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Cognitionibus admittendis

COGNITIONIBUS ADMITTENDIS, English law, practice. A writ to a justice,or other person, who has power to take a fine, and having taken the acknowledgment of a fine, delays to certify it in the court of common pleas, requiring him to do it. Crabbe's Tech. Dict.

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