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Scire a.k.a. Gerald Gardner: Gerald Brosseau Gardner, also known by the craft name Scire, was an English Wiccan, as well as an author and an amateur anthropologist and archaeologist. He was instrumental in bringing the Contemporary Pagan religion of Wicca to public attention, writing some of its definitive religious texts and founding the tradition of Gardnerian Wicca.

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Google previewThe Unity of Western Civilization (1915)

Essays by Francis Sydney Marvin

Idem scire is a good thing ; but men of all nations may know the same thing, and yet remain strangers one to another. Idem velle idem nolle in re publica, ea demum firma amicitia est. The nations will at last attain firm friendship one with ...

Google previewThe Unity of Civilization

by Various

Idem scire is a good thing; but men of all nations may know the same thing, and yet remain strangers one to another. Idem velle idem nolle in re publica, ea demum firma amicitia est. The nations will at last attain firm friendship one with another ...

Google previewThe Texas Reports (1881)

Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court by Texas. Supreme Court

In both instances and for both purposes the writ is called scire facias; in both, its object is simply to make - parties to the suit already instituted. No new proceeding is (109) Boon E v. Roberts. 156–157.

Google previewThe American Practitioner (1890)

Scire bene est per caiisaa scire is an old maxim and a wise one, and wherever ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Words and Phrases Used in Ancient and Modern Law (2000)

by Arthur English

Scire facias. Science. Systematic knowledge. As to what would come within the word depends on judicial decision and the circumstances of the case. Sciendum.

Google previewThe Law Dictionary (1810)

Defining and Interpreting the Terms of Words of Art, and Explaining the Rise, Progress and Present State of the English Law by Thomas-Edlyne Tomlins

SCIRE FACIAS. SCI scire facias against the conusor ; but this tending to delay, the scire facias is taken away in statutes and recognizances by statute law, by the several acts of parliament which introduced them ; and therefore upon the death ...

Google previewThe Cyclopedic Dictionary of Law

by W.A. Shumaker

SCIRE FECI SCOTALE against the plaintiff. in order to enable him, within a year and a day next ensuing the time of payment...

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Scrabble value of S1C3I1R1E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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