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In equity pleading. The fault of improperly joining in one hill distinct and independent matters, and thereby confounding them ; as. for example. the uniting in one bill of several matters perfectly distinct and unconnected against one defendant, or the demand of several matters of a distinct and independent nature against several defendants, in tlie same bill. Story, Eq. PI.

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