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Lay days

LAY DAYS, mar. law. The time allowed to the master of a vessel for loading and unloading the same. In the absence of any custom to the contrary, Sundays are to be computed in the calculation of lay days at the port of discharge. 10 Mees. & Wels. 331. See 3 Esp. 121. They differ from demurrage. (q.v.)

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lay away
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lay claim
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-- Lay days --
lay down
Lay elder
lay eyes on
lay figure
lay hands on
lay in
lay into
lay off
lay on the line
lay out
lay over
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lay to rest
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