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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Construction \Con*struc"tion\, n. [L. constructio: cf. F.
     construction.]
     1. The process or art of constructing; the act of building;
        erection; the act of devising and forming; fabrication;
        composition.
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     2. The form or manner of building or putting together the
        parts of anything; structure; arrangement.
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              An astrolabe of peculiar construction. --Whewell.
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     3. (Gram.) The arrangement and connection of words in a
        sentence; syntactical arrangement.
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              Some particles . . . in certain constructions have
              the sense of a whole sentence contained in them.
                                                    --Locke.
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     4. The method of construing, interpreting, or explaining a
        declaration or fact; an attributed sense or meaning;
        understanding; explanation; interpretation; sense.
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              Any person . . . might, by the sort of construction
              that would be put on this act, become liable to the
              penalties of treason.                 --Hallam.
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              Strictly, the term [construction] signifies
              determining the meaning and proper effect of
              language by a consideration of the subject matter
              and attendant circumstances in connection with the
              words employed.                       --Abbott.
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              Interpretation properly precedes construction, but
              it does not go beyond the written text. --Parsons.
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     Construction of an equation (Math.), the drawing of such
        lines and figures as will represent geometrically the
        quantities in the equation, and their relations to each
        other.
  
     Construction train (Railroad), a train for transporting men
        and materials for construction or repairs.
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Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  construction
       n 1: the act of constructing or building something; "during the
            construction we had to take a detour"; "his hobby was
            the building of boats" [syn: building]
       2: the commercial activity involved in constructing buildings;
          "their main business is home construction"; "workers in
          the building trades" [syn: building]
       3: a thing constructed; a complex construction or entity; "the
          structure consisted of a series of arches"; "she wore her
          hair in an amazing construction of whirls and ribbons"
          [syn: structure]
       4: a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and
          are considered as a single unit; "I concluded from his
          awkward constructions that he was a foreigner" [syn: grammatical
          construction, expression] [ant: misconstruction]
       5: the creation of a construct; the process of combining ideas
          into a congruous object of thought [syn: mental synthesis]
       6: an interpretation of a text or action; "they put an
          unsympathetic construction on his conduct" [syn: twist]
       7: drawing a figure satisfying certain conditions as part of
          solving a problem or proving a theorem; "the assignment
          was to make a construction that could be used in proving
          the Pythagorean theorem"

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  152 Moby Thesaurus words for "construction":
     acronym, acrostic, adjectival phrase, anatomy, architectonics,
     architecture, arrangement, assemblage, assembly, avyayibhava,
     back formation, build, building, buildup, casting, clause,
     clipped word, combination, composition, compound, conformation,
     conjugate, constitution, construct, conversion, crafting,
     craftsmanship, creation, cultivation, definition, description,
     design, devising, diagnosis, dvandva, dvigu, edifice, elaboration,
     embodiment, endocentric compound, erection, establishment,
     exegesis, exocentric compound, explanation, explication, expose,
     exposition, expression, extraction, fabric, fabrication, fashion,
     fashioning, forging, form, format, formation, forming, formulation,
     frame, framing, getup, growing, handicraft, handiwork, harvesting,
     headed group, house, idiom, idiotism, incorporation,
     interpretation, junction, locution, machining, make, makeup,
     making, manner of speaking, manufacture, manufacturing, meaning,
     milling, mining, mixture, mold, molding, noun phrase,
     organic structure, organism, organization, packaged house,
     paragraph, paronym, pattern, patterning, peculiar expression,
     period, phrasal idiom, phrase, physique, piecing together, pile,
     plan, prefab, prefabrication, preparation, processing, producing,
     production, putting together, pyramid, raising, reading, refining,
     sentence, set phrase, setup, shape, shaping, skyscraper, smelting,
     spoonerism, standard phrase, structure, structuring,
     superstructure, syneresis, syntactic structure, synthesis,
     tatpurusha, tectonics, term, texture, tissue, tower,
     turn of expression, turn of phrase, usage, utterance, verb complex,
     verb phrase, verbalism, warp and woof, way of seeing,
     way of speaking, weave, web, word form, word-group, workmanship  
     
Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  CONSTRUCTION, practice. It is defined by Mr. Powell to be "the drawing in 
  inference by the act of reason, as to the intent of an instrument, from 
  given circumstances, upon principles deduced from men's general motives, 
  conduct and action." This definition may, perhaps, not be sufficiently 
  complete, inasmuch as the term instrument generally implies something 
  reduced into writing, whereas construction, is equally necessary to 
  ascertain the meaning of engagements merely verbal. In other respects it 
  appears to be perfectly accurate. The Treatise of Equity, defines 
  interpretation to be the collection of the meaning out of signs the most 
  probable. 1 Powell on Con. 370. 
       2. There are two kinds of constructions; the first, is literal or 
  strict; this is uniformly the construction given to penal statutes. 1 Bl. 
  Com. 88; 6 Watt's & Serg. 276; 3 Taunt. 377. 2d. The other is liberal, and 
  applied, usually, to remedial laws, in order to enforce them according to 
  their spirit. 
       3. In the supreme court of the United States, the rule which has been 
  uniformly observed in construing statutes, is to adopt the construction 
  made by the courts of the country by whose legislature the statute was 
  enacted. This rule may be susceptible of some modification when applied to 
  British statutes which are adopted in any of these states. By adopting them, 
  they become our own, as entirely as if they had been enacted by the 
  legislature of the state. 
       4. The received construction, in England, at the time they are admitted 
  to operate in this country - indeed, to the time of our separation from the 
  British empire - may very properly be considered as accompanying the 
  statutes themselves, and forming an integral part of them. But, however we 
  may respect the subsequent decisions (and certainly they are entitled to 
  great respect,) we do not admit their absolute authority. If the English 
  courts vary their construction of a statute, which is common to the two 
  countries, we do not hold ourselves bound to fluctuate with them. 5 Pet. R. 
  280. 
       5. The great object which the law has in all cases, in contemplation, 
  as furnishing the leading principle of the rules to be observed in the 
  construction of contracts, is, that justice is to be done between the 
  parties, by enforcing the performance of their agreement, according to the 
  sense in which it was mutually understood and relied upon at the time of 
  making it. 
       6. When the contract is in writing, the difficulty lies only in the 
  construction of the words; when it is to be made out by parol testimony, 
  that difficulty is augmented by the possible mistakes of the witnesses as to 
  the words used by the parties; but still, when the evidence is received, it 
  must be assumed as correct, when a construction is to be put upon it. The 
  following are the principal rules to be observed in the construction of 
  contracts. When. the words used are of precise and unambiguous meaning, 
  leading to no absurdity, that meaning is to be taken as conveying the 
  intention of the parties. But should there be manifest absurdity in the 
  application of such meaning, to the particular occasion, this will let in 
  construction to discover the true intention of the parties: for example; 
  1st. When words are manifestly inconsistent with the declared purpose and 
  object of the contract, they will be rejected; as if, in a contract of sale, 
  the price of the thing sold should be acknowledged as received, while the 
  obligation of the seller was not to deliver the commodity. 2 Atk. R. 32. 2d. 
  When words are omitted so as to defeat the effect of the contract, they will 
  be supplied by the obvious sense and inference from the context; as, if the 
  contract stated that the seller, for the consideration of one hundred 
  dollars, sold a horse, and the buyer promised to pay him for the said horse 
  one hundred, the word dollars would be supplied. 1 3d. When the words, taken 
  in one sense, go to defeat the contract, while they are susceptible of 
  another construction which will give effect to the design of the parties, 
  and not destroy it, the latter will be preferred. Cowp. 714. 
       8.-2. The plain, ordinary, and popular sense of the words, is to be 
  preferred to the more unusual, etymological, and recondite meaning or even 
  to the literal, and strictly grammatical construction of the words, where 
  these last would lead to any inefficacy or inconsistency. 
       9.-3. When a peculiar meaning has been stamped upon the words by the 
  usage of a particular trade or place in which the contract occurs, such 
  technical or peculiar meaning will prevail. 4 East, R. 135. It is as if the 
  parties in framing their contract had made use of a foreign language, which 
  the court is not bound to understand, but which on evidence of its import, 
  must be applied. 7 Taunt. R. 272; 1 Stark. R. 504. But the expression so 
  made technical and appropriate, and the usage by which it has become so, 
  must be so clear that the court cannot entertain a doubt upon the subject. 2 
  Bos. & P. 164; 3 Stark. Ev. 1036: 6 T. R. 320. Technical words are to be 
  taken according to their approved and known use in the trade in which the 
  contract is entered into, or to which it relates, unless they have 
  manifestly been understood in another sense by the parties. Vide 16 Serg. & 
  R. 126. 
      10.-4. The place where a contract has been made, is a most material 
  consideration in its construction. Generally its validity is to be decided 
  by the law of the place where it is made; if valid there, it is considered 
  valid every where. 2 Mass. R. 88; 1 Pet. R. 317 Story, Confl. of Laws, 2; 4 
  Cowen's R. 410, note; 2 Kent, p. 39, 457, in the notes 3 Conn. R. 253, 472; 
  4 Conn. R. 517. Its construction is to be according to the laws of the place 
  where it is made for example, where a note was given in China, payable 
  eighteen months after date, without any stipulation as to the amount of 
  interest, the court allowed the Chinese interest of one per centum per month 
  from the expiration of the eighteen mouths. 1 Wash. C. C. R. 253 see 12. 
  Mass. R. 4, and the article Interest for Money. 
      11.-5. Previous conversations, and all that passes in the course of 
  correspondence or negotiation leading to the contract, are entirely 
  superseded by the written agreement. The parties having agreed to reduce the 
  terms of their contract to writing, the document is constituted as the only 
  true and final exposition of their admissions and intentions; and nothing 
  which does not appear in the written agreement will be considered as a part 
  of the contract. 5 Co. R. 26; 2 B. & C. 634; 4 Taunt. R. 779. But this rule 
  admits of some exceptions; as, where a declaration is made before a deed is 
  executed, showing the design with which it was to be executed, in cases of 
  frauds; 1 S. & R. 464; 10 S. & R. 292; and trusts, though no trust was 
  declared in the writing. 1 Dall. R. 426; 7 S. & R. 114. 
