Ad tunc et ibidem

AD TUNC ET IBIDEM. That part of an indictment, where it is stated that the object-matter of the crime or offence" then and there being found," is technically so called. N. C. Term R. 93; Bac. Ab. Indictment, G 4.

Ad captandum
Ad damnum
Ad diem
ad hoc
Ad hominem
Ad infinitum
Ad inquirendum
Ad interim
Ad largum
ad lib
Ad libitum
ad nauseam
Ad proximum antecedens fiat relatio
Ad quem
Ad sectam
Ad terminum qui preteriit
-- Ad tunc et ibidem --
ad val
Ad valorem
Ad valorem duty
ad valorem tax
Ad vitam aut culpam
ad-hoc polymorphism
Ada 83
Ada 95
Ada 9X
Ada Core Technologies
Ada Lovelace
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