recognitors


recognitors
n. one who acknowledges; one who identifies

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • recognitors — /rakognatsrz/ In English law, the name by which the jurors impaneled on an assize are known. See recognition. The word is sometimes used as meaning the person who enters into a recognizance, being thus another form of recognizer …   Black's law dictionary

  • recognitors — Jurors impaneled on an assize of nuisance. Barnet v Ihrie (Pa) 17 Sarg & R 174 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • assize — assize, or assise (obsolete) /asayz/ An ancient species of court, consisting of a certain number of men, usually twelve, who were summoned together to try a disputed cause, performing the functions of a jury, except that they gave a verdict from… …   Black's law dictionary

  • assise — assize, or assise (obsolete) /asayz/ An ancient species of court, consisting of a certain number of men, usually twelve, who were summoned together to try a disputed cause, performing the functions of a jury, except that they gave a verdict from… …   Black's law dictionary

  • assize, or assise — (obsolete) /asayz/ An ancient species of court, consisting of a certain number of men, usually twelve, who were summoned together to try a disputed cause, performing the functions of a jury, except that they gave a verdict from their own… …   Black's law dictionary


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