute or qualified owner, or even a mere agent. Emer. on Mar. Loans, c. 1, s. 1.
     2. In English, we generally use the word "ship's husband," but exercitor is generally used to designate and distinguish from among several part owners of a ship, the one who has the immediate care an management of her. Hall on Mar. Loans 142, n. See Dig. 19, 2, 19, 7; Id. 14, 1 1, 15; Vicat, Vocab.; Ship's husband.

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exercisable
Exercise
exercise bike
Exercise bone
exercise device
exercise set
exercise, left as an
exerciser
Exercisible
exercising
exercising weight
Exercitation
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exercycle
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Exert
Exertion
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Exestuation
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exfiltration operation
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