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Receditur a placitis juris

Receditur a placitis juris, potius quam injuriae et delicta maneant impunita. Positive rules of law will be receded from, rather than crimes and wrongs should remain unpunished. Bacon's Max. Reg. 12. This applies only to such maxims as are called placita juris; these will be dispensed with rather than crimes should go unpunished, quia salus populi suprema lex, because the public safety is the supreme law.

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Recarbonize
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recce
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recco
reccy
Recede
receding
-- Receditur a placitis juris --
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Receiver of stolen goods
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