In fieri

IN FIERI. In the course of execution; a thing commenced but not completed. A record is said to be in fieri during the term of the court, and, during that time, it may be amended or altered at the sound discretion of the court. See 2 B. & Adol. 971.

In esse
in essence
in everyone's thoughts
in evidence
in extremis
In faciendo
in fact
In favor of
In favor with
In favorabilibus magis attenditur quod prodest quam quod nocet
In favorem libertatis
In favorem vitae
In fere
in fetters
In few
In fictione juris
-- In fieri --
In fine
In fine fettle
in fiscal matters
in flight
in flood
In foal
in focus
in for
in force
In fork
In forma pauperis
In foro conscientiae
In fraudem legis
in front
in full
in full action
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