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  • 21 forthwith — [fɔ:θ wɪθ, δ] adverb without delay. Origin ME (in the sense at the same time ): partly from earlier forthwithal, partly representing forth with used alone …

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  • 22 forthwith — ad. Immediately, directly, instantly, instanter, without delay …

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  • 23 forthwith — adv immediately, at once, without delay, Jocular. immediately if not sooner, right away, instantly, instanter; at once, this very minute or moment, this instant, right off the bat, pronto, now; directly, straightway, presently, Archaic. anon;… …

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  • 24 forthwith — [fɔːθˈwɪð] , [fɔːθˈwɪθ] adv formal immediately …

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  • 25 forthwith — forth•with [[t]ˌfɔrθˈwɪθ, ˈwɪð, ˌfoʊrθ [/t]] adv. immediately • Etymology: 1250–1300 …

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  • 26 forthwith — /fɔθˈwɪθ / (say fawth with), / ˈwɪð/ (say widh) adverb 1. immediately; at once; without delay. 2. as soon as can reasonably be expected …

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  • 27 forthwith — Immediately; without delay; directly; within a reasonable time under the circumstances of the case; promptly and with reasonable dispatch. U. S. ex rel. Carter v. Jennings, D.C.Pa., 333 F.Supp. 1392, 1397. Within such time as to permit that which …

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  • 28 forthwith — Immediately; without delay; directly; within a reasonable time under the circumstances of the case; promptly and with reasonable dispatch. U. S. ex rel. Carter v. Jennings, D.C.Pa., 333 F.Supp. 1392, 1397. Within such time as to permit that which …

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  • 29 forthwith — With all reasonable diligence and dispatch. Within a reasonable time. As a limitation of time in a covenant for repairs contained in a lease:–with all reasonable celerity, not immediately. 32 Am J1st L & T § 800. As a limitation of time for the… …

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  • 30 forthwith — adv. immediately; without delay. Etymology: earlier forthwithal (as FORTH, WITH, ALL) …

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  • 31 Tide jewels — In Japanese mythology, the tide jewels or kanju 干珠 [tide ] ebbing jewel and manju 満珠 [tide ] flowing jewel were magical gems that the Sea God used to control the tides. Classical Japanese history texts record an ancient myth that the ocean kami… …

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  • 32 PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE — CIVIL Court Sessions The courts of three (judges) exercising jurisdiction in civil matters (see bet din ) held their sessions during the day, but – following Jethro s advice to Moses that judges should be available at all times (Ex. 18:22) – they …

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  • 33 Citizen's arrest — A citizen s arrest is an arrest made by a person who is not acting as a sworn law enforcement official.[1] In common law jurisdictions, the practice dates back to medieval Britain and the English common law, in which sheriffs encouraged ordinary… …

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  • 34 International law and the Arab–Israeli conflict — Arguments about the applicability of various elements of international law underlie the debate around the Arab Israeli conflict. This article discusses the basis for these conflicts. The basis for legal arguments International law is different… …

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  • 35 Manuel Tinio — Youngest General of the Philippine Revolution Army Former Governor of Nueva Ecija Governor of Nueva Ecija, Philippines I …

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  • 36 Gu (poison) — Gu (simplified Chinese: 蛊; traditional Chinese: 蠱; pinyin: gǔ; Wade–Giles: ku) or jincan (simplified Chinese: 金蚕; traditional Chinese: 金蠶; pinyin: jīncán; Wade–Giles: chin ts an; lit. gold silkworm ) was a venom based poison associated with… …

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  • 37 St. John the Baptist —     St. John the Baptist     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. John the Baptist     The principal sources of information concerning the life and ministry of St. John the Baptist are the canonical Gospels. Of these St. Luke is the most complete,… …

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  • 38 Criminal Law Act 1826 — The Criminal Law Act 1826[1] Parliament of the United Kingdom Long title An Act for improving the Administration of Criminal Justice in England …

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  • 39 immediately — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. at once, without delay, instantly, directly, right away, instanter, at the first opportunity, forthwith, straightaway, in a trice, in that instant, at short notice, now, this instant, speedily, quickly, promptly, on the …

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  • 40 HUSBAND AND WIFE — The act of marriage creates certain rights and duties between husband and wife. In performing them, both parties have to conduct themselves according to the following rules, comprising the fundamental principles for the relationship between… …

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