In the civil law. Juridical days; days allowed to the praetor for deciding causes; days on which the pr.-etor might speak the three characteristic words of his office, viz., do, dico, addico. Calvin. Otherwise called “dies fasti.” 3 Rl. Comm. 424, and note

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