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Counters

COUNTERS, English law. Formerly there were in London two prisons belonging to the sheriffs courts, which bore this name. They are now demolished. 4 Inst. 248.

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Counterpoise
counterpoised
counterpoison
Counterpole
Counterponderate
counterpose
counterpreparation fire
counterproductive
counterproposal
Counterprove
counterpunch
counterreformation
counterrevolution
counterrevolutionary
counterrevolutionist
Counterrolment
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Counterscale
Counterscarf
Counterscarp
Counterseal
Countersecure
Countershaft
countershot
Countersign
countersignature
Countersink
countersink bit
counterspy
counterstain
Counterstand
Counterstep
Counterstock
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