As an abbreviation, this letter stands for “section,” “statute,” and various other words of which it is the initial.
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An abbreviation for “senate bill.”
An abbreviation for “same case.” Inserted between two citations, it indicates that the same case is reported in both places. It is also an abbreviation for “supreme court,” and for “select cases;” also for “South Carolina.”
A US corporate structure where the income of the firm is passed to the stockholderss in a proportion to their investment and taxed at rates of personal income tax.
A curve showing growth of a variable in terms of a different variable that is expressed as time units.
An abbreviation for “southern district”
An abbreviation in the civil law for “sine fraude sua,” (without fraud on his part.) Calvin.
An abbreviation for “session [or statute] laws.”
An abbreviation of “sine prole,” without issue. Also an abbreviation of “same principle,” or “same point” indicating, when inserted between two citations, that the second involves the same doctrine as the first.
An abbreviation for “sub voce,” under the word; used in references to dic- tionaries, and other works arranged alphabetically.
Warth-money; or guard-money paid in lieu of the service of castle-ward. Cowell.
In Hindu law. Landkeep- er. An officer who under the Mohammedangovernment was charged with the financial superintendence of the lauds of adistrict, the protection of the cultivators, and the T realization of the government’sshare of Its ‘ produce, either in money or kind. Wharton.
Lat. In the law of divorce. Cruelty; anything which tends to bodily harm, and in that manner renders cohabitation unsafe. 1 Hagg. Const. 408.
The index that is used by the residential housing market in the US. It tracks any changes in real estate values nation wide. Indexes are tabulated monthly and released on the last Tuesday at (am.
Uncompensated, unpaid for, unavenged. From the participle of exclusion, a,
point of law. Wharton; Ilaggart v. Morgan, 5 X. Y. 422. 55 Am. Dec. 350; Evans v. Southern Turnpike Co., 18 Ind. 101. The plea of HOW est factum is a denial of the execution of the instrument sued upon, and applies to notes or other instruments, as well as deeds, and applies only when the execution of the instrument is alleged to be the act of the party tiling the plea, or adopted by him. Code Ga. 1SS2.
The international work place quality standard that is based on social accountability.
One of the names of the first day of the week; more properly called “Sunday,” (q. v.) See State v. Drake, 04 N. C. 591; Gunn v. State, 89 Ga. 341, 15 S. E. 458.
The imperial measurement of sound absorption. One sabin is equal to the power of absorption of one foot squared of a perfect sound absorption material placed in an open window.
A school or sect of Roman jurists, under the early empire, founded by Ateius Capito, who was succeeded by M. Sabinus, from whom the name.