      12.-6. All contracts made in general terms, in the ordinary course of 
  trade, are presumed to incorporate the usage and custom of the trade to 
  which they relate. The parties are presumed to know such usages, and not to 
  intend to exclude them. But when there is a special stipulation in 
  opposition to, or inconsistent with the custom, that will of course prevail. 
  Holt's R. 95. 
      13.-7. When there is an ambiguity which impedes the execution of the 
  contract, it is first, if possible, to be resolved, on a view of the whole 
  contract or instrument, aided by the admitted views of the parties, and, if 
  indispensable, parol evidence may be admitted to clear it, consistently with 
  the words. 1 Dall. R. 426; 4 Dall. R. 34 0; 8 S. & R. 609. 
      14.-8. When the words cannot be reconciled with any practicable or 
  consistent interpretation, they are to be considered as not made use of 
  "perinde sunt ac si scripts non essent." 
      15. It is the duty of the court to give a construction to all written 
  instruments; 3 Binn. R. 337; 7 S. & R. 372; 15 S. & R. 100 4 S. & R. 279 8 
  S. & R. 381; 1 Watts. R. 425; 10 Mass. R. 384; 3 Cranch, R. 180 3 Rand. R. 
  586 to written evidence 2 Watts, R. 347 and to foreign laws, 1 Penna. R. 
  388. For general rules respecting the construction of contracts, see 2 Bl. 
  Com. 379; 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 658, 669; 2 Com. on Cont. 23 to 28 3 Chit. Com. 
  Law, 106 to 118 Poth. Oblig. P. 1, c. 1, art. 7; 2 Evans' Poth. Ob. 35; Long 
  on Sales, 106; 1 Fonb. Eq. 145, n. b Id. 440, n. 1; Whart. Dig. Contract, F; 
  1 Powell on Contr. 370 Shepp. Touchst. c. 5 Louis. Code, art. 1940 to 1957; 
  Corn. Dig. Merchant, (E 2,) n. j.; 8 Com. Dig. tit. Contract, iv.; Lilly's 
  Reg. 794; 18 Vin. Abr. 272, tit. Reference to Words; 16 Vin. Abr. 199, tit. 
  Parols; Hall's Dig. 33, 339; 1 Ves. Jun. 210, n.; Vattel, B. 2, c. 17; Chit. 
  Contr. 19 to 22; 4 Kent. Com. 419; Story's Const. Sec. 397-456; Ayl. Pa d. 
  B. 1, t. 4; Rutherf. Inst. B. 2, c. 7, Sec. 4-11; 20 Pick. 150; 1 Bell's 
  Com. 5th ed. 431; and the articles, Communings; Evidence; Interpretation; 
  Parol; Pourparler. As to the construction of wills, see 1 Supp. to Ves. Jr. 
  21, 39, 56, 63, 228, 260, 273, 275, 364, 399; 1 United States Law Journ. 
  583; 2 Fonb. Eq. 309; Com. Dig. Estates by Devise. N 1; 6 Cruise's Dig. 171 
  Whart. Dig. Wills, D. As to the construction, of Laws, see Louis. Code, art. 
  13 to 21; Bac. Ab. Statutes, J; 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 86-90; 3 Bin. 858; 4 Bin. 
  169, 172; 2 S. & R. 195; 2 Bin. 347 Rob. Digest, Brit. Stat. 370; 7 Term. 
  Rep. 8 2 Inst. 11, 136; 3 Bin. 284-5; 3 S. & R. 129; 1 Peere Wms. 207; 3 
  Burr. Rep. 1755-6; 3 Yeates, 108; 11 Co. 56, b; 1 Jones 26; 3 Yeates, 113 
  117, 118, 120; Dwarris on Statutes. 
      16. The following words and phrases have received judicial construction 
  in the cases referred to. The references may be useful to the student and 
  convenient to the practitioner. 
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  A and his associates. 2 Nott.& M'Cord, 400.
  A B, agent. 1 Breese's R. 172.
  A B, (seal) agent for C D. 1 Blackf. R. 242.
  A case. 9 Wheat. 738.
  A piece of land. Moor. 702; S. C. Owen, 18. 
  A place called the vestry. 3 Lev. R. 96; 2 Ld. Raym. 1471. 
  A slave set at liberty. 3 Conn. R. 467.
  A true bill. I Meigs, 109.
  A two penny bleeder. 3 Whart. R. 138.
  Abbreviations. 4 C. & P. 51; S. C. 19 Engl. C. L. R. 268.
  Abide. 6 N. H. Rep. 162.
  About. 2 Barn. & Adol. 106; 22 E. C. L. R. 36; 5 Greenl. R. 482. See 4 
    Greenl. 286. About _____ dollars. 5 Serg. & Rawles, 402. 
  About $150. 9 Shep. 121.
  Absolute disposal. 2 Eden, 87; 1 Bro. P. C. 476; 2 Johns. R. 391; 12 Johns. 
    R. 389. 
  Absolutely. 2 Pa. St. R. 133.
  Accept. 4 Gill & Johns. 5, 129
  Acceptance. There is your bill, it is all right. 1 Esp. 17. If you will send 
    it to the counting-house again, I will give directions for its being 
    accepted. 3 Camp. 179. What, not accepted ? We have had the money, and 
    they ought to have been paid; but I do not interfere; you should see my 
    partner. 3 Bing. R. 625; S. C. 13 Eng. C. L. R. 78. The bill shall be duly 
    honored, and placed to the drawer's credit. 1 Atk. 611. Vide Leigh's N. P. 
    420. 
  Accepted. 2 Hill, R. 582.
  According to the bill delivered by the plaintiff to the defendant. 3 T. R. 
    575. 
  According to their discretion. 5 Co. 100; 8 How,. St. Tr. 55 n.
  Account. 5 Cowen, 587, 593. Account closed. 8 Pick. 191. Account stated. 8 
    Pick. 193. Account dealings. 5 Mann. & Gr. 392, 398. 
  Account and risk. 4 East, R. 211; Holt on Sh. 376.
  Accounts. 2 Conn. R. 433.
  Across. 1 Fairf. 391.
  Across a country. 3 Mann. & Gr. 759.
  Act of God. 1 Cranch, 345; 22 E. C. L. R. 36; 12 Johns. R. 44; 4
  Add. Eccl. R. 490.
  Acts. Platt on Cov. 334.
  Actual cost. 2 Mason, R. 48, 393, 2 Story's C. C. R. 422.
  Actual damages. 1 Gall. R. 429.
  Adhere. 4 Mod. 153.
  Adjacent. Cooke, 129.
  Adjoining. 1 Turn. R. 21.
  Administer. 1 Litt. R. 93, 100.
  Ad tunc et indem. I Ld. Raym. 576.
  Advantage, priority or preference. 4 W. C. C. R. 447.
  Adverse possession. 3 Watts, 70, 77, 205, 345; 3 Penna. R. 134; 2 Rawle's R. 
    305; 17 Serg. & Rawle, 104; 2 Penna. R. 183; 3 Wend. 337, 357; 4 Wend. 
    507; 7 Wend. 62; 8 Wend. 440; 9 Wend. 523; 15 Wend. 597; 4 Paige, 178; 2 
    Gill & John. 173; 6 Pet. R. 61, 291 11 Pet. R. 41; 4 Verm. 155; 14 Pick. 
    461. 
  Advice. As per advice. Chit. Bills, 185.
  Affecting. 9 Wheat. 855.
  Aforesaid. Ld. Baym. 256; Id. 405.
  After paying debts. 1 Ves. jr. 440; 3 Ves. 738; 2 Johns. Ch. R. 614; 1 Bro. 
    C. C. 34; 2 Sch. & Lef. 188. 
  Afterwards to wit. 1 Chit. Cr. Laws, 174.
  Against all risks. 1 John. Cas. 337.
  Aged, impotent, and poor people. Preamble to Stat. 43 Eliz. c. 4; 17 Ves. 
    173, in notes; Amb. 595; 7 Ves. 423; Scho. & Lef. 111; 1 P. Wims. 674; S. 
    C. Eq. Cas. Ab. 192, pl. 9; 4 Vin. Ab. 485; 7 Ves. 98, note; 16 Ves. 206: 
    Duke's Ch. Uses, by Bridgman, 361; 17 Ves. 371; Boyle on Charities, 31. 
  Agreed. 1 Roll's Ab. 519,
  Agreement. 7 E. C. L. R. 331; 3 B. & B. 14; Fell on Guar. 262. Of a good 
    quality and moderate price. 1 Mo. & Malk. 483; S. C. 22 E. C. L. R. 363. 
  Aiding and abetting. Act of Congress of 1818, c. 86, Sec. 3; 12 Wheat. 460. 
  Aliments. Dig. 34, 1, 1. 
  All. 1 Vern. 3; 3 P. Wms. 56; 1 Vern. 341; Dane's Ab. Index, h.t.
  All debts due to me.; 1 Meriv. 541, n.; 3 Meriv. 434. All I am worth. 1 Bro. 
    C. C. 487; 8 Ves. 604. All I am possessed of. 5 Ves. 816. All my clothes 
    and linen whatsoever. 3 Bro. C. C. 311. All my household goods and 
    furniture, except my plate and watch. 2 Munf. 234. All my estate. Cows, 
    299; 9 Ves. 604. All my real property. 18 Ves. 193. All my freehold lands. 
