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Centumviri

CENTUMVIRI, civil law. the citizens of Rome were distributed into thirty- five tribes, and three persons out of each tribe were elected judges, who were called centumviri, although they were one hundred and five in number. They were distributed into four different tribunals, but in certain causes called centumvirales causas, the judgments of the four tribunals were necessary. Vicat,.ad verb.; 3 Bl. Com. 315.

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Centropus sinensis
Centrosema
Centrosema virginianum
Centrosome
centrosomic
Centrospermae
Centrosphere
Centrostaltic
centrosymmetric
Centrum
Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica
Centry
centum call second
Centumvir
Centumviral
Centumvirate
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Centunculus
Centuple
Centuplicate
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Centuriator
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Century
century meltdown
century plant
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