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Omnium

Om´ni`um
n.1.(Eng. Stock Exchange) The aggregate value of the different stocks in which a loan to government is now usually funded.

OMNIUM, mercant. law. A term used to express the aggregate value of the different stocks in which a loan is usually funded. 2 Esp. Rep. 361; 7 T. R. 630.

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omnirange
Omnis actio est loquela
Omnis consensus tollit errorem
Omnis exceptio est ipsa quoque regula
Omnis innovatio plus novitate perturbat quam utilitate prodest
Omnis interpretatio si fieri potest ita fienda est in instrumentis
Omnis interpretatio vel declarat
Omnis privatio praesupponit habitum
Omnis ratihabitio retro trahitur et mandato aequiparatur
Omnis regula suas patitur exceptiones
Omniscience
Omnisciency
Omniscient
Omniscious
Omnispective
OMNITAB
-- Omnium --
Omnium-gatherum
Omnivagant
Omnivora
omnivore
Omnivorous
Omo-
Omohyoid
Omomyid
Omomyid group
omophagia
Omophagic
Omoplate
Omostegite
Omosternal
Omosternum
Omotic
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