    6 Ves. 642. All and every other my lands, tenements, and hereditaments. 8 
    Ves. 256; 2 Mass. 56; 2 Caines' R. 345; 4 Johns. R. 398. All the 
    inhabitants. 2 Conn. R. 20. All sorts of. 1 Holt's N. P. R. 69. All 
    business. 8 Wendell. 498; 23 E. C. L. R. 398; 1 Taunt. R. 349; 7 B. & Cr. 
    278, 283, 284. 
  All claims and demands whatsoever. 1 Edw. Ch. R. 34. All baggage is at the 
    owner's risk. 13 Wend. R. 611; 5 Rawle's R. 179; 1 Pick. R. 53; 3 Fairf R. 
    422; 4 Har. & John. 317. All civil suits. 4 S. & R. 76. All demands. 2 
    Caines' R. 320, 327; 15 John R. 197; 1 Ld. Raym. 114. All lots I own in 
    the town of F. 4 Bibb, R, 288. All the buildings thereon. 4 Mass. R. 110; 
    7 John. R. 217. All my rents. Cro. Jac. 104. All I am worth. 1 Bro. C. C. 
    437. All and every other my lands, tenements, and hereditaments. 8 Ves. 
    246; 2 Mass. 56; 2 Caines' R. 345; 4 John. Ch. 388. 
  All other articles perishable in their own nature. 7 Cowen, 202.
  All and every. Ward on Leg. 105; Cox, R. 213.
  All minerals, or magnesia of any kind. 5 Watts, 34.
  All my notes. 2 Dev. Eq. R. 489.
  All that I possess, in doors and out of doors. 3 Hawks, R. 74.
  All timber trees and other trees, but not the annual fruit thereof. 8 D. & 
    R. 657; S. ic. 5 B. & C, R. 942. 
  All two lots. 7 Gill & Johns. 227.
  All action. 5 Binn. 457.
  Also. 4 Rawle, R. 69; 2 Bayw. 161
  Amongst. 9 Ves. 445; 9 Wheat. R. 164; 6 Munf. 352. 
  And, construed or. 3 Ves. 450; 7 Ves. 454; 1 Supp. to Ves. jr. 435; 2 Supp. 
    to Ves. jr. 9, 43, 114; 1 Yeates, 41, 319; 1 Serg. & Rawle, 141. Vide 
    Disjunction, Or. 
  And all the buildings thereon. 4 Mass. R. 110; 7 John R. 217.
  And also. 1 Hayw. 161.
  And so on, from year to year, until the tenancy hereby created shall be 
    determined as hereinafter mentioned. 1 P. & D. 454; and see 2 Campb. R. 
    573; 3 Campb. 510; 1 T. R. 378. 
  And the plaintiff doth the like. 1 Breese's R. 125.
  Annual interest. 16 Verm. 44.
  Annually, or in any way he may wish. 2 M'Cord's Ch. R. 281.
  Any person or persons. 11 Wheat. R. 392; 3 Wheat. R. 631.
  Any court of record. 6 Co. 19.
  Any goods. 3 Campb. 321.
  Any creditor. 5 B. & A. 869.
  Any other fund. 1 Colly. R. 693.
  Any other matter or thing from the beginning of the world. 4 Mason, 227. 
  Apartment. 10 Pick. 293.
  Apparel. Goods and wearing apparel, in a will. 3 Atk. 61.
  apparatus. 9 Law Rep. 207.
  Appeals. 1 Breese's R. 261.
  Appear. 2 Bailey's R. 513.
  Appellate. 1 Breese's R. 261
  Appropriation. 1 Scam. R. 344.
  Approved paper. 4 Serg. & Rawle, 1; 20 Wend. R. 431; 2 Campb. 532.
  Appurtenances. 1 Serg. & Rawle, 169; 8 Johns. R. 47, 2d edit.; Com. Dig. 
    Grant, E 9; 5 Serg. & Rawle, 110; Holt on Shipp. 404; 9 Pick. 293; 7 Mass. 
    6; 12 Pick. 436. 
  Are. 2 B. & B. 223.
  Arrears. Ward on Leg. 219; 2 Ves. 430.
  Arrive. 17 Mass. 188.
  Articles perishable in their own nature. 7 Cowen, 202.
  As appears by the bond or by the books. 1 Wils. 339, 279, 121; 2 Str. 1157, 
    1209, 1219. 
  As appears by the master's allocator. 2 T. R. 55.
  As executors are bound in law to do. 2 Ohio R. 346.
  As follows. 1 Chit. Cr. Law 233.
  As this deponent believes. 2 M. & S. 563.
  Ass. 2 Moody, C. C. 3.
  Asses-Cattle. 1 R. & M. C. C. 3; 2 Russ. Cr. & M. 498.
  Assent to. 4 Gill & Johns. 5, 129.
  Assignment, actual or potential. 5 M. & S. 228.
  Assigns. 5 Co. 77 b.
  At. 2 Caines' Err. 158.
  At and from. 1 Marsh. Ins. 358, 261, a; 1 Caines' R. 75, 79; 1 New Rep. 23; 
    4 East, R. 130. 
  At any port or places. 1 Marsh. Ins. 191.
  At his will. Roll's Ab. 845; Bac. Ab. Estate for life and occupancy, A. 
  At least. 8 W. & S. 470.
  At such time and manner. 19 Ves. 387.
  At twenty-one. Payable at twenty-one. 6 Ves. 245.; 7 ves. 412; 9 Ves. 225; 1 
    Bro. C. C. 91. 
  At the trial of the cause. 9 E. C. L. R. 202, 186.
  At the wholesale factory price. 2 Conn. R. 69.
  Attention, shall meet. 3 E. C. L. R. 407; 13 Id. 329.
  Attest. 9 Mees. & W. 404.
  Authority-Jurisdiction. 2 Bl. R. 1141.
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  Baggage. 6 Hill, N.Y. 586.
  Baggage of Passengers at the risk of the owners. 19 Wend. 234, 251; 21 Wend. 
    153; 26 Wend. 591; 17 Verm. 151. 
  Bank money. 5 Humph. R. 140.
  Bank notes. 5 Mason's R. 549; 6 Wend. 346, 354.
  Bankruptcy. 6 T. R. 684.
  Bar-keeper. 3 S. & R. 351.
  Bargain and sell. 4 Monr. R. 463.
  Barley. 4 C. & P. 548.
  Barrels. 7 Cowen, R. 681.
  Beans. Bac. Ab. Merchant, &c. I. 1 Mood. C. C. 323.
  Bearing Interest. 1 Stark. r. 452; 2 E.C. L.R. 466. 
  Beast. 1 Russ. C. & M. 568; 1 Russ. on Cr. 568; Bac. Ab. Sodomy.
  Beef. 6 W. & S. 279.
  Before the next term. 1 Binn. 76; 4 Yeates, 511.
  Before the first day of the term after the action has been commenced. 4 
    Dall. 433. 
  Before the sitting of the court. 5 Mass. R. 197.
  Beginning to keep house. 6 Bing. R. 363; 19 Ves. 543.
  Begotten. To be begotten. Co. Litt. 20 b, and n. 3; 3 Leon. 5.
  Belongs - Belonging. 3 Conn. R. 467; 2 Bing. 76; Chit. Pr. 475 n.; 11 Conn. 
    R. 240; 1 Coxe's R. 255. 
  Believe. 2 Wend. 298.
  Belong. 3 Conn. R. 467.
  Benefits of my real estate, construed, 4 Yates, 23.
  Benevolent purposes. 3 Mer. 17; Amb. 585, n. (Blunt's Edit.)
  Best of his knowledge and belief. 1 Paige, 404; 3 Id. 107, 212.
  Between. 2 Saund. 158 b. n. 6; 1 Shipl. R. 201; 1 Mass. 91.
  Between them. 2 Mer. R. 70.
  Beyond sea. 3 Wheat. R. 541; 3 Cranch, R. 177; 14 Pet. C. 141; I Harr. & 
    McHen. 89; 1 Har. & J. 350; 2 McCord, R. 331; 3 Mass. R. 271; 1 Pick. R. 
    263; 9 Serg. & Rawle, 288; 2 Dall. 217; 1 Yeates, 329. Vide Beyond 8ea, in 
    the body of the work. 
  Beyond seas. 3 Wheat. 343; 9 S. & R. 291.
  Bien. 2 Ves. 163.
  Big. 2 Dev. R. 115.
  Blubber. 1 Story, R. 603.
  Board, boarding. 2 Miles, R. 323.
  Bag. Cro. Car. 511.
  Boiler. Wright, 143.
  Book. 2 Campb. 25, 28, n.; 11 East, 244.
  Book debt-Book entries. 2 Miles, R. 101, 102; 3 Ired. R. 77, 443; 4 Ired. 
    110. 
  Bona fide. 1 Leigh. N. P. 326.
  Boons. Sugd. Pow. 633, 671.
  Bound by surety. 5 Serg. & Rawle, 329. 
  Bound with surety, 6 Binn. 53.
  Bounded on the margin. 6 Cowen, 526.
  Bounded on the road. 13 Mass. 259.
  Breach of good behaviour. 2 Mart. N. S. 683.
  Brick factory. 21 Pick. R. 25.
  Building. 16 John. R. 14; 13 John. R. 346; 9 Bing. 305; 5 Mann. & Gr. 9, 33. 
  Business. 1 M. & Selw. 95.
  Butcher. 1 Barn. & A. 617; 6 Watts & Serg. 269, 277.
  By act and operation of law. 3 Caines' R. 64.
  By surety. 5 Serg. & Rawle, 329. 
  By a certain time. Penna. R. 48. 
  By any other means. 2 Co. 46 
  By virtue of his office. 3 E. C. L. R. 425.
  By a stream. 3 Sumn. R. 170.
  By next November. 3 Pa. 48.
  By the year. 2 Miles, R. 302.
  -----------------------------
  Cabinet of curiosities. 1 Cox, R. 77; 1 Bro. C. C. 467.
