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Verbal note

VERBAL NOTE. In diplomatic language, memorandum or note not signed, sent when an affair has continued a long time without any reply, in order to avoid the appearance of an urgency, which, perhaps, the affair does not require; and, on the other hand, not to afford any ground for supposing that it is forgotten, or that there is no intention of not prosecuting it any further, is called a verbal note.

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Verba aliquid operari debent
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Verba ganeralia restringuntur ad habilitatem rei vel personae
Verba generalia generaliter sunt intelligenda
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Verba ita sunt intelligenda
Verba nihil operandi melius est quam absurde
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