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Whelps

WHELPS. The young of certain animals of a base nature, or ferae naturae.
     2. It is a rule that when no larceny can be committed of any creatures of a base nature, which are ferae naturae, though tame and reclaimed, it cannot be committed of the young of such creatures in the nest, kennel, or den. 3 Inst. 109; 1 Russ. on Cr. 153.
     3. The owner of the land is, however, considered to have a qualified property in such animals, ratione impotentia. 2 Bl. Com. 394.

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Wheen
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wheeziness
wheezing
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When
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when first seen
When It's Done
When many join in one act
When no time is limited
When the common law and statute law concur
When the foundation fails
When the law gives anything
When the law presumes the affirmative
when the time comes
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