  Came by descent, gift, or devise. 2 Pet. 58.
  Cargo. 4 Pick. 433; 2 Gill & John. 134, 162.
  Case-suit. 2 Murph. 320.
  Catchings. 1 Story, R. 603.
  Cattle. 1 R. & M. C. C. 3; 2 Russ. C. & M. 498; R. & R. C. C. 77; 2 East, P. 
    C. 1074; 1 Leach, C, C. 72; 2 W. Black. 721; 2 Moody, C: C. 3. 
  Cause. 1 Supp. to Ves. jr. 510. 
  Cause of action. Wilk. on Lim. [49).
  Cease. Coop. Ch. R. 14.5.
  Cede. 1 liar. (N. J.) 181.
  Certificate of deposit. 6 Watts & Sero,. 227.
  Chamber or rooms. 3 Leon. 210.
  Chambres. 5 Watts, R. 243,
  Charged in execution. 4 T. R. 367.
  Charges, costs, and expenses, 2 Wils. 267; 13 Serg. & Rawle, 79.
  Charitable uses. Boyle on Charities, 281; 7 Ves. 79; 1 Mer. 86, 92, 93; 1 
    Sim. & Stu. 69; 1 Myl. & Craig, 286; 4 Wheat. App. p. 6. 
  Charity. 9 Ves. 399.,
  Cheat. 2 Hale's Hist. P. C. 183: Bac. Ab. Indictment, G 3.
  Chiefest and discreetest. 13 Ves. 13.
  Child, grandchild, issue, son; see Legatee; 1 Ves. 290; Id. 335; Ambl. 397; 
    Id. 701; 5 Burr. 2703; Cowp. 314; 3 Anstr. 684; Lofft, 19; 7 T. R. 322; 1 
    East, 120; 2 Eden, 194; 2 Bro. C. C. 33: 2 Ves. jr. 673; 3 Ves. 232; Id. 
    421; 4 Ves. 437; Id. 692; 5 Ves. 530; 6 Ves. 43, Id. 345; 7 Ves. 522; 10 
    Ves. 160, Id. 176; Id. 195; 13 Ves. 340; 1 Cox, 248; Id. 327; 2 Cox, 184; 
    1 Ves. & Bea. 422, 462, 469; 2 Ves. & Bea. 213; 3 Ves. & Bea. 59, 67, 69, 
    113; 1 Meriv. 654; 2 Meriv. 382; Dick. 344; 1 Eden, 64; 1 Bro. C. C. 530; 
    2 Bro. C. C. 68, 230, 658; 3 Bro. C. C. 148, 347, 352, 434: 1 Bro. C. C. 
    55; 19 Ves. 125; 1 Ball & B. 486; Com. Dig. App., Devise of real property, 
    x. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; Id. Devise of personal property, viii. 13. 
  Child's part. 2 Roll. R. 104; Poph. 148; 1 Roll. R. 193; Cro. Jac. 417. 
  Children. 3 Paige, 10; 5 Ves. 530; 1 Ves. & Bea. 434; 4 Eng. Ch. R. 565; 5 
    Conn. R. 228. 
  To such child or children, if more than one, as may happen to be enceinte by 
    me. 17 Ves. 528. 
  To the children which I may have by A, living at my decease. 1 Ves. & Bea. 
    422. 
  Chromate of iron. 5 Watts, 34.
  Civil action. 6 Binn. 5; 1 Binn. 197.
  Civil suit. 4 S. & R. 76.
  Chuck-a-luck. 3 J. J. Marsh. 133.
  Claim. 16 Pet. 538, 575, 576, 604, 615.
  Clear. Ambl. 273; 2 Ves. 500. Ward on Leg. 222; 2 Atk. 376.
  Clear of all charges and assessments whatever. 4 Yeates, 386.
  Clear deed. 3 W. & S. 563, 565.
  Closing an account. 7 Serg. & Rawle, 128; 8 Pick. 187.
  Clothes. All my clothes and linen whatsoever. 3 Bro. C. C. 311.
  Coal mine. Cro. Jac. 150; Noy, 121; Gilb. Ej. 61, 2d ed.; Rosc. R. Act. 486. 
  Coasting trade. 3 Cowen, R. 713,
  Coffer. 2 Hale's Hist. P. C. 3; Bac. Ab. Indictment, G 3.
  Cohabitation. 1 Add. R. 476; 3 Add. R. 277; 2 Tyrw. 76; 2 Cr. & J. 66; 
    Rogers' Eccl. Law, tit. Marriage. 
  Collateral. Sugd. Pow. 76.
  Collectable. 8 Watts, R. 361.
  Come to. 1 Serg. & Rawle, 224; 2 Pet. R. 69, 94.
  Commenced. 14 East, 539.
  Commerce - Navigation. 9 Wheat. 1.
  Commission and guaranty. 3 Whart. 288.
  Commit. 3 Man. Gr. & Scott, 465, 477.
  Commit suicide. 3 Man. Gr. & Scott, 477.
  Commodities. 12 Mass 256.
  Common law. 3 Pet. 447; 1 Gall. R. 19.
  Complete Steam engine. 2 Hall, 3128.
  Concealed. 12 Wheat. 493; 12 Wheat. R. 486.
  Conclusive. 5 Binn. 387; 6 Binn. 128; 4 Yeates, 551.
  Conditions performed. 1 Call. 567.
  Confidence. Boyle on Char. 319; 2 Pa. St. R. 133.
  Consent - Submission. 9 C. & P. 722.
  Consentable lines. 10 Serg. & Rawles 110.
  Construction. 3 Mont. 166.
  Containing. 1 Murph. 348.
  Contents unknown. 3 Taunt. R. 303.
  Contrary to law. 1 Blackf. R. 318.
  Convenient speed, or as soon as convenient. 19 Ves. 336, 390, notes; 1 Ves. 
    jr. 366. 
  Convey. 3 A. K. Marsh, 618.
  Conveyance. 2 Serg. & Rawle, 498; 3 Mass. 487.
  Convicted. 1 Wheat. 461; 15 East, R. 570; 7 Mann. & Gr. 481, 508.
  Copper-fastened. 24 E. C. L. IR. 415.
  Coppered, ship. 8 Pet. 557.
  Corrupt. 1 Benth. Ev. 351.
  Correcting - revising. 2 Shepl. 205.
  Cost. 2 Wash. C. C. R. 498.
  Costs. Wright, 121. Pay his own costs. 1 Hayw. 485.
  Cotton in bales. 2 C. & P. 525.
  County aforesaid. 2 Bl. R. 847.
  Court of record. 5 Ohio R. 546. Vide 3 Wend. 267.
  Cousins. 2 Bro. R. 125; Ward on Leg. 121.
  Covenants. Provided always, and it is agreed that the lessor shall find 
    great timber, Bac. Ab Covenant, A. I oblige myself to pay so much money. 
    Hard. 178. I am content to give A ten pounds at Michaelmas, and ten pounds 
    at Ladyday. 3 Leon. 119. With usual covenants. 15 Ves. 528; 3 Anstr. 700. 
  Covenants Performed absque hoc. 6 Penn. St. Rep. 398.
  Credible. Com. R. 91; S. C. 1 Freem. 510.
  Credible witness. 5 Mass. 219; 12 Mass. 358; 17 Pick. 134; 2 Bailey, R. 24; 
    8 Conn. 254. 
  Credit. Mutual credit. 1 Atk. 228; 7 T. R. 378; Montag. on Set-off, 48; 8 
    Taunt. 22; S. C. 4 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 4; 1 Marsh. R. 190; S. C. 4 Eng. C. 
    L. 335. 
  Creditors and subsequent purchasers. 5  Cranch, 165.
  Criminal proceeding. 2 Q. B. 1.
  Cross. 5 Pick. 163.
  Cruise of three months. 2 Gallis. 526.
  Cultivation. 2 N. H. Rep. 56.
  Curby hock. Oliph. on Horses, 10.
  Currency. 1 Ohio R. 119.
  Current money. 1 Dall. 126, 176.
  Current rate of exchange to be added. 2 Miles, R. 442, 443.
  Current lawful money. 1 Dall 175.
  Current bank notes. 1 Hamm. R. 178. See also 1 Hamm. R. 531; 1 Breese, R. 
    152; 3 Litt. R. 245; 19 John. R. 146; 1 Dall. 126, 176; 1 Ohio R. 119. 
  Current bank money. 5 Humph. R. 140.
  Curricle. Anthon, 114.
  Cutting. Russ. & Ry. Cr. Cas. 104.
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  Damages. 5 Cowen, 161.
  Damna. Bac. Ab. Costs, (L.)
  Dangerous weapon. 1 Baldw. 78.
  Dangers of the navigation. 9 Watts, R. 87.
  Date. Co. Litt. 46, b, note (8); Bulstr. n. 177; Stiles, 382; Com.
  Dig. Estates, G 8; Id. Bargain and Sale, B 8; Id. Temps, A; Vin. A.b. 
    Estates, Z a; Id. Time, A. 
  Day. (fraction of,) 1 Cowen, 594; 6 Cowen, 611; I Nott & McC. 405; 3 Penna. 
    R. 245. 
  Day of the date. Co. Litt. 46 b, note, (8); Powell on Powers, 498, et seq. 
    to 533. Vide Dale, above. 
  Day time. 9 Mass. 154.
  Days. Running days. Working days. 1 Bell's Com. 577, 5th ed.
  Dealings. M. & M. 137; 3 C. & P. 85; S. C. 14 E. C. L. R. 219.
  Death. Swanst. 161.
  Debt, contracted. 2 B. & C. 762; 9 E. C. L. R. 236.
  Debts due to me at my decease. 9 Sim. 16. 
  Debts now due. 3 Leigh, R. 389. See 4 Rawle, R. 307.
  Declare. 3 Co. 82, b i Co. Litt. 76, a, 290, b; 3 T. R. 546.
