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In Spanish law. A term corresponding to the res communes of the Roman law, and descriptive of such things as are open to the equal and common enjoyment of all persons and not to be reduced to private ownership, such as the air, the sea, and the water of running streams. Ilall, Mex. Law, 147; Lux v. Haggin, 69 Cal. 255, 10 Pac. 707.

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