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Ne unjuste vexes

NE UNJUSTE VEXES, old Eng. law. The name of a writ which issued to relieve a tenant upon, whom his lord had distrained for more services than he was bound to perform.
     2. It was a prohibition to the lord, not unjustly to distrain or vex his tenant. F. N. B. h.t.

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NDT
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ne
Ne . . . ne
Ne baila pas
Ne disturba pas
Ne dona pas
Ne exeat
Ne exeat republica
Ne luminibus officiator
Ne plus ultra
Ne recipiatur
Ne relessa pas
Ne Temere
-- Ne unjuste vexes --
Ne unques accouple
Ne unques executor
Ne unques seisie quiz dower
Ne unques son receiver
Ne varietur
Ne'er
Ne'er-do-well
NEA
Neaf
Neal
Neandertal
Neandertal man
neanderthal
Neanderthal man
Neanderthalian
Neanderthaloid
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