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Remanet

Rem´a`net   Pronunciation: ~n?t
n.1.(Legal Practice) A case for trial which can not be tried during the term; a postponed case.

REMANET, practice. The causes which are entered for trial, and which cannot be tried during tho term, are remanets. Lee's Dict. Trial, vii.; 1 Sell. Pr. 434; 1 Phil. Ev., 4.

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Remain
remain down
remain firm
Remainder
Remainder-man
remaining
remains
Remake
remaking
Remand
Remanding a cause
Remandment
Remanence
Remanent
Remanent magnetism
Remanent pro defectu emptorum
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Remark
Remarkable
remarkably
Remarker
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Remarriage
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Remast
Remasticate
Remastication
rematch
Remberge
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