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Non est factum
Non est factum Non` est` fac"tum [Law L. it is not (his) deed.] (Law) The plea of the general issue in an action of debt on bond.
Nudum pactum
Nudum pactum Nu"dum pac"tum [L., a nude pact.] (Law) A bare, naked contract, without any consideration. --Tomlins.
Peristethus cataphractum
Lyrie Ly"rie (l[imac]"r[i^]), n. [Icel. hl[=y]ri a sort of fish.] (Zo["o]l.) A European fish (Peristethus cataphractum), having the body covered with bony plates, and having three spines projecting in front of the nose; -- called also noble, pluck, pogge, sea poacher, and armed bullhead.
Postfactum
Postfactum Post`fac"tum, n. [LL.] (Rom. & Eng. Law) Same as Postfact.

Meaning of Actum from wikipedia

- Pentamerida Family: Subrianidae Genus: Cymbidium Kirk, E., 1926 Type species Cymbidium actum Kirk, 1926 Species Cymbidium imitor Johnson, Boucot and Murphy...
- in plural and singular respectively of the Latin verb ago, agere, egi, actum "to drive on, set in motion", for example of cattle. The meaning is "(those...
- Centumfocencis) that was created by Pope Leo XIII by the apostolic brief "Actum praeclare" on February 20, 1903. Is part of the Historic Centre of Cienfuegos...
- potentia in actum, prius sit potentia quam actus tempore, simpliciter tamen actus prior est potentia, quia quod est in potentia, non reducitur in actum nisi...
- Speciale, ex. opt. authorumscriptis fideliter congestum et amplius triente actum. Johannes Jacob Wecker was buried in Vienna. Medicae Syntaxes, medicinam...
- 1988. He is the author of numerous legal textbooks. Die Regel "Locus Regit Actum" und die Formen der Testamente, 1955 La Nacionalidad Venezolana Originaria...
- the 5th century and c. 670 as Carnium (and as via Chreinariorum in 973, actum Kreine in 1050–65, in loco Chreina in 1065–77, and Chrainburch in 1291)...
- Rome.[citation needed] The name Via Francigena is first mentioned in the Actum Clusio, a parchment of 876 in the Abbey of San Salvatore at Monte Amiata...
- Byrd's Emendemus in melius (a5), O lux beata Trinitas (a6), Domine secundum actum meum (a6) and Siderum rector (a5) as well as a more generalised paradigm...
- (1963), for S.A.T.B. choir, eight wind, nine br**** & timpani Laudemus Tempus Actum (1964), for S.A.T.B. choir & orchestra Letters from Paris (1966), for S...
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