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Propres

PROPRES, French law. The term propres or biens propres, is used to denote that property which has come to an individual from his relations, either in a direct line, ascending or descending, or from a collateral line, whether the same have come by operation of law or by devise. Propres is used. in opposition to acquets. Poth. Des. Propres; 2 Burge, Confl. of Laws, 61; 2 L. R. S.

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Proposal
proposal of marriage
Proposal Writing
Propose
proposed
Proposer
Proposition
Propositional
propositional calculus
propositional logic
propositus
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propoxyphene
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Propretor
Propria persona
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Proprietary articles
proprietary colony
proprietary drug
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proprietorship certificate
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