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Recuperatores

RECUPERATORES, Roman civil law. A species of judges originally established, it is supposed, to decide controversies between Roman citizens and strangers, concerning the right to the possession of property requiring speedy remedy; but gradually extended to questions which might be brought before ordinary judges. After this enlargement of their powers, the difference between them and judges, it is supposed, was simply this: If the praetor named three judges he called them recuperatores; if one, he called him judex. But opinions on this subject are very various. (Colman De Romano judicio recuperatorio,) Cicero's oration pro Coecin, 1, 3, was addressed to Recuperators.

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Rectus in curia
rectus inferior
rectus lateralis
rectus medialis
rectus superior
Recubation
Recule
Recumb
Recumbence
Recumbency
Recumbent
Recuperable
Recuperate
Recuperation
Recuperative
Recuperator
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Recur
Recure
Recureless
Recurrence
Recurrendum est ad extraordinarium quando non valet ordinarium
Recurrent
recurrent event
recurrent fever
Recurrent pulse
Recurrent sensibility
recurrently
recurring
recurring decimal
Recurring series
Recursant
recurse
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