arrestatio


arrestatio
/aerasteysh(iy)ow/
In old English law, an arrest (q.v.))

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • арестација — (лат arrestatio) 1. апсење, затворање 2. апсана, затвор …   Macedonian dictionary


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