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Acquietandis plegiis

ACQUIETANDIS PLEGIIS, obsolete. A writ of justices, lying, for the surety against a creditor, who refuses to acquit him after the debt has been satisfied. Reg. of Writs, 158; Cowell; Blount.

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acquainted with
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Acquiet
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acquired
acquired hemochromatosis
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
acquired immunity
acquired reflex
acquired taste
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acquisition agreement
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