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Google previewMediaeval and Renaissance Logic (2008)

by Dov M. Gabbay, John Woods

For Buridan, ampliation is an extension of the range of supposition of a term from actual to past, or future, or merely possible significata of the term, demanded by its propositional context. For example, whereas in the sentence 'A man is wise ...

Google previewEssential 25000 English-Macedonian Law Dictionary (2018)

by Nam H Nguyen

ampliation , civil law. a deferring of judgment until the cause is further examined. in this case, the judges pronounced the word amplius, or by writing the letters n.l. for non liquet, signifying that the cause was not clear. in practice, it is usual ...

Google previewEssential 25000 English-Finnish Law Dictionary (2018)

by Nam H Nguyen

ampliation , Siviilioikeus. lykätään tuomion, kunnes syyon edelleen tutkitaan. tässä tapauksessa, tuomarit lausutaan sana ampliustai kirjoittamalla kirjeitä nlei liquet, merkitsee, että syyei ollut selvä. Käytännössä se on tavallista ...

Google previewBeeton's Dictionary of Commerce. A book of reference, etc. [Edited by R. M. Smith.] (1873)

by Ronald M. SMITH

AMPLIATION signifies the duplicate which is taken or given of a receipt, an acquittance, or an account, or the like. Thus it may be said, to sign a copy by ampliation, which is to sign a duplicate therefore. AMSTERDAM, the metropolis of the ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary (1856)

Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union : with References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier, John Graves

AMPLIATION, civil law. A deferring of judgment until the cause is further examined. In this case, the judges pronounced the word amplius, or by writing the letters N. L. for non liquef, signifying that the cause was not clear. In practice, it is usual ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

See ampliation, ampliaticc. ampliation (am-pli-a'shgn), n. [< L. ampliatio(n-), < ampliarc: see amplialc, c.] 1. Enlargement; amplification. [Rare] Odious matters admit not oi an ampllaiion, but ought to be restrained and interpreted in the wildest ...

Google previewDictionary of Terms and Phrases Used in American Or English Jurisprudence (1879)

by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott

AMPLIATION.

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