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Distress infinite

DISTRESS INFINITE, English practice. A process commanding the sheriff to distrain a person from time to time, and continually afterwards, by taking his goods by way of pledge, to enforce the performance of something due from the party distrained upon. In this case, no distress can be immoderate, because, whatever its value may be, it cannot be sold, but is to be immediately restored on satisfaction being made. 3 Bl. Com. 231. See Distringas.

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Distracting
Distraction
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Distrain
Distrainable
Distrainer
Distrainor
Distraint
Distrait
Distraught
Distraughted
Distream
Distress
distress call
-- Distress infinite --
distress signal
distressed
Distressedness
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distressfully
distressfulness
distressing
distressingly
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Distribute
distributed
Distributed Component Object Model
Distributed Computing Environment
Distributed Data Management
distributed data processing
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