Definition of Arret. Meaning of Arret. Synonyms of Arret

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Definition of Arret

Arret
Arret Ar*r[^e]t, n. [F. See Arrest, n.] (F. Law) (a) A judgment, decision, or decree of a court or high tribunal; also, a decree of a sovereign. (b) An arrest; a legal seizure.
Arret
Arret Ar*ret", v. t. Same as Aret. [Obs.] --Spenser.

Meaning of Arret from wikipedia

- either arrêt or stop; however, it is not uncommon to see older signs containing both words in smaller lettering, with arrêt on top. Both stop and arrêt are...
- Maison d'arrêt are a category of prisons in France, in Belgium and other French-speaking countries, which hold prisoners awaiting trial or sentencing...
- Arrêt sur images ("Freeze-frame", also abbreviated as the acronym ASI) was initially a w****ly French television program, created and presented by journalist...
- Death Sentence (French: L'Arrêt de mort) is a philosophical novel by Maurice Blanchot. First published in 1948, it is his second complete work of fiction...
- another French rapper from Sevran, Seine-Saint-Denis, including the song "Arrêt du Cœur" on his album R.A.S. Kalash Criminel was born in Zaïre, now known...
- Cabrières, or attacking an abbey. The Parlement of Provence issued the "Arrêt de Mérindol" on 18 November 1541. This was confirmed in 1545 by Francis...
- either Arrêt or Stop; however, it is not uncommon to see older signs containing both words in smaller lettering, with arrêt on top. Both stop and arrêt are...
- Saint-Jacques-des-Arrêts is a former commune in the Rhône department in eastern France. On 1 January 2019, it was merged into the new commune Deux-Grosnes...
- without nullity. The Arrêt Lemaistre confirmed that Parliament is the guardian of fundamental laws, which is verified even later. The arrêt does not mention...
- of a letter from a French merchant, commenting on an arbitrary decree or arrêt issued by the French king restricting the import of British wool. What may...
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