amplius


amplius
/aempliyas/
In the Roman law, more; further; more time. A word which the praetor pronounced in cases where there was any obscurity in a cause, and the judices were uncertain whether to condemn or acquit; by which the case was deferred to a day named

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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