  Deed. A good and sufficient deed. Wright's R. 644.  A good and sufficient 
    warranty deed. 15 Pick. R. 546. 
  Default. Platt on Cov. 335.
  Definitive. 1 Watts, 257.
  Delivered. 7 D. & R. 131; 16 E. C. L. R. 277.
  Demands in full. 9 S. & R. 123.
  Demise. 2 Caines' R. 188; 8 Cowan's R. 36; 4 Taunt. 329; 8 Mass. R. 201; 8 
    Cowen, 36. 
  Depart (To). 3 M. & S. 461.
  Depending. 5 Co. 47, 48; 7 Co. 30; 9 B. & C. 755; 4 Bing. 561; 8 B. & C. 
    635. 
  Deponent believes. 2 Str. 1209, 1226; 2 Burr. 655; 1 Wils. 231.
  Descendants. 3 Bro. C. C. 367.
  Descent. 2 Pet. R. 94; 1 S. & R. 224; 11 S. & R. 232.
  Desire. 1 Caines' R. 84; 1 Bro. C. C. 489.
  Deviation. 3 Ch. Com. L. 471.
  Devise. All messuages, lands. 17 Ves. 64.
  Devolve. 1 M. & K. 647.
  Die by his own hands. 5 Mann. & Gr. 639.
  Diligent inquiry. 1 Meigs, R. 70.
  Discharge. Her receipt to be a sufficient discharge. 3 Bro. C. C. 362. 
  Discharge of all demands. Ward on Leo. 222; 2 Vern. 114, by Raithb.
  Discount - Discounted. 15 Johns. 168; 8 Wheat. 338; 4 Yeates 223; 2 Cowen, 
    376; 19 Johns. 332. 
  Discounting. 5 Mann. & Gr. 590.
  Disguring. Cheves, 157.
  Disparagement. I Ired. Eq. R. 232.
  Dispose of. 1 Watts, 386; 3 Atk. 287; Rob. on Wills, 3, Appx. note 3; 14 
    Pet. R. 529. 
  Disposing mind and memory. 2 South. 454.
  Distiller. Pet. C. C. R. 180; 2 Wheat. 248.
  Distribute. 11 S. & R. 232.
  Divide. Boyle on Charities, 291.
  Division. 4 T. R. 224, 459.
  Do the needful. 4 Esp. 65; 4 Esp. R. 66.
  Doctor. 2 Campb. 441.
  Domus. 4 Leon. 16.
  Doth bargain and sell. 4 Mont. R. 463.
  Down the said creek with the several meanders thereof. 2 Ohio R. 309. 
  Due. 3 Leigb, 389; 4 Rawle, 307.
  Due A B. 2 Penn. R. 67.
  Due A B $94 on demand. 5 Day, R. 337; and see 2 Cowen, R. 536.
  Due course of law. 3 Cranch, 300; 5 Cranch, 363; 1 Wheat. 447.
  Due security. Sax. Ch. R. 259.
  Duly honored. 7 Taunt. 167; 2 E. C. L. R. 63; 7 Taunt. R. 164.
  Dunce. Cro. Car. 382; 1 Roll. Ab. 55; Bac. Ab. Slander, I.
  Dying without children. 5 Day, 617.
  Dying by his own hands. 5 Mann. & Gr. 639.
  Dying without issue. 12 East, 253; 3 East, 303, 491; 1 Ves. Jr. 562; 10 Ves. 
    562; 17 Ves. 482. 
  Dying without lawful issue. 10 Johns. R. 12; 5 Day, 20; 2 Bro. C. C. 553. 
  -----------------------------
  Each. 1 B. & C. 682; 8 C. & R. 184; Watts, 51; 10 Serg. & R. 33.
  Eadem. Co. Litt. 20 b.
  Effects. 13 Ves. 39; 15 Ves. 326, 507; Cowp. 299; 1 Hill, S. C. 155. Estates 
    and effects. 1 Ves. & Beam. 406; 1 East. R. 53; 11 
  East, 290; Russ. & Ry. Cr. Cas. 66.
  Emigrant laborers. 2 Man. & Gr. 574, 589; 40 E. C. L. R. 520, 528.
  Ended. 10 S. & R. 391.
  Engagement. 15 John. 395, 390.
  Entreat. 2 Madd. 458; 2 Ves. & Bea. 378.
  Equally. Cowp. 657; 3 Ves. 260; Dougl. 760; 9 East, 276.
  Equally to be divided, this phrase construed. 1 Rop. Leg. 266; 1 Atk. 494; 3 
    Bro. C. C. 25; 5 Ves. 510; Addis. 310; 3 S. & R. 135; 1 Wils. R. 341; 1 
    Desaus. 329. 
  Erect. 8 Ves. 191; 3 Mad. R. 306; 2 Ves. 181; 2 Ves. 247; 1 Bro. C. C. 444; 
    Amb. 751. 
  Erection. 9 Car. & P. 233.
  Erection and improvements. 2 Man. & Gr. 756, 757; 40 E. C. L. R. 612. 
  Errors excepted. Gow an Partn. 136; 3 Bro. C. C. 266.
  Establishing. 3 Madd. R. 306; Boyle on Char. 93; 2 Cox, 387; S. C. 4 Bro. C. 
    C. 326. 
  Estate. 3 Cranch, 97; 3 Yeates, 187; 6 Binn. 97; 2 Binn. 20; 6 Johns. R. 
    185; 1 Wash. R. 96; 1 Call, 127; 3 Call, 306; 2 Nott & M'Cord, 380; 1 
    Dall. 226; 12 Serg. & Rawle, 54; 1 Yeates, 250, 380; 1 Salk. 236; 6 T. R. 
    610; 11 East, 246; 2 Ves. & Bea. 222; 2 Atk. 38; 3 Atk. 486; Ambl. 155, 
    216; 12 Mod 592; 1 T. R. 659, n.; 8 Ves. 604; 9 Ves. 137; 1 Cox, 362; 2 
    Ves. & Bea. 225; 19 Ves. 195; 3 Ves. & Bea. 160. 
  Estates and effects. 1 Ves. & Bea. 406. Temporal estate. 8 Ves. 617. All the 
    residue of my estate of every name and kind. 4 Law Rep. 256. 
  Every of them. 12 S. & R. 158.
  Evidence. Conclusive Evidence. 1 Leigh's N. P. 307.
  Except what shall be mentioned hereafter. Monr. 399.
  Excepting. Perk. S. 439; Crabb on R. P. Sec. 157.
  Execute. 2 Green's R. 350.
  Exclusive of costs. 1 Edw. R. 483.
  Expectation. Boyle on Char. 319.
  Expense. 15 Serg. & Rawle, 55.
  Extend. 1 Paine's R. 385.
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  Facsimiles. 7 Mann. & Gr. 399
  Factory prices. 2 Conn. R. 69; 2 Mason, 89, 90.
  Factum. 1 Leon. 310.
  Faithful. 12 Pick. 303.
  Falsely. 2 M. & Selw. 379; Noy. 35; Owen, 51.
  Farcy. Oliph. on Horses, 42.
  Family. Cooper's R. 317; 8 Ves. 604.
  Farm. 6 T. R. 345.
  Father, on the part of the. 1 Serg. & Rawle, 224.
  Feeder. 13 Pick. 50.
  Fifty pounds. (50 l) Sid. 151.
  Filled. 1 Breese's R. 70.
  Final. Final and conclusive. 5 Binn. 387; 6 Binn. 128. 
  Final judgment. 2 Pet. R. 264, 464.
  Final decree. 8 Wend. 242. 
  Final settlement and decree. 4 Am. Dig. 283; 1 Halst. 195; 17 Serg. & Rawle, 
    59, 340; 14 Serg. & Rawle, 396; 1 Penn. R. 282; 2 Pet. R. 464. 
  Final process. 16 Pet. 313.
  Fine. 5 M. & W. 535.
  Firmly. 4 S. & R. 135; 1 Browne, R. 258.
  First born son. 1 Ves. 290.
  First cousin or cousins german. 4 M. & C. 56.
  First had and obtained. 1 Serg. & Rawle, 89.
  First or sterling cost. 1 Stuart's (L. C.) R. 215.
  Fixed furniture. 6 C. & P. 653.
  Flats. 8 W. & S. 442.
  Flock. Inst. 4, 3, 1.
  Flock of sheep. Inst. 2, 20, 18.
  Fold course. Touchs, 93; Co. Litt. 6. 
  For. Dougl. 688; 1 Saund. 320, n. 4; Willes, 157.
  For and in consideration of dollars. 7 Verm. 522; 6 Verm. 411.
  For such times as we think fit. 1 Chit. Com. Law. 495.
  For value received. 18 John. 60; 8 D. & R. 163; S. C. 5 B. & C. 501. 
  For which he has not accounted. 4 Burr. 2126; 1 T. R. 716.
  For whom it may concern. 1 Pet. R. 151.
  Foreign bills. 19 John. R. 146.
  Foreign part, place. 2 Gall. R. 4; 19 John. 375. 
  Foreign voyage. 1 Gall. R. 55, 142. 
  Foreign part. 19 Johns. 375; 4 Am. Law Journ. 101.
  Foreign state. 5 Pet. 1.
  Foreign vessel. 1 Gall. R. 58.
  Foreigner. 1 Pet. R. 349.
  Forever. 6 Cruise, 281; 4 Dane's Ab. c. 129, art. 2, Sec. 14.
  Forthwith. I Mo. & Malk. 300; S. C. 22 E. C. L. R. 313; 9 C. & P. 706; S. C. 
    38 E. C. L. R. 299, 801; 12 Ad. & Ell. 672; S. C. 40 E. C. L. R. 158, 160, 
    161, 162; 7 Mann. & Gr. 493. 
  Forwards and backward. 2 New Rep. 434.
  Four mills. 1 Mod. 90.
  Fourth part of house in N. Cro. Eliz. 286; 1 Str. 695.
  Fowl. 1 Russ. C. & M. 568.
  Frame house filled with bricks. 7 Wend. 270.
  Fraudulently. Willes, 584; 1 Chit. Pl. 376.
  Free. 1 Wh. 335; 2 Salk. 637.
  Free of average. 16 East, R. 214.
  Free of particular average. 16 East, R. 14; 15 East, R. 559; Code de 
    Commerce, art. 409. 
  Free on board a foreign ship. 3 Campb. R. 270.
  Freely to be enjoyed. Cows. 352; 3 Burr. 1895; 11 East, R. 220.
  Freight. 1 Mason, R. 11, 12.
  From. 1 Marsh. Ins. 261, a; 2 Cowen, 605, 606, n. 518; 15 Mass. 193; 1 S. & 
    R. 411; 8 S. & R. 496; 5 T. R. 283; 2 Saund. 158, b, n. 6; 5 Com. Dig. 
    335; 4 Cruise, 72; Greenl. Cas. 9; 6 W. & S. 328. 
  From and after. 9 Cranch, 104; 2 Cowen, 606 n.; 4 T. R. 659. 
  From the day of the date. Cowper, 717, 725. 
  From the date, 15 S. & R. 135.
  From 1000 to 3000 bushels of potatoes. 4 Greenl. 497.
  From thenceforth. 2 Mer. R. 431.
  From and after the passing of the act. 4 T. R. 660.
  Front to the river. 6 M. R. 19, 228,229; 8 N. S. 576; 9 M. R. 656.
  Full and free. 1 Wh. 335.
  Full cargo. 7 Taunt. 272.
  Fully. Pow. on Morts. 83, 858.
  Fur. 7 Cowen, 202.
  Furniture. Amb. 605; 3 Ves. 311; 1 John. Ch R. 39, 
  Furniture at ___  3 Madd. 276.
  Future. 7 W. & S. 305; 2 Pa. St. R. 146.
  Future increase. 3 Yerg. 546. See 2 Bibb, 76; 4 Hen. & Munf. 283.
  Future conveyances. 2 P. St. R. 146.
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  Gamble. 2 Yerger, 472.
  Geldings, cattle. 1 Leach, C. C. 73, n.
  Gentlemen. 21Y. & C. 683; 21 Jurist, 152
  Gift. I give this, note to A. 4 Ves. 565. I return to A his bond. 3 Ves. 
    231. 
  Gelding-horse. 3 Humph. 323.
  Give. 2 Caines' Rep. 188; 7 John. R. 255; 11 John. R. 122; 5
  Greenl. R. 227.
  Give and grant. 1 Hayw. R. 251.
  Given. I Harr. (N. J.) R. 286.
  Giving testimony in a suit. 3 Harr. Cond. Lo. R. 157.
  Giving way. 10 (Eng.) Jur. 1065.
  Glass with care, this side up. 11 Pick. R. 41.
  Glass eye. Oliph. on Horses, 44.
  Good. 5 M. & W. 535.
  Good and lawful men. 1 Blackf. R. 396..
  Good note. 7 Verm. 67.
  Good custom cowhide. Brayt. 77.
  Good and sufficient deed. Wright, 644. 
  Good and sufficient warranty deed. 15 Pick. 546; 20 John. 130; 4 Paige R. 
    628. Good merchantable goods. 3 Campb. R. 462. 
  Good work. Wright, R. 47 1.
  Goods. 2 Ves. Jr. 163; 3 Atk. 63; 1 P. Wms. 267; 2 P. Wms. 302; 1 Atk. 171, 
    177, 180, 182; 1 Ves. Jr. 237; 1 Bro. C. C. 127; 11 Ves. 666; 1 Marsh. 
    Ins. 319; 7 Taunt. 191; 2 B. & A. 327; 4 B. & A. 206; 9 East, 215; 5 
    Mason's R. 544. 
  Goods and chattels. 2 B. & A. 335; 1 Leigh's N. P. 244; 1 Yeates, 101; 2 
    Watts, 61; 8 Co. 33; 2 East, P. C. C  16, s. 37; 2 B. & A. 259, 327; 6 
    Bing. 363; 4 Mo. & P. 36; 1 Ves. sen. 363; 1 Atk. 165. 
  Goods and movables. 1 Yeates, R. 101.
  Government security. 3 Younge & C. 397.
  Government or other securities. 9 Sim. 104.
  Grange. Co. Litt. 5; Plowd. 197; Touch. 93.
  Grant, bargain, sell, alien, and confirm. 2 Caines' R. 188; 7 Johns. R. 258; 
    Com. Dig. Guaranty, A. 
  Grant, bargain, sell. 4 Dall. 441; 2 Binn. 09; 1 Rawle, 377; 1 Serg. & R. 
    50, 438; 4 Kent's Com. 460. 
  Grant and demise. 4 Wend. 502; 8 Cowen, 36; 9 Ves. 330.
  Grantee. 1 Cowen, 509.
  Ground. 1 Supp. to Ves. jr. 510.
  Ground-rents. I Meriv. 26; 2 Str. 1020; 1 Bro. C. C. 76.
  Growing. 4 Leon. 36.
  Gutta serena. Oliph. on Horses, 44.
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  Habitable repair. 2 Mo. & Rob. 186
  Half mile. 9 B. & C. 774.
  Has bargained and sold. 4 Cowen, 225.
  Have. 2 Bendl. 34.
  Having. 2 Ves. 427; 11 Ad. & El. 273; 39 E. C. L. R. 80.
  Having children. 7 T. R. 322; 7 Ves. 453.
  He has reviewed landmarks. 10 S. & R. 18. See Minor, 138.
  He is perjured. 1 Caines, 347. 2 Caines, 91.
  He is forsworn. 1 Caines, 347.
  He is a corrupt old tory. 2 Port. 212.
  He keeps false books, and I can prove it. 17 John. 217; 5 John. 476. 
  He paying thereout. Dick. 444; 3 East, 590.
  He shall be well satisfied. 2 John. Rep. 395.
  He swore a lie before the church session, and I can prove it. 1 Penna. 12. 
  He swore a false oath, and I can prove it. 2 Binn. 60; 4 Bibb, 99; 2 Dall. 
    58. 
  Heir male. 4 Ves. 794; Id. 326.
  Heirs. 1 Car. Law Rep. 484.
  Heirs at law. 4 Rand. R. 95.
  Heirs of the body, 2 Bligh, 49. Vide 4 T. R. 300; Id. 88; 8 T. R. 373; 3 
    Ves. jr. 257; 13 Ves. jr. 340. 
  Heirs female. Co. Litt. 24 b, n. 3; 5 Bro. Parl. Rep. 93; Goodtitle v. 
    Burtenshaw, Fearne, Rem. Appx. No. 1. 
  Heirs of the wife. 6 Yerg. R. 96.
  Henceforth. 9 Serg. & Rawle, 133.
  Her. 1 Desaus. R. 353.
  Her increase. 1 Iredell, 460.
  Her part aforesaid. 4 Dowl. & R. 387.
  Hereinafter - Hereinbefore. 1 Sim. Rep. 173.
  Hereditament. 1 Salk. 238,Mos. 242; 3 T. R. 358; 7 T. R. 558; 8 N. R. 505; 
    2 B. & P. 247, 251; 6 Nev. & M. 441; 4 Ad. & Ell. 805. 
  Head of a family. 2 How. S. C. Rep. 581, 590.
  Hides. 7 Cowen, 202.
  High seas. Russ. & Ry. 243; 2 Leigh, 109; 3 Mason's R. 290.
  Him or His. 2 Ves. 213.
  Hiring. 6 T. R. 452.
  Holiday. 4 Clark & Fin. 234.
  Homestead - Homestead farms. 7 N. H. Rep. 241; 15 John. R. 471. 
  Hope. Boyle on Char. 319.
  Horse. 1 Scam. R. 304.
  Horse-Gelding. 3 Humph. 323.
  Horse, Mares and Colts - Cattle. 2 East, P. C. 1074; 1 Leach, C. C. 72. 
  Hotel keeper. 1 Carr. & Marsh. 458.
  House. 7 Mann. & Gr.. 66, 122.
  House I live in and garden to B. 2 T. R. 298.
  Household goods. 3 Ves. jr. 310; 1 John. Ch. R. 329; 3 P. Wms. 335.
  Household furniture. 2 Hall, R. 490.
  -----------------------------
  I guaranty the payment of the within note at the insolvency of the drawers. 
    5 Humph. 476. 
  I return A his bonds. 3 Ves. 231.
  I warrant this note good. 14 Wend. 231.
  If. Touchs. 123; Co, Lit. 204; Id. 214 b
  Immediate. 2 Lev. 77; 7 Mann. & Gr. 493.
  Immediately. 4 Younge & Col. 511.
  Immovables. Ward on Leg. 210.
  Impedimentum. Bac. Tr. 211.
  Impelitio. Bac. Tr. 211.
  Implements. 9 Law Reporter, 207.
  Improvement. 4 Pick. 204.
  In all the month of May. 3 W. C. C. R. 140.
  In actual military service. 3 Curt. R. 522; 7 Eng. Eccl. R. 496.
  In current bank notes. 1 Ham. R. 178. See also 1 Ham. R. 531; 1 Breese, R. 
    152, Litt. R. 245; 1 Ohio R. 119; 1 Dall. R. 126, 176; 19 John. R. 146. 
  In default of such issue. 7 East, R. 521; 3 T. R. 484.
  In fullest confidence. T. & R. 143
  In like manner. Ward on Leg. 246; 4 Ves. 732; 1 Sim. & St. 517.
  In manner aforesaid. Ward on Leg. 246; 5 Ves. 465.
  In the fullest confidence. Turn. & Russ. 157.
  In money or negroes. 4 Bibb, R. 97.
  In the occupation of. 2 Bing. R. 456. 1 B. & C. 350.
  In case of the death. Swanst. 162.
  Income. 9 Mass. R. 372; 1 Metc. 75.
  Inde. Co. Litt. 82 b.
  Indebted. 15 Serg. & Rawle, 142;. 3 Caines' R. 323; 17 S. & R. 285.
  Indefeasible title. 3 Bibb, R. 317.
  Indirect. 2 Gill & John. 382.
  Indorse. 7 Pick. 117.
  Infamous crime. 1 Moody, Cr. Cas. 34, 38.
  Inferior tradesmen. 1 Lord Raym. 149; Com. Rep. 26; 5 Mod. 307; Bac. Ab. 
    Costs, B. 
  Inhabitants of a neighborhood. 10 Pick. R. 367.
  Insolvent circumstances. 2 Harr. Dig. 202; Chit. on Bills, 120; McClel. & 
    Yo. 407. 
  Instantly. 3 Perr. & Dav. 52; 8 Dowl. 157. 
  Intended to be recorded. 2 Rawle, 14.
  Intent to defraud - Intent to deceive. Rob. Fr. Cony. 30; and see 8 John. R. 
    446; 12 John. 120; 2 John. Ch. R. 35; 4 Wheat. R. 466. 
  Intents and purposes. To all intents and purposes. 11 Ves. 530.
  Investment. 15 Johns. 384, 392
  Irregularly. 1 Cowen, 73 S, b.
  Irreparable. 3 Mart. N. S. 25.
  Is indebted to the plaintiff in trover. 1 H. Bl. 218.
  Is indebted to the plaintiff upon promises. 2 Dougl. 467; and see Say, R. 
    109. 
  Issue. 3 Ves. & Bea. 67; 13 Ves. 340; 3 Ves. 421; 7 Ves. 522; 1 Dall. 47; 1 
    Yeates, 332; 3 Ves. 257; 1 Cox, 38. Failure of issue. 1 B. B. 1. Die 
    without issue. 17 Ves. 482. 
  Issuably. 3 Chit. Pr. 705.
  It shall and may be lawful. 1 Edw. R. 84.
  It shall be lawful. 8 N. S. 539.
  It shall be lawful for the court. 1 John. Ch. R. 491.
  Ita quod. Ld. Raym. 760.
  -----------------------------
  Jewels. Ward on Leg. 221; Mos. 112.
  Jewelry. 14 Pick. 370. Vide infra Trinkets.
  Jockey. 8 Scott, N. S. 5S4.
  Joint and equal proportions. Jointly. Ambl. 656; 1 Bro. C. C. 118; 2 Rop. 
    Leg. 267. Joint and several. 2 Day, 442; 1 Caines' Cas. 122; 1 Consts. R. 
    486; 1 Cox, 200; 4 Desaus. 148; 7 Serg. & Rawle, 356. 
  Judicial proceedings. 5 Ohio, 547; 3 M. R. 248; 4 M. R. 451; 6 M. R. 668; 7 
    M. R. 325; 9 M. R. 204, 325; 10 M. R. 1; L. R. 438; 3 N. S. 551; 5 N. S. 
    519. 
  Junior. 8 John. 549; 8 Conn. R. 293.
  Just debts. 1 Binn. 209; 9 Mass. 62.
  Justifiable cause. 1 Sumn. 194.
  -----------------------------
  Kept. 4 Scamm. 168.
  Kin. Next of kin. 15 Ves. 109; Id. 583; 3 Bro. C. C. 355. Next of
  kin or heir at law. 4 Ves. 469. Next of kin, in equal degree. 12 Ves. 433. 
  King's enemies. 1 Leigh's N. P. 509.
  King and being privy to. Platt on Cov. 338.
  -----------------------------
  Laborer. 1 Lo. Rep. 268.
  Lamb - Mutton. 1 Moody, Cr. Cas. 242; and see Russ. & Ry. 497.
  Lampooner. 3 Lev. 248.
  Last past - August last past. 3 Cowen, 70.
  Last sickness. 20 John. 502.
  Last will. 7 T. R. 138.
  Law charges. 3 Mart. Lo. R. 282.
  Law of the land. 2 Yerg. 554; 6 Penna. St. Rep. 87, 91; 4 Dev. 1.
  Lawful. Lawful heir. 2 T. R. 720. 
  Lawful deed of conveyance. 2 Serg. & R. 499. 
  Lawful money. 1 Yeates, 349; 1 Dall. 126, 176. 
  Lawful, Shall be. 2 D. & R. 172; 4 B. & A. 271; 1 B. & C. 35, 8. 
  Lawful title. 1 Blackf. 380; 2 Greenl. R. 22; 10 John. R. 266. 
  Lawful deed. 2 S. & R. 498; Coxe, 106. 
  Lawful current money of Pennsylvania. 1 Dall. 124.
  Lawfully demanded. 2 M. & S. 525.
  Leaving children. 7 T. R. 332, and see 7 Ves. 453; 9 Ves. 204; 6 T. R. 307. 
    Vide Having Children. 
  Leasehold ground rents. Ward on Leg. 222; 1 Bro. 76.
  Legal representatives. 3 Ves. 486; 3 Bro. C. C. 224; 1 Yeates 213; 2 Yeates, 
    585; 2 Dall. 205; 6 Serg. & Rawle, 83; 1 Anstr. 128. 
  Lend. 1 Hill's Ch. 37.
  Lent.. Bac. Ab. Assumpsit F; 2 Wils. 141.
  Let. 5 Whart. R. 278.
  Level. 5 Ad. & El. 302; 4 Nev. & Man. 602.
  Life estate. 500 to the sole use of N, or of her children, forever. 1 Cox, 
    341; vide 12 Ves. 295; 1 Rose, 200; 13 Ves. 486; 13 Ves. 445; 2 Eden, 323; 
    Amb. 499; 4 Bro. C. C. 541; 1 Bay, 447. 
  Limit and appoint. 5 D. & E. 124.
  Limn. 3 Bro. C. C. 311.
  Literary composition. Eden, Inj. 324.
  Live and dead stock. Ward on Leg. 220; 3 Ves. 311.
  Livelihood. 3 Atk. 399.
  Living together. 1 Add. R. 476; 3 Add. R. 277; 2 Tyrw. 76; 2 Cr. & J. 66; 
    Rogers' Eccl. Law, tit. Marriages. 
  Loaded arm. 1 Carr. & Kirw. 530; S. C. 47 Eng. C. L. R. 530.
  Lost or not lost. 1 Marsh. Ins. 332; Park, Ins. 25; 5 Burr. 2803; Wesk. 345. 
  Loaf sugar. 1 Sumn. R. 159. 
  Lot No. 54. 1 Verm. R. 336; 18 John. R. 107; 5 N. R. Rep. 58.
  Lots. 4 Ohio, 5.
  Lying at the wharf. 2 McCord, 105.
  -----------------------------
  Made. 1 Cranch, 239. 
  Made his note to the plaintiff for $760. 1 Breese's R. 122.
  Magistrate. 13 Pick. 523.
  Make over and grant. 18 John. 60; 3 John. R. 484.
  Maintenance. 4 Conn. R. 558; 2 Conn. R. 155; 2 Sandf. Ch. R. 91. See 
    Support. 
  Mange. Oliph. on Horses, 46.
  Mankind. Fortescue. 91.
  Mare. 1 Leach, 72; 2 W. Bl. 721; 2 East, P. C. 1074.
  Manner or Seaman. 2 Curt. Eccl. R. 336.
  Mark. Trade mark. See 19 Pick. 214.
  Married. Dying unmarried; without being married, and having children. 1 Rop. 
    Leg. 412; 3 Ves. 450, 454; C, 7 Ves. 454. 
  Matter in controversy. 2 Yeates, 276; 1 Serg. & Rawle, 269; 5 Binn. 522; 3 
    Dall. 404; 2 Dall. 260, n. 
  Matter in dispute. 3 Cranch, 159.
  Matters in difference. 5 Mass. 334.
  May. 1 Saund. 58, n. 1; 5 Johns. Ch. R. 101; 5 Cowen, 195; 14 Serg. & Rawle, 
    429; 1 E. C. L. R. 46; 1 Pet. R. 46. 
  May assign. May suggest. Ib.; St 8 and 9 W. 3, c. 11, s. 8.
  Meadows. 5 Cowen's R. 216; Co. Litt. 4, b.
  Means. Platt. on Cov. 334-5.
  Medals. Ward. on Leg. 221; 3 Atk. 201.
  Merchandise. 8 Pet. 277.
  Merchantable. 3 Campb. R. 462.
  Merchantable quality. 20 Wend. R. 61.
  Merits. 3 Watts & Serg. 273.
  Mess. 2 Russ. C. & M. 360.
  Mess Pork of Scott & Co. 2 Bing. N. C. 668.
  Messuage and house. Cro. Eliz. 89; 2 Ch. Cas. 27; 2 T. R. 498; 1 Boss. & 
    Pull. 53. 
  Mill. 5 Serg. & Rawle, 107.
  Mill privilege. 4 Shepl. R. 63.
  Mill saw. 1 Fairf. R. 135.
  Mill site. 15 Pick. 57; 6 Cowen, R. 677; 11 John. R. 191.
  Minerals. 5 Watts, 34.
  Misapply. 12 Ad. & Ell. 140; 40 E. C. L. R. 140.
  Misnomer. 16 East, 110; 2 Stark. N. P. C. 29; Dunl. Pr. 238; 3 Camp. 29; 2 
    Caines' R. 362; 13 John. 486. 
  Mobilier. 3 Harr. Cond. R. 430.
  Molest. Mo. 402; S. C. Cro. Eliz. 421. 
  Money. 15 Ves. 319; 3 Meriv. 691; 1 John. Ch. R. 231. 
  Money only. 7 T. R. 539, 549.
  Money - Moneys. 14 John. R. 12.
  Money deposited in court. 2 Gall. R. 146.
  Money in the funds. 5 Price, R. 217.
  Moneys. 1 John. Ch. R. 231.
  More or less. 2 Pow. Mortg. 445, a, note; 2 Hen. & Munf. 164; 1 Ves. & B. 
    376; 2 Barn. & Adol. 106; S. C. 22 E. C. L. R. 36; 1 Yeates, 309; 6 Binn. 
    102; 4 Serg. & Rawle, 493; 1 Serg. Rawle, 166; 5 Serg. & Rawle, 260; 1 
    Munf. 336; 2 Saund. 305, b, n.; 4 Mason's R. 418; Sugd. Vend. 231-2; Ow. 
    133; 1 Campb. 337. 
  Mountain. 1 Str. 71; 1 Burr. 629.
  Movables. Ward. on Leg. 210; Off. Ex. 252; Sir W. Jo. 225.
  Mr. 3 C. & P. 59; S. C. 1 M. & M. 118.
  Mrs. 3 C. & P. 59; S. C. 1 M. & M. 118.
  Mutual credit. 8 Taunt. 499; 4 Burr. 2222; Cooke's Bankr. Laws, 536; 4 T. R. 
    211; 2 Smith's Lead. Cas. 178, and the cases there cited. 
  My fishing place. 1 Whart. R. 1.37.
  My half part. 11 East, R. 163.
  My inheritance. Hob. 2; 7 East, R. 97.
  My seven children, naming only six. 2 Coxe, R. 164.
  My property. 17 John. R. 281.
  My house, and all that shall be in it at my death. 1 Bro. C. C. 129, n.; 11 
    Ves. 662, 
  My right heirs on the part of my mother. 4 Ves. 766.
  -----------------------------
  Name and blood. 15 Ves. 92.
  Navicular disease. Oliph. on Horses, 47.
  Navigable river. 6 Cowen, 528; 21 Pick. R. 344.
  Necessary. 4 Wheat. 413, 418; 7 Cowen, 606 2 A. K. Marsh. R. 84.
  Necessary charges. 3 Greenl. 191.
  Necessary implication. 1 Ves. & B. 466.
  Necessary tools of a tradesman. 2 Whart. 26.
  Needful. 4 Esp. R. 66.
  Nerving. Oliph. on Law of Horses, 47; R. & M. 290.
  Neurotomy. Oliph. on Horses, 47; R. & M. 290.
  Never. 2 Atk. 32; Bayl. Bills, 4; Chit. Bills, 54; 3 Q. B. 239, 242. 
  New Manufacture. 4 Mann. & Gr. 580.
  Next. Stra. 394; Cro. Jac. 646, 677: Bac. Ab. Conditions, P. 3; 2 John. 190; 
    9 Cowen, 255. 
  Next of kin. 15 Ves. 109; 15 Ves. 536; 3 Bro. C. C. 355; Id. 64; 14 Ves. 
    372. 
  Next of kin, or heir at law. 4 Ves. 469.
  Next of kin, equal in degree. 12 Ves. 433.
  Non-arrival. 2 B. & C. 564.
  Non-resident. 4 L. R. 11.
  Northerly. 1 John. 156. See 3 Caines, 293.
  Northward. 3 Caines' R. 293; 1 John. R. 158.
  Not liable for any damage to or from her sheathing. 20 Pick. 389.
  Note or Notes. 7 Serg. & Rawle, 465.
  Notes current in the city of New York. 19 John. R. 14 6.
  Notice of action. 1 Holt's N. P. R. 27.
  Now. 3 Penna. R. 288, 9; 4 Mann. & Gr. 99, 100.
  -----------------------------
  Occupation. 7 W. & S. 330.
  Occupied. 1 Breese's R. 70.
  Of. 2 T. R. 431.
  Of and concerning. 4 M. & Selw. 169; 3 Caines' R. 329; 5 Johns. R. 211; 7 
    Johns. R. 264; Id. 359; 3 Binn. 517; 1 Binn. 337. 5 Binn. 218. 
  Offence. 9 Car. & P. 525; S. C. 38 E. C. L. R. 222.
  Office, or public trust. 2 Cowen, 29 n.; 20 Johns. 492; 1 Munf. 468. 
  Office of trust. 6 Blackf. 529.
  On. 2 T. R. 431.
  On arrival. 2 Campb. R. 532; Id. 327.
  On condition. 4 Watts & Serg. 302.
  On shore. 1 Bos. & Pull. 187.
  On a stream. 3 Sumn. R. 170.
  On the trial. 2 Whart. 159.
  On payment of costs. 6 Cowen, R. 582; 5 J. J. Marsh. 243.
  One day after date. 2 P. S. R. 496.
  One pair of boots. 3 Harring. 559.
  One whole year. 12 Mass. 262.
  Once a week. 4 Peters' R. 361; 2 Miles, R. 150, 151.
  One thousand dollars to the children of. 9 Verm. R. 41.
  Openly. 2 Inst. 57; Bac. Ab. Merchant, &c.
  Or, construed and. 2 Rop. Leg. 290; 1 P. Wms. 483; 2 Cox, 213; 2 P. Wms. 
    383; 2 Atk. 643; 6 Ves. 341; 2 Ves. Sen. 67; 2 Str. 1175; Cro. Eliz. 525; 
    Pollexf. 645; 1 Bing. 500; 3 T. R. 470; 1 Ves. Sen. 409; 3 Atk. 88, 85; 1 
    Supp. to Ves. Jr. 485; 2 Id. 9, 43, 114; 1 Yeates, 41, 319; 1 Serg. & 
    Rawle, 141; 1 Wend. 396; 6 Toull. n. 703 and 704. Vide Disjunctive. 
  Or any other person. 15 Wend. 147. 
  Or by any other person. 3 Marrh. 720. 
  Or elsewhere. 2 Gall. R. 477. 
  Or otherwise. 1 Chit. R. 205, 6; Hawk. c. 2 5, s. 4. 1
  Orchard. Cro. Eliz. 854.
  Ordained minister. 4 Conn. 134.
  Order, in chancery pleading. 7 Sim. R. 17.
  Original. 6 Wheat. 396; 5 Serg. & Rawle, 549. Vide Courts of the United 
    States. 
  Orphan. 3 Mer. 48; 2 Sim. & Stu. 93.
  Other. 1 Brock. R. 187.
  Other offices. 1 B. & C. 237. See 5 T. R. 375, 379; 5 B. & C. 640; 8 D. &, 
    R. 393. 
  Other writing. 1 Rawle, 231.
  Otherwise. 1 Gall. R. 39.
  Out of the State. 1 Johns. Cas. 76.
  Out of the country. 3 Bibb, 510.
  Out of their joint funds, according to the articles of association. 4 S. & 
    R. 356. 
  Outfits. 1 Story, R. 603.
  Out-house. 5 Day, 151; 4 Conn. 446.
  Over the sea. Kirby, 299.
  Overseers. 7 Mann. & Gr. 481,
  Own use. 4 Rawle, R. 68.
  Owned by them. 5 Cowen, 509.
  Owner. 6 Nev. & M. 340.
  Oxgang. Touchs. 93; Co. Litt. 5.
  Oyster spat. 12 Ad. & Ell. 13; S. C. 40 E. C. L. R. 15.
  -----------------------------
  Passage room. 2 Ld. Raym. 1470.
  Passing through the town. 6 Ohio, R. 142.
  Payable. 14 Ves. 470; 16 Ves. 172; 2 Supp to Ves. jr. 296; 13 Ves. 113; 3 
    Ves. 13; 2 C. 305. 
  Paying. Roll. Ab. 411; Bac. Ab. Conditions, A; Lane, 56, 78. 
  Paying thereout. Pick. 444.
  Paying yearly and every year. 3 Lom. Dig. 187.
  Pearls. Dig. 34, 2, 18.
  Peas. Bac. Ab. Merchant, &c. 1.
  Pencil, writing. 1 Eccl. R. 406, 7; 5 B. & C. 234; 7 Dowl. & R. 653; 1 
    Stark. R. 267; 1 Phillim. R. 52, 53; 2 Phillim. R. 173. 
  Per annum. Bac. Ab. Covenant, F
  Percussit. 2 Virg. Car. 111.
  Perishable articles. 7 Cowen, 202.
  Permitting and suffering. 6 Barn. & Cres. 295; Platt on Cov. 338.
  Perpetual. 2 Bro. & B. 27; S. C. 6 B. Moo. 159.
  Person liable. Eden's Bankr. Law, 146.
  Personal estate. 1 Ves. & Bea. 415; 4 Ves. 76; 1 M'Cord, 349; 1 Dall. 403; 2 
    Rawle, 162; 5 Mason, 544. 
  Personal ornaments. 1 Beav. R. 189.
  Personal representatives. 1 Anst. 128.
  Person of color. 3 Iredell, 455.
  Pigs - Cattle. Russ. & Ry. Cr. Cas. 76.
  Pilfering. 4 Blackf. 499.
  Piratical. 2 How. S. C. 210.
  Place. Office. 1 Munf. 468.
  Places. 5 T. R. 375,379; 5 B. & C. 640; 8 D. & R. 393. See 1 B. & B. C. 237. 
  Pladtum. Skin. 550, 554.
  Plant. 1 Mo. & Malk. 341; S. C. 22 E. C. L. R. 330.
  Plantation. 2 Humph. 315.
  Planting. 7 Conn., 186.
  Pleasure. At her pleasure. Boyle on Char. 307.
  Pleasure carriage. 9 Conn. 371; 11 Conn. 185; 18 John. 128; 19 John. 442. 
  Plow land. Co. Litt. 5; Plowd. 167; Touchs. 93.
  Plundered. 16 Pick. 1.
  Poll-evil. Oliph.

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