Gilbert v. U. S.. 1 Ct. CI. 34; State v. Kendall, 15 Neb. 202, 18 N. W. S5; Wilson v. Coon (C. C.) 0 Fed. 014. In military law. Tbe clear and particular description of tbe charges preferred against a person accused of a military offense. Tytler, Mil. Law, 109; Carter v. Mc- Claughry, 183 U. S. 305, 22 Sup. Ct. 181, 40 L. Ed. 230. In the law of personal property. The acquisition of title to a thing by working it into new forms or species from tbe raw material; corresponding to the spccificalio of the Roniau law. See Lampton v. Preston, 1 J. J. Marsh. (Ky.) 402, 19 Am. Dec. 104. In practice. A detailed aud particular enumeration of several points or matters urged or relied on by a party to a suit or proceeding; as, a “specification of errors,” or a “specification of grounds of oppositiou to a bankrupt’s discharge.” See Railway Co. v. McArthur, 90 Tex. 05. 70 S. W. 317; In re Glass (D. C.) 119 Fed. 514.