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Lat Often; frequently. When an original and alias writ have been issued and proved ineffectual, a third writ, called a “pluries writ,” may frequently be issued. It is to the same effect as tbe two former, except that it contains the words, “as we have often commanded you,” (“sicut pluries prcecepimus,”) after the usual commencement, “We command you.” 3 Bl. Comm. 283; Archb. Pr. 